One of the titles in a series of touring maps connecting Australia’s main centres of population along some of the most spectacular routes such as the Great Ocean Road or the Savannah Way. The maps highlight 24-hour fuel supplies, roadside rest areas, camping facilities, places of interest, etc., and include distance charts and, in some titles, city maps. Road network indicates unsurfaced roads and tracks. The maps also show railway lines. There is no topographical information beyond names of mountain ranges and selected peaks, plus rivers and lakes, but national and state parks, conservation areas and reserves, and aboriginal lands are all highlighted. The maps have a grid showing latitude and longitude at intervals of 1º or 2º.
In this title: the road network in the south-eastern corner of Australia, highlighting facilities along both the two main routes connecting these two cities, the Princes and the Hume highways, and on other state and local roads. Numerous campsites and caravan parks are indicated in the mountain ranges and the national parks. The map has tables showing facilities in the national parks of both states and distances between the two cities along the two highways. Also included are enlargements showing through roads across the suburbs and environs of Melbourne and Sydney, lists of information centres, and notes on places of interest. Latitude/longitude grid is at 1º intervals.