Nautical Chart / Marine Chart

AUS 248

Port Clinton
AUS 248 - Port Clinton

Please note that all charts are nominally folded in half for storage and handling as per the marine industries standard.
If you require an unfolded copy (ie: flat for framing), please select Flat Paper, and we will organise a special print service to accomodate your request.


This official Nautical Chart is produced by the Australian Hydrographic Office, and corrected fortnightly to 'Notice to Marines' by Cairns Charts & Maps. This ensures it remains compliance with Safety of Navigation requirements. This marine chart, or 'sea map', is primarily produced to support the safe navigation of commercial shipping through Australian, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Island waters.

Nautical charts depict the seabed, or bathymetry, using a variety of colours to shade the depth regions. Darker blues indicate shallower water, while light blues and white indicate deeper water. A chart will also show continuous contour lines (at varying intervals depending on the scale of the chart), 'spot depths' across the whole area, as well as different symbols indicating wrecks, shallow rocks and dangers, as well as details on lights, light houses, tides and currents.

For extensive detail on the symbology of nautical charts, the Symbols and Abbreviations used on Admiralty Charts is the definitive reference.

Locations within this Map

Keiver Black Rock Bullock Point Cliff Point Clinton Lowland Cape Clinton Colcarra Range Colcarra Rock Cowan Creek Creek Rock Delcomyn Island Diamond Creek Double Rock East Creek Entrance Island Fish Rock Flinders Watering Gully Mount Flinders Freshwater Bay Mount Gibralter Holtness Point Horse Camp Spur Inner Head Launch Rocks Light Me Pipe Gap Manifold North East Point Observation Rock Perforated Point Port Clinton Quoin Island Ranken Island Round Island Single Rock Solitude Creek Mount Solitude South Arm West Flat West Point West Point Head West Water Mount Gibraltar West Water Head Port Bowen Black Rock Island South Arm Port Clinton