|Length||3,501 km (2,175 mi)|
|Route number(s)||National Route 1|
|East end||Cairns, Queensland|
|West end||Broome, Western Australia|
|Major settlements||Katherine, Borroloola, Burketown, Normanton, Croydon, Georgetown|
The Savannah Way is a route of highways and major roads across the tropical savannahs of northern Australia, linking Cairns in Queensland with Broome in Western Australia. Promoted as a self-drive tourist route, it joins Cairns, Normanton, Borroloola, Katherine, Kununurra, Fitzroy Crossing, Derby and Broome. It has been designated by the Queensland Government as a State Strategic Touring Route.
Alternate routes are signposted along the way allowing travellers different options from the main Savannah Way. From Cairns they include travel via Chillagoe and the Burke Developmental Road to Karumba; via Einasleigh and Forsayth to Georgetown; via Gregory Downs to Lawn Hill National Park and Bowthorn station; via Daly Waters and Top Springs to Timber Creek; or via the Gibb River Road to Derby.
- Highways in Australia
- List of highways in Queensland
- List of highways in the Northern Territory
- List of highways in Western Australia
- Hema, Maps (2007). Australia Road and 4WD Atlas (Map). Eight Mile Plains Queensland: Hema Maps. pp. 11–12. ISBN 978-1-86500-456-3.
- "Driving Experiences (State Strategic Touring Routes and Tourist Drives)" (PDF). Department of Transport and Main Roads. Queensland Government. February 2016. Archived (PDF) from the original on 1 May 2017. Retrieved 27 May 2017. Licensed as CC-BY.
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