The Australian Touring Atlas
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|Format:||BOOK, 120 pages, 21st edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||Full colour throughout|
|Published In: ||Australia, 01 June 2011|
Perfect for on-road use, The Australian Touring Atlas is an easy-to-read atlas with large scale maps, including city approach and bypass maps, and inter-city route maps. And now this atlas includes over 100 recommended rest areas located along Australia's major highways. Rest area symbols are broken into the following categories: camp area, fee applies; rest area with free camping; rest area only; camp area with toilet, fee applies; rest area with free camping and toilet; rest area only with toilet. There's also information at the front with detailed town descriptions, including visitor centre contact details and lists of the major attractions in and around each town.
About the Author
Viola is a communication design company that draws inspiration from nature and encourages design that celebrates and protects the environment. Owner Anna Carlile founded Viola in 1999, and since then has developed a diverse eco-design portfolio with clients including the Earthwatch Institute, Green Peace and the Environmental Protection Agency. Anna has a Masters degree in environmental sustainability and consults, lectures and educates on sustainable communication design. These walking trails were compiled by Diana Carlile, an avid walker who has been guiding walking groups in and around Melbourne for over 20 years.
|Publisher: ||Explore Australia|
|Dimensions: ||36.0 x 26.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.56 kg)|