Outback NSW Regional Map
Beauty spots and tourist attractions can be great, but sometimes you just want to get away from it all for a while. Load up your 4x4, stick a map on the dash and head off somewhere to get back to nature, ideally with a few cold stubbies at the end of the day. If this sounds like what you're looking for the outback of New South Wales might be the place to go. There's plenty of open space, and a lot to see as well. This area has some great national parks, and among other things they have some of the best Aboriginal rock art you can find. You might also see yellow-footed rock wallabies and other wildlife among the creek beds and gorges.
This map covers the state from the Newell and Castlereagh highways west to Dubbo, Wentworth and Cameron Corner. Roads and tracks are shown complete with distances and there's heaps of information clearly marked with symbols. Camp sites, points of interest, fuel stops (now showing LPG availability as well) - it's all there. Turn the sheet over and you'll find inset maps and contact details for the Mungo, Kinchega and Mutawinjti national parks, plus loads of other helpful hints.
Map Info:Scale: 1:1,000,000