From Georgetown, it is 147 kilometres to Croydon, a town with a big history. A highlight of this part of the Sava ah Way is the incredible birdlife, so keep an eye out for flocks of budgies and finches as well as eagles, brown falcons, nankeen kestrels and kites.
Just west of Georgetown, you'll pass the Cumberland Chimney, a large square brick chimney erected in 1889 to carry smoke from large boilers driving batteries of stampers crushing gold-bearing rock.
In Croydon, make sure you visit the Croydon Heritage Precinct, complete with original kerosene street lamps from the gold rush days. Stock up on supplies at the Croydon General Store, Australia's oldest store built in 1894 - it's like stepping back in time! Your final stop for the day is Normanton, established as a port for the Croydon Gold Rush. Take a 'selfie' with Krys, a life-size statue of the largest saltwater crocodile ever caught. Tonight, why not enjoy a counter meal in the eye-catching Purple Pub.