A Product Overview of the South East Queensland Explorer Map (2nd Edition) from Hema Maps
The South East Queensland Explorer Map (2nd Edition) from Hema Maps, is part of Hema’s comprehensive Explorer Map range. Hema’s Explorer Maps have undergone a transformation, with a fresh new look that distinguishes the product line (of favourite destinations for Aussie adventures) and facilitates ease of map use for planning and navigation.
This regional map of South East Queensland includes a 1:500,000 map that stretches from the New South Wales to Queensland border, with maps of the Brisbane region at 1:300,000 including Brisbane City and the Gold Coast. The map features coverage from Bundaberg to Byron Bay, making this map the ideal resource for discovering Queensland’s south east region by any vehicle type.
The latest map edition also includes an updated index of information regarding the facilities and Points Of Interest (POI’s) that are located throughout the region. These include caravan parks, camping areas, fuel stops, national parks, information centres, tourist information and other useful facilities marked on the maps, all which have been field checked by the Hema Map Patrol team. Also included are rail and ferry network maps as well as a Brisbane region suburb and location index.
Key Product Features:
- Detailed inset city maps (Brisbane City and Gold Coast)
- Information centres, Tourist information and contact information
- Distance grids
- Fully indexed suburb locations
- Rail and ferry network maps
- Camping and rest areas
- Caravan Parks
- Fuel Locations
- Edition: 2nd
- Publication Date: Feb 2020
- Scale: 1:500,000 & 1:300,000
- Material: Waterproof paper
- Folded Size (WxHxD): 140mm X 250mm
- Flat Size- Opened (WxH): 700mm X 1000mm
- Weight: 0.09kgs
The South East Queensland Explorer Map (2nd Edition) is currently available online at the Hema Maps store for AUD $14.95 and can be purchased by clicking HERE or via the following link:
For more Australian Regional Maps from Hema Maps, you can click HERE or visit the following link:
For all Australian Maps from Hema Maps, you can click HERE or visit the following link: