Maps of Australia
Full Interactive Australia Map
Australia is huge, so you need to plan your locations carefully to get the time and distance right. Driving in Australia can be real fun, but it is important that you make sure you understand how far apart things really are. Most of Australia's population is located on the East Coast, in an arc running from Adelaide in the south, through Victoria to Melbourne, then northwards to Sydney and then on up the coast to the area north of Brisbane.
Navigate: Use the buttons in the top left hand corner to zoom in or out. Use arrows to move to different areas of Australia.
Map Style: Use the buttons in the top right to change the presentation of the Map of Australia:-
Map: = Standard Road Map. Sat: = Satellite View
Ter: = Shows Terrain Earth: = 3D Earth - Needs Google Application.
Self Driving in Australia
The coast area between Sydney and Brisbane is very interesting and has many beautiful coastal towns along the route. It is well worth spending 5 or 6 days (or longer) to make the journey north from Sydney to Brisbane so you can turn off the main road to experience the small country towns and enjoy the many beaches along the coast. It is usually better to explore north of Brisbane on the ground, but then to return to Brisbane and fly on to The Whitsundays and Hamilton Island or to Cairns if you want to experience the Great Barrier Reef.
Driving out in the Red Center (Uluru, Alice Springs) is quite possible, but we strongly suggest you fly the three hours out to Alice Springs or Uluru (Ayers Rock) and then rent your vehicle locally. The crossing of the Nullabor Plain all the way to Perth on the West Coast is not for the faint-hearted, but it can be a wonderful experience with the right planning.
City, Town and Feature Maps of Australia:
Full Interactive Maps of Australian Cities, Towns and Features
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