A Product Overview of the Australia Road & 4WD Atlas (Spiral Bound) from Hema Maps
(Image: The Australia Road & 4WD Atlas (Spiral Bound) Edition 12 from Hema Maps.)
Like a trusted old friend, Hema’s Australia Road & 4WD Atlas in its most popular format (Spiral Bound 252 x 345mm) remains an essential companion for any regional journey.
Now in it’s 12th Edition, Hema’s Australia Road & 4WD Atlas is the most accurate and comprehensive Australian atlas available.
Field checked by Hema’s ‘Map Patrol’, Hema’s trusted mapping features more information useful to travellers, including 4WD tracks, campsites, caravan parks, rest areas, 24-hour fuel and points of interest.
(Image: Close up of the mapping detail of the Australia Road & 4WD Atlas (Spiral Bound) Edition 12 from Hema Maps.)
This edition contains more mapping than ever before (188 atlas pages), which is enhanced by a striking new cartographic style that’s incredibly easy to read. Included in this is up-to-date mapping for Australia's biggest 4WD destinations: Cape York, Fraser Island, the Top End, the Kimberley, the Pilbara, Central Australia, High Country Victoria and the Flinders Ranges. Additional maps also provide more detailed coverage for the country’s busy coastal strips.
(Image: A preview of some of the maps within the Australia Road & 4WD Atlas (Spiral Bound) from Hema Maps.)
A handy distance grid, national park guide, list of accredited information centres and a complete index are also included to assist with trip planning and navigation, making it the perfect tool for guiding tourers, campers, road trippers and off-roaders throughout Australia.
- Detailed 4WD tracks
- Points of interest
- National parks
- Caravan parks
- Rest areas
- Road distances
- Fully indexed
Publication Date: 1/12/17
Number of Pages: 224
Size (W x H x D): 222mm X 345mm X 15mm
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