3. The Savannah Way
The Savannah Way, which stretches for 3,700 kilometres between Cairns on Australia’s east coast and Broome on the west coast, is certainly one of the must-do road trips in Australia. Incorporating numerous different biomes, in addition to 15 different national parks and numerous quaint outback towns, the Savannah Way is a must if you really want to get in touch with the “real” Australia. If you’re feeling adventurous you may also like to do a little off-road exploring in Kakadu National Park and the Kimberley Mountains.