The Tasmania Atlas & Guide features distinctive and informative maps, all of which have been field checked by Hema’s Map Patrol to ensure the best possible accuracy with the latest mapping data.
Written and researched by some of the most experienced travellers in Tasmania, the guide provides extensive and up-to-date information to the whole of Tasmania, from the breathtaking beaches of the east coast where sand and the Tasman Sea meet, to the wild western region that is home to Cradle Mountain, wilderness areas and many unique attractions.
Extensive cultural information and stories, along with the low-down on the European exploration and development of the regions, will ensure that today’s travellers see the country in a new, exciting and enlightened manner.
Comprehensive details for towns, national parks, hiking, cycling, camping, accommodation, activities and four-wheel driving, ensures you will have all the information you require for an enjoyable, and interesting foray to this wonderful state.
The book includes five walking and 15 of Hema’s favourite 4WD tracks that stretch from the spectacular vistas of Hells Gates on the western coast to colourful granite-rock beaches of the Freycinet Peninsula.
Lavishly illustrated with magical photographs this guide will inspire and motivate travellers to visit Tasmania, whether for the first time or for the twentieth time.
This easy-to-use guidebook will take the difficulty out of planning a trip to this magnificent area and there is no better time to start planning that trip than now. Thanks to Hema’s latest well-researched guide it’s never been easier, so all that’s left to do is pack your bags and head off for a Tasmanian adventure.
- GPS surveyed roads and tracks
- Detailed National Park and track inset maps
- Self-drive 4WD tracks
- Visitor information, history and culture
- All the best campsites
- Adventure activities
- Trip planning tips
- Food, wine and spirits
The Tasmania Atlas & Guide, second edition, is now available for purchase at leading outdoor retailers or on the Hema Maps website.