The Gulf Savannah region extends from the Great Dividing Range in the east, to the Northern Territory in the west, encompassing an area of some 186,000 square kilometres. It was once known as the ‘Outback By The Sea’, with its miles of untouched beaches, lush bushland, remote cattle stations, historic mining towns and breathtaking National Parks.
Each town has its own unique outback style, coupled with a friendliness second to none. The unique “Gulflander” and the extraordinary “Savannahlander” trains, teeming wildlife on the wetlands and Savannah grasslands, Aboriginal settlements, the pristine beauty of Lawn Hill Gorge and the fascinating Undara Lava Tubes is a “must do” for seekers of soft adventure.
These days tourism is playing an ever increasing economic role, with many pastoralists opening their cattle properties to tourists. So … come to the Gulf Savannah to capture the emotion and romance, tragedies and triumphs of Australia’s amazing outback.
A holiday to the Gulf region, offers adventure, beauty and a lesson in history giving the visitor a multitude of experience.
Let us take you through one of the last frontiers of Australia. Travel with us along the most remote part of the Savannah Way, which runs between the towns of Cairns and Darwin. Fly by helicopter over the unique and beautiful Lost City
Swim and explore Litchfield National Park, with its picturesque waterfalls. Be amazed by the scenic beauty, Aboriginal history and rock art, cultural centres and amazing wildlife of Kakadu National Park.
Visit Lawn Hill National Park, now known as Boodjamulla, meaning “Rainbow Serpent”. See the spectacular Lawn Hill Gorge, where Lawn Hill Creek has cuts its way through the sandstone of the Constance Range.
Call on other fantastic places including: Bitter Springs, Edith Falls, Roper Bar, Karumba, Normanton, Georgetown and Herberton, where one man made a museum that is just like a small town with buildings and all their contents.