Tasmania State Map
The fourth edition of Hema’s Tasmania State Map features Hema’s distinctive and informative maps fully, all of which have been field checked by Hema’s Map Patrol to ensure the best possible accuracy with the latest mapping data.
A fully indexed state map of Tasmania (TAS) at a scale of 1:500,000. Marked on the mapping are national parks, fuel locations as well as camping and rest areas.
The reverse side consists of:
- a summary of the key things to see and do broken up into the North West, Launceston, Tamar and the North
- a table listing of National Parks and Reserves with key features and facilities (such as Camping and Caravan sites, BBQ, toilets and showers)
- Visitor centre listing
- Map of the area around Zeehan and Queenstown at 1:250,000 scale (including Lake St Claire and Franklin-Gordon Rivers National Parks)
- Map of Freycinet National Park at 1:125,000 scale
- Map of Southwest National Park at 1:200,000 scale
- Map of Hobart & Region at 1:250,000 scale (including petrol stations, information centres and rest stops marked)
Tasmania is located off the southeast corner of mainland Australia. It is Australia's smallest state in terms of both size and population, yet is a major tourist attraction due to the diverse and spectacular scenery, unspoilt wilderness, fantastic food and wine and heritage and cultural sites.
- Fully updated and indexed primary Map of Tasmania at a scale of 1:500,000 and showing national parks, fuel locations as well as campsites and caravan parks
- Detailed maps of the Zeehan and Region (including Lake St Clair and Franklin-Gordon Rivers National Park), Freycinet National Park, Southwest National Park and Hobart & Region
- Complete list of Tasmanian Visitor Information Centres
- Table showing Tasmania’s National Parks and Reserves with key features and facilities
- Summary of the key things to see in Tasmania broken up by region.
Publication Date: 15/02/21
Folded size (WxHxD): 140mm X 250mm x 3mm
Flat size (WxH): 700mm X 1000mm
Bright and way to read map
I now have a Hema of every state/territory in Australia and love them as they are so detailed. We use them when planning our roadtrips in the various states.
This is a good example of a Hema map which comprises 3 maps drawn at these scales 1:120000, 1:250000 and 1:500000. The different scales are prominently displayed to ensure readers are not fooled into thinking that all 3 maps are at the same scale, which in my experience makes use of maps easier to work and helps ensure errors in use are avoided. The maps contain a lot of detail and as a regular visitor to Tasmania I would expect to find this map to be very helpful. Printing the map on waterproof paper for use in a state where it rains a lot is a great idea. It should last at least one trip!