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Bruny Island Walks   1. Bruny Island Walks

Tasmap; South Bruny National Park contains an appealing mix of towering dolerite cliffs, secluded coves, long sandy beaches, colourful heathlands fragrant dry and wet eucalypt forests, and borders a large lagoon.This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK10 $11.95 ea   Qty

Cradle Mountain Day Walk Map   2. Cradle Mountain Day Walk Map

Tasmap; Situated in central western Tasmania, Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park is the most famous of Tasmania's national parks. Its rugged mountain peaks and alpine moorland offer some of the finest scenery in Australia, making it a mecca for bushwalkers.This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK11 $6.95 ea   Qty

Cradle Mountain/ Lake St Clair National Park   3. Cradle Mountain/ Lake St Clair National Park

Tasmap; Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park encompasses a wide range of rugged mountain scenery, glacial tarns, forest and alpine moorlands. At 167m Lake St Clair is the deepest lake in Australia.This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side contain information on the walking tracks around the lake and nearby mountains, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK12 $15.95 ea   Qty

Douglas Apsley National Park   4. Douglas Apsley National Park

Tasmap; Situated between Bicheno and St Marys, Douglas-Apsley National Park is a place of rugged and wild beauty. Dramatic waterfalls, tranquil rockpools and the largest area of undisturbed dry sclerophyll forest in Tasmania await the visitor. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area and information on popular walks.
NTPK13 $11.95 ea   Qty

Frenchmans Cap Walk Map   5. Frenchmans Cap Walk Map

Tasmap; The magnificent quartzite dome of Frenchmans Cap (1443m) is a mecca for bushwalkers and climbers. The panoramic view from the peak on a clear day includes Mt Ossa, features of the southern end of Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park and Macquarie Harbour to the west. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK14 $11.95 ea   Qty

Freycinet National Park   6. Freycinet National Park

Tasmap; Freycinet National Park's spectacular red granite peaks, pristine sandy beaches, turquoise waters and stunning coastal views combine to make it one of Tasmania's most popular national parks. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK15 $11.95 ea   Qty

Hartz Mountains Day Walk Map   7. Hartz Mountains Day Walk Map

Tasmap; Hartz Mountains was one of Tasmania's first popular bushwalking destinations. Today, visitors are still attracted to the area, much of which is now national park and preserved in Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area - one of the last temperate wilderness areas in the world. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area and bushwalking tips.
NTPK16 $6.95 ea   Qty

Highland Lakes Map   8. Highland Lakes Map

Tasmap; This map replaces the previously published Central Tasmania map.
The Central Highlands of Tasmania are a rugged area with impressive scenery and world class trout fishing in the thousands of lakes and tarns located throughout the Highland Lakes region.
The map covers most of the plateau, it shows all of the lakes, how to get there along with launching facilities, accommodation, camping and caravan areas, fuel supplies and services.
The reverse side features updated, detailed notes and maps covering the prime fishing lakes. The notes are packed with valuable information on regulations, fish types and the best fishing locations and methods.
NTPK24 $11.95 ea   Qty

Lake St Clair Day Walk Map   9. Lake St Clair Day Walk Map

Tasmap; Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park encompasses a wide range of rugged mountain scenery, glacial tarns, forest and alpine moorlands. At 167m Lake St Clair is the deepest lake in Australia. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side contain information on the walking tracks around the lake and nearby mountains, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK17 $4.00 ea   Qty

Maria Island National Park   10. Maria Island National Park

Tasmap; Maria Island is a charming, peaceful and relaxing place where you can immerse yourself in the island's intriguing history, abundant wildlife, beautiful scenery and deserted beaches. Access to the island is by ferry from Triabunna. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK18 $11.95 ea   Qty

Mount Anne Southwest National Park   11. Mount Anne Southwest National Park

Tasmap; Scale 1:40 000 Mount Anne is located in Southwest National Park within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. With an elevation of 1423m, it is the highest peak in south west Tasmania and dominates the region around Lake Pedder.
The Mount Anne circuit is a difficult walk where you can experience the wilderness character of the area. The route is poorly marked and extremely steep in places and exposed to wind and wet weather.
The circuit can be undertaken as a 3-Day circuit leaving from either Red Tape Creek or Condominium Creek and tent camping on the Eliza Plateau.
Sections of the circuit can also be undertaken on two separate one-day return walks.
NTPK41 $6.95 ea   Qty

Mount Field National Park   12. Mount Field National Park

Tasmap; Mount Field National Park is located 75 kilometres west of Hobart on the Maydena Road. Glacial valleys, tarns, spectacular waterfalls and abundant wildlife, all await the visitor. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK19 $11.95 ea   Qty

Peninsula Walks Map   13. Peninsula Walks Map

Tasmap; Your guide to getting the most out of your Tasman Peninsula experience!
With a unique new format the Peninsula Walks map provides multiple map windows to provide maximum coverage while still folding to fit into your shirt pocket. The new map will be an essential reference, whether you are going for a leisurely day walk or for a week-long adventure. The new A3 format map covers all Three Capes Tracks; Cape Pillar, Hauy and Raoul, as well as the Lime Bay State Reserve and other popular peninsula walks; including the Tasman Coastal Trail, Waterfall Bay, Tunnel Bay and Mount Brown.
This map highlights walk times, difficulty levels, public Camping and facilities and features tourist information along with general topographic detail.
NTPK39 $6.95 ea   Qty

South Coast Walks   14. South Coast Walks

Tasmap; The Port Davey and South Coast tracks lie within the Tasmanian Wilerness World Heritage Area and are part of the Southwest National Park. There are no roads, no power lines and few modern conveniences The walks take the visitor to the southern extremity of an island at the world's end. This is wilderness. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK20 $11.95 ea   Qty

Taman National Park   15. Taman National Park

Tasmap; The Tasman and Forestier Peninsulas contain the highest vertical sea cliffs in Australia, evidence of 6000 years of Aboriginal occupation, the most renowned penal settlement in Australia, as well as diverse flora and fauna. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK21 $11.95 ea   Qty

Tasman Peninsula Topographic Map   16. Tasman Peninsula Topographic Map

Tasmap; TASMAP is progressively introducing a 1:50 000 Topographic Mapping Series.
The map covers the entire Tasman Peninsula. The Tasman National Park, renowned for its spectacular coastal scenery, diverse forests and newly opened Three Capes Experience, is a prominent feature of the area. Additionally, two Historic Sites at Port Arthur and Coal Mines, both inscribed on the World Heritage List as part of the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage are popular with visitors. The coastal conditions vary from huge waves for surfers to sheltered bays sought by recreational fishers and boat owners.
The 1:50 000 Map Series provides clear and accurate portrayal of topographic information, with symbols and map content giving enhanced depiction of buildings, hill shading and a simplified classification of vegetation.
NTPK40 $12.95 ea   Qty

Walls of Jerusalem National Park   17. Walls of Jerusalem National Park

Tasmap; The Walls of Jerusalem are located in a remote area of the Tasmanian highlands. There is no road access into the park and entry is only possible by walking. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to the vegetation, land forms, animals, history of the area, bushwalking tips and safety essentials.
NTPK22 $11.95 ea   Qty

Wellington Park Recreation Map   18. Wellington Park Recreation Map

Tasmap; Wellington Park is located in south-eastern Tasmania on the doorstep of Hobart. Dramatic cliff faces, boulder fields, waterfalls, amazing natural rock sculptures and panoramic views of Hobart and south-eastern Tasmania are just some of the things to be discovered within the park. This map highlights the walking tracks and features tourist information along with general topographic detail. The notes on the reverse side introduce visitors to history of the area, and contain information about walking, bike riding, horse riding and four wheel driving in the park.
NTPK23 $11.95 ea   Qty

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