this page you can pick the Queensland map that suits your trip.
I know this may be
getting repetative if you read all my maps pages,
but the maps I always
recommend are HEMA maps.They are the
most detailed ones amonst all that are available
in Australia, and they are the only
Get a Queensland Map by HEMA
This great Queensland map covers the whole state and
* includes national parks
and other points of
* maps rest areas
and camping grounds
* is fully indexed
and includes distance
It is a great map of the whole Queensland.
This map covers Brisbane
CBD, inner and outer suburbs, and
It also includes a rail
map and a ferry
It is fully indexed,
includes post codes
and also points out points
of interest. Handy if you visit Brisbane
or its surroundings.
This map covers the area south of Brisbane, including Surfers Paradise, Main Beach, Broadbeach and the Gold Coast Hinterland.
It is fully indexed, includes postcodes,
and also maps points of
interest and accommodation.
A great help if you visit Gold
This map covers the area north of Brisbane.
It includes street maps from Bribie
Island to Noosa.
It also includes a great detailed map of Sunshine Coast hinterland.
And it includes street
index as well as information of the area that is handy if
you visit Sunshine
East Queensland Map
This map covers the area in the south eastern corner of Queensland.
It includes points of
parks, and the SE-Queensland part of National Trail - a
5000+ km multi use track suitable for walkers, horse riders, mountain
bikers - that goes all the way up to Cooktown
The map also has distance charts and tourist information.
Bay - Burnett Map
This map covers the area north of Sunshine Coast and south of
It includes Maryborough,
Bundaberg, Agnes Waters and Seventeen Seventy.
In other words, it covers the so-called Fraser
is really handy if you are taking the coastal road up to north
This map covers the coast between Rockhampton in the south and Mackay
Region in the north.
It covers both the coastal
and inland areas
Queensland, and it also includes town maps, distance charts, tourist information,
and the central-Queensland part of the National
If you are on your way
further north, have a look at
This map covers the Mackay coast inlcluding Mackay and Airlie Beach
with Whitsunday islands.
It includes national
parks and other points
It includes town maps
including Mackay street
It is a great map to have if you visit or drive though Mackay Region.
Queensland map - covers Cairns,
and all other places north of Mackay
in great detail as all
It includes town maps,
and points of interest.
It also has tourist
information and distance
This is more than a map - it is Townsville
street directory, which is of course fully indexed and
covers the city centre as well as all inner and outer suburbs.
You don't really need a street index when travelling but this was the
only thing I found that does include a Townsville
Tropical North Queensland
is a new map that covers the whole area between Townsville in the
in the north (and actually
even the area north of Cooktown,
It includes GPS surveyed tracks, national
parks and Wet Tropics areas, and information on points of
This is an excellent Cairns
which covers the city
centre as well as inner and outer suburbs such as Northern Beaches,
Edmonton and even Gordonvale.
It also includes some areas outside the city, which include some great
places such as Barron
The map is fully indexed and is the best street map of Cairns that I
know of - I've had many over the years.
to Cooktown Map This map
covers the area between Cairns
places like Kuranda,
Daintree rainforests and Cape
Road and the Rossville
It includes national
to camp, places of interest
and tourist information.
Cape York Map This map covers the
Cape York peninsula
there are quite a few Cape York maps, I have tried them all and I can
say this one is the best.
covers the peninsula in great
has symbols for services
each town, township or roadhouse, and even has GPS coordinates.
This is the map I use to get around in Cape York and I am
confident to recommend it to you too.
map covers all of the
and western Queensland, again in great detail as
all HEMA maps do.
It includes outback national
parks, some of the best points
some great touring routes
between outback towns; and even fuel
to camp and GPS
grid - everything you need to safely venture into the outback!
If you want to go even further in, and get even more adventurous,
behind the Queensland outback is the so-called eastern outback which
covers a lot of outback in South
Australia and includes some great four wheel driving country around Lake Eyre and the Central Australia Deserts
such as Strzelecki, Sturt Stony, Pedirka and Simpson Desert.
area is as interesting as Cape York and a destination on its own.
"Red Centre" - Central Australia Map
And of course, north of the Central Australia Deserts is Australia's
Red Centre - the area most widely known as the heart of Australian
Outback and very popular with international visitors, mainly
because of Uluru
and Kata Tjuta
But there is so much
more in the area around Alice Springs, such as Kings Canyon, MacDonnell
Ranges and Finke
Gorge. It is a great bushwalking and 4WDriving country
and here is a great map that covers it.
And if you like to visit
wine regions, here is the Wine Map:
Map of Queensland
This is a special interest map for wine lovers. But it also includes a whole Queensland map.
So you don't have to buy one more map for wine regions - you can use
the Queensland map for you travels, and then use the maps of different
wine regions that are included as you visit them.
Also included is some information
of the wine indusrty in Queensland, and some Queensland
Get this 50 pages guide totally for FREE. It
contains information that helps you getting started with planning of your trip.
You get to make early-stages desicions such as when to go, how long time you
should take, how to get
there and get
to stay (general info), what
will it cost..
and a short insight to what is there to see and do in Cape York.
This complete 300 pages
travel guide is all you need before and during your trip. Besides the
background chapters on the peninsula's history and wildlife; and the comprehensive detail about all the places (down to prices, opening hours and full contact detail), it has invaluable information on at least 10 four wheel drive tracks, at least 30 guaranteed FREE camping spots on the Cape (and at least 150 on your way to the Cape), at least 40 best swimming holes, all mapped; as well as practical things - from fuel, roads, wireless internet and mobile phone reception, how to deal with the national parks booking rules; and Aboriginal land entrance and camping permits and alcohol restrictions - to vehicle preparation and accessories and necessary recovery gear by my partner Mark who is the recovery guy on northern Cape York and the Old Telegraph Track). Not to mention locals' tips on how to spot that croc and palm cockatoo ;-)
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