One of the titles in a series of road map presenting Australia’s popular regions with street plans of main towns, description of places of interest and lists local events, tourist facilities in national parks, contact details of information centres, etc. In each title the main road map is relatively small, often covering less than half of one side of the sheet. The map is indexed and highlights main places of interest and areas shown on the reverse as enlargements or street plans. City to city maps have route diagrams of main highways indicating tourist facilities.
In this title: the main map at 1:2,600,000 covers Queensland from NSW border to Cairns, Cooktown and beyond to the Princess Charlotte Bay. On the reverse there are strip maps of the Bruce Highway between Brisbane and Cairns, showing exit routes, and nearby facilities. Also included are a table of facilities in the national parks, lists of useful addresses, and descriptions of main places of interest within easy reach of the highway.