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The map features a regional map covering from Taree in the north to Port Stephens in the south and from the coast in the east to Mt Barrington in the west. The town maps featured include Forster-Tuncurry, Forster Keys, Tea Gardens-Hawks Nest, Pacific Palms, Smiths Lake, Bulahdelah, Stroud, Nabiac, Gloucester. The map sheet size is 81cm x 52cm and folds neatly to fit into your glove box or handbag. The map sheet size is 81cm x 52cm and folds neatly to fit into your glove box or handbag.
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Important information shown comprises national parks, nature reserves and state forests. Significent natural attractions are located including: The Myall Lakes, Bombah Broadwater, Sugar Creek Flora Reserve, Strike-a-light Camp, The Grandis (tallest known tree in NSW), Green Cathedral, Seal Rocks, Barrington Tops and numerous forest drives.
Man-made attractions include: Alum Mountain mining relics, Monkeral Bridge (oldest timber truss bridge in NSW), Wootton Historical Railway walk, car ferry at Bombah Point, Seal Rocks Lighthouse and forest rest areas.
The maps show all the detail a traveller could want including all main highways, secondary roads and tracks. Some 4wd tracks are also shown.
Facilities are shown by symbols located adjacent to town names and within town maps. The facilities include: hotels, clubs, picnic areas, bbqs and picnic tables, museums, tennis, bowls, golf, public toilets, availability of petrol and auto gas, swimming, fishing, canoeing and advertising motels and caravan parks.
Advertisements surrounding the maps give users plenty of information on attractions and accommodation choices and their locations on the map.
For detailed information on this area look at the holiday info section of this web site.