Bushwalking maps and publications
Browse through our products below:
- National Parks and Wildlife Service SA - Bushwalking Map Series
- Heysen Trail Map Sheets
- Yurrebilla Hikers Guide
- Mount Lofty Ranges Pocket Guide
Coorong National Park
There is something for all ages and interests in the Coorong. The serenity, the sheer diversity, and the proximity to Adelaide make it an immensely popular park. Visitors come for bird watching, boating, kayaking, fishing, camping, walking, four-wheel driving and European and cultural history.
The Coorong is also a wetland of international importance, supporting many significant and endangered flora and fauna.
The Coorong National Park Bushwalking Map has both a North Lagoon and South Lagoon map.
- Detailed topographic bushwalking map;
- All park information;
- The map depicts all roads, tracks and trails, features of interest, park facilities, and elevation is represented via a hillshade and contours;
- The information includes details about bushwalking trails, features of interest within the park, safety information.
A helpful visitor map of trails and facilities. Find out more about South Australia's National Parks and Wildlife Service at www.parks.sa.gov.au
The Recommended Retail Price is $10.00 each, GST inclusive.
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Deep Creek Conservation Park
Deep Creek Conservation Park is the largest portion of remaining natural vegetation on the Fleurieu Peninsula, located 108km south of Adelaide. Spend an afternoon walking the Deep Creek Waterfall hike from Tapanappa Lookout or fishing at Blowhole Beach. Five campgrounds are dotted throughout the park with four of them accessible by 2WD vehicles. There are 15 walking trails in the park, including sections of the famous Heysen Trail.
- Detailed topographic bushwalking map including all roads, tracks and trails, features of interest, park facilities, and elevation is represented via a hillshade and contours;
- Park information including details about bushwalking trails, features of interest within the park, safety information and an elevation profile of the points of interest
Cleland Conservation Park
Cleland Conservation Park has a fantastic network of walking and cycling trails showcasing a diverse native wildlife, cultural heritage and spectacular views of the Adelaide Hills and surrounds. One of South Australia's most popular walking trails traverses this unique area from Waterfall Gully to Mt Lofty Summit.
- Detailed topographic bushwalking map - tracks and trails, features of interest, park facilities, and elevation is represented via a hillshade and contours;
- Park information, including details about all the bushwalking and cycling trails, features of interest within the park, safety information and an elevation profile of the Waterfall Gully to Mount Lofty hike
The Heysen Trail Map Sheet series is comprised of eight maps which providing complete coverage of the 1,200 km trail.
The new map sheet series is printed double sided (A1 size) on waterproof and virtually tear resistant stone paper which makes the maps a durable companion for trail walkers. The maps have been conveniently folded to DL size.
The maps provide detailed 1:50,000 topographic maps, elevation profiles, safety information, trip planning information plus general visitor information.
Titles currently available:
- Map Sheet 1 - Cape Jervis to Kuitpo Forest
- Map Sheet 2 - Kuitpo Forest to Tanunda
- Map Sheet 3 - Tanunda to Burra
- Map Sheet 4 - Burra to Spalding
- Map Sheet 5 - Spalding to Wirrabara Forest
- Map Sheet 6 - Wirrabara Forest to Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park
- Map Sheet 7 - Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park to Mernmerna Creek
- Map Sheet 8 - Mernmerna Creek to Parachilna Gorge
The Yurrebilla Hikers Guide provides information about the state’s most user friendly long distance walking trail and includes a fold out topographic map.