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Great Desert Tracks Central Sheet

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SKU 9781922668080


Hema's Great Desert Tracks maps are essential for anyone travelling in the Australian outback. The mapping features roads and 4WD tracks field-checked by the Hema Map Patrol, Points of Interest for remote area travellers and touring information for learning more about the region and planning your journey. 

The Great Desert Tracks Central Sheet covers from Judbarra/Gregory National Park in the north to Ceduna in the south, and from Halls Creek in the west to Coober Pedy in the east. Marked on the mapping are roads and 4WD tracks checked by the Hema Map Patrol, distance markers, topographical relief and touring points of interest including 24-hour fuel, camping areas and caravan parks, facilities, services and more. Also included is information on travelling in the desert, what you need for the trip and relevant contact information.

Key tracks include: 

  • Googs Track
  • Nullarbor Plain
  • Oodnadatta Track
  • Anne Beadell Highway (East)
  • Tanami Road
  • Gary Junction Road
  • Sandy Blight Junction Track  

Check out this video of the Hema Map Patrol's fieldwork in Central Australia to produce this product at this link

Key Features

  • All maps field checked by the Hema Map Patrol
  • Printed on durable, waterproof paper
  • Camping areas
  • Fuel supplies
  • GPS surveyed roads and tracks
  • Historical explorer routes
  • Points of Interest


Key Specifications

Edition: 9th

Publication Date: 15/06/22

Scale: 1:1,250,000

Folded size (WxHxD): 140mm x 250mm x 6mm

Flat size (WxH): 700mm x 1000mm

Weight: 0.055kgs

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Very happy with the detail and additional information.

Larry Howarth
Maps unreadable

Unfortunately the current maps are almost unreadable in their current format

Christopher Irons

Great Desert Tracks Central Sheet

Marie Farrelly
great maps

haven’t used them yet, so not sure how “up to date” they are, but they look good, and hopefully will guide us through our upcoming “Red Centre” adventure

Tony Styan

Arrived early and tracking great Map suits well for me

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