Cairns to Karumba Stretching from Cairns to Broome, the Savannah Way is Australia’s longest and arguably most fascinating driving route

Cairns to Karumba Stretching from Cairns to Broome, the Savannah Way is Australia’s longest and arguably most fascinating driving route, covering 3700km of bitumen. As this journey is long, most travellers tackle it in small bursts. We’ve written a guide to each section of this epic road trip, starting with Cairns to Karumba. This section of the Savannah Way includes many attractions, […]

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Karumba is a haven for many species of wildlife, including a vast array of bird species such as kangaroos, Pelicans, Brolgas and Black swans

Karumba Karumba is a coastal town in the Gulf of Carpentaria, at the mouth of the Norman River. This small town is at the centre of the Gulf’s prawning industry. The surrounds of Karumba feature a series of meandering saltwater tidal estuaries. These wetlands extend inland for approximately 30 kilometres creating a haven for many species of wildlife, including saltwater crocodiles […]

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