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Outback Queensland Map

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SKU 9781922668769


Outback Queensland (QLD) contains mapping and visitor information for one of the most iconic regions in Australia. Mapping at a scale of 1:1,500,000 covers from the inland borders to Toowoomba in the east and Charters Towers in the north, with hill shading and elevation tinting creating a more realistic interpretation of the landscape within the region.

Marked on the map are:

  • points of interest
  • camping areas
  • caravan parks
  • Fuel
  • Key touring routes. 

Accompanying the mapping is extensive visitor information for the Channel Country, Matilda Country and the Overlanders Way, with a town and locality index in addition to necessary contact details covering the majority of information for touring the region. Also included are maps of Bladensburg, Idalia, Currawinya, Diamantina and Carnarvon Gorge national parks.


Key Features

  • GPS surveyed roads & tracks
  • National parks
  • Camping areas
  • Fuel Stops
  • Key touring routes

Key Specifications

Edition: 5th

Publication Date: 30/05/23

Scale: 1:1,500,000

Folded size (WxHxD): 140mm x 250mm x 3mm

Flat size (WxH): 700mm x 1000mm

Weight: 0.09kgs


Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Steve D
Excellent, as ever

The Outback Qld map is like other Hema regional maps: indispensable. Perfect guide to places and road standards, and very useful detail on major national parks.

Pierre Cronje
A timely map

Great detail - just what one needs for exploring the (Qld) roads less travelled

Stephen Worthington
Missing Cape York

Your map in general is good but in my view the remaining parts of Queensland such as Cape York, where it also has outback areas.

Malcolm Harley
Great map

This is a great map with lots of helpful info. Easy to read.

Neil Dwyer

Pleased to see the increased detail however the facilities symbols obscure too much of the map.

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