Australia's Savannah Way: Cairns to Broome
The Savannah Way is one of Australia's most beautiful, famous and well-travelled routes. It runs for 3500 kilometres from Cairns in Queensland to Broome in Western Australia. Travellers, anglers, bird watchers and lovers of the great outdoors travel this route to enjoy some of the most breathtaking sights in Australia, The Savannah Way encompasses a myriad of different vistas as it gives access to four World Heritage Regions, over 15 national parks and reserves, and the entire remote Australian tropical wilderness. It traverses Australia's tropical savannah, a landscape of grassy plains and monsoon woodlands, ranges and escarpment, broken by immense rivers and wetlands, the realm of crocodiles and the mighty barramundi.
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chaptertwo THE GULF COUNTRY
chapters THE CAPE YORK PENINSULA
chapterfour THE NORTHERN TERRITORY
chapter five THE KIMBLERLEY
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