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Great Desert Tracks Simpson Desert

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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.

Discover the Simpson Desert with detailed mapping, relevant points of interest and essential touring information for the journey. One side of the map covers the desert at a scale of 1:500,000, while the other is at 1:1,000,000 for planning purposes. 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 the desert, what you need for the trip and relevant contact information.

 Tracks include:

  • Madigan Line
  • French Line
  • Rig Road
  • WAA Line
  • K1 Line
  • Warburton Track
  • Hay River Track

 

Key Features

  • All maps field checked by the Hema Map Patrol
  • Printed on durable, waterproof paper
  • Shows free 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: 1:1,000,000 for planning and 1:500,000 for the desert

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

Flat size (WxH): 700mm x 1000mm

Weight: 0.055kgs

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Andrew Nielsen
This is well worth the upgrade.

It has many more tracks than past editions. But, there are tracks that Google maps shows are regularly driven down that are not on the map. If there are twin tracks visible from space, then the track is being regularly being driven down. If I remember correctly, there is an airstrip near Poeppel Well that is marked, but there is a line of airstrips in a North-South line that is to the west of Geosurveys Hill that are not marked.

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