Other sources for purchasing maps and related information include the various
Australian motoring associations
and possibly your state/territory transport body.
For more detailed and
specific maps check the tourism visitor information centre and their website. where available, there will often be maps for download.
A number of local council and shires in NSW may also provide maps for your
information from their website. Many visitor
centres may have printed maps that you can pick up from their front counter.
If you are
visiting a national park, the relevant parks and wildlife services will have
simplified maps of the individual national parks available from their parks
offices, visitor centre and their websites.
Another great resource for
'journey planners' and maps are your
(within Australia). Most should have an online 'travel planner' or 'trip planner'
to calculate distances between your starting point to your destination. Most of
the motoring associations offer everyone access to the trip planner
functionality, although some may require you be a member of the association.
Maps can be also be purchased through the relevant government
department or body such as the
NSW Government Land &
Following is index of maps within this site for New South Wales,