Resources Savannah Way Limited is a non-profit company formed to market quality visitor experiences along the drive route for the economic and social well-being of communities in the region. This website can help you plan your journey on the Savannah Way with maps, safety information and much more.

Eremaea eBird is a great place to keep your personal bird records and at the same time contribute to global conservation and research.

For those interested in Australia’s tropical savannas—the landscapes of open trees and grasses that dominate the top third of the continent, this site covers the research, information and tools produced by the Tropical Savannas CRC which operated from 1995 – 2009 . Read about our achievements, browse our publications and use our web-based tools.

The International Centre for Responsible Tourism – Australia specialises in projects that deliver wider benefits from tourism for communities and the environment.

This Responsible Tourism in Cape Town: How-to Guide shares information on how the tourism industry can participate in helping to make Cape Town and its tourism facilities, services and products more responsible. It is also important to ensure that our tourism sector keeps pace with international trends in responsible business practice and gains market advantage in doing so.

Non-profit organization operates an eco-certification program to identify genuine ecotourism and nature tourism operators in Australia.
From our oceans and coasts, landscapes and inland waters, to our atmosphere and climate, CSIRO research is helping to maintain the integrity of our environments and ensure our natural resources are used sustainably.

We are a proud generator of environmentally responsible energy. Through our portfolio of hydro-electric generators, we generate more than 150 MW of clean energy.

The Department of National Parks, Sport and Racing is committed to a vision of flourishing parks and forests, physically active Queenslanders and public confidence in the racing industry.
The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection is committed to a vision of a healthy and resilient environment for a sustainable and prosperous Queensland.


Karumba – Yesterday – Today – Tomorrow


In the 1870s a telegraph station was built on the site of the present town of Karumba – this was during the gold mining boom in the Gulf.  The overland telegraph line ran to the Gilbert River, Mt Surprise and on to the more populated centres on the East Coast.  Initially the settlement was known simply as Norman Mouth being at the entrance of the Norman River into the Gulf waters.

The Karumba Progress Association is a not for profit incorporated body representing the residents of the Karumba area.  This includes community, business, services and the organisation strives to work closely with the Carpentaria Shire Council, Gulf Savannah Development Organisation and other key bodies in the local and regional area.

GSD is the facilitating organisation for the Gulf Savannah Region to drive economic development projects and initiatives for the benefit of its stakeholders. It is a central representative body to engage with external entities to drive the growth of the Gulf Savannah Region. GSD brings together people, ideas and resources to drive economic development and growth in the Gulf Savannah Region. Its current focus is on developing a strategic plan for the region, supporting and growing tourism and providing specific services to Gulf Savannah residents and businesses.

SunWiz is Australia’s Leading Solar Consultancy. SunWiz (and founder Warwick Johnston) have been actively involved in the solar energy industry since 2005.

A community based company of skilled local people cooperating to make the Northern Gulf regions’ environment, society, culture and economy healthy.

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