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Australia Road & 4WD Handy - 185 x 248mm

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Featuring trusted Hema mapping for all of Australia, the Hema Road & 4WD Handy Atlas is the definitive travel guide for tourers and adventurers. Hema atlases feature more information useful to travellers, including 4WD tracks, campsites, caravan parks, rest areas, 24-hour fuel and points of interest.

This edition in a handy size contains more mapping than ever before, 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.

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.

Key Features

  • Detailed 4WD tracks
  • Fuel
  • Points of interest
  • National parks
  • Campsites
  • Caravan parks
  • Rest areas
  • Road distances
  • Fully indexed


Key Specifications

Edition: 13th

Publication Date: 31/01/22

Number of Pages: 224

Height: 248mm

Width: 185mm

Depth: 15mm

Weight: 1.34kg


Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Lyn Harvey
Perfect Size

Just the right size to keep handy in car.

Barb Buckley
Great book

Purchased as an update (2003 version). Lots of great updates and more details on the maps. Love this size - handy & functional


Great size map book for travelling and love that it is ring bound.

Greg Grant
Handy Map update review

A 4th edition of the Australia Handy Atlas has been in the glovebox of my 4WD for a long time. Apart from being dog-eared and well used, it got to the point on a western Qld trip that it shows dirt roads that are now bitumen, omits newly created roads etc. The update to the 13th edition (2001 to 2021), I am sure, will prove to be as useful and indispensable as its very old forbear. (… and, yes, I use a GPS too - but for an overview, nothing beats a map!)


Looks a good update for our old edition that has served us well for many years. It has significantly more maps than our previous edition.

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