Topographic / Ordnance Survey Map

GA 5173-4

Vernon Islands
GA 5173-4 - Vernon Islands
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This Topographic Map is produced by Geoscience Australia; Australia's national geospatial organisation.
GA topographic maps (many of which are produced in partnership with the Army) are generally older than those maps produced by the State Governments over the same area. This makes GA maps particularly useful for identifying historic features, such as old mines and diggings.
Geoscience Australia maps generally considered to be more pleasing in design and compilation then the more modern State Government productions.

At this scale, 2cm on this map represents 1km on the ground. A standard map (which is square) covers an area of approximately about 25km by 25km, with a contour interval of 10m. This map contains natural and constructed features including road and rail infrastructure, vegetation, hydrography, contours, localities and some administrative boundaries.

Please note the date of the map, as this will impact the currency of information, particularly regarding infrastructure, roads, etc.

Locations within this Map

Adam Bay Adelaide River Andrews Point Ayers Point Beatrice Bay Brooke Point East Vernon Island Flag Rock Fright Point Glyde Point Gunn Point Hart Point Henry Ellis Reef Howard Channel Knight Reef Leaders Creek Leaders Creek Boat Ramp Middle Bank Millars Point North West Vernon Island Point Stephens Port Daly Price Knoll Rooper Rock Salt Water Arm Saltwater Arm Boat Ramp Smith Reef South Channel South West Vernon Island Stephens Bank Van Waerwyck Reef Vernon Islands Clarence Strait Howard Knoll North West Island Ward Point East Island South West Island Point Glyde Point Stevens