Topographic / Ordnance Survey Map

TAS 4841

TAS 4841 - Bridgenorth

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This Topographic Map is produced by the Department of Primary Industries, part of the Tasmanian Government.

These maps are an important resource for Government, industry, and the public. They are used for environmental and emergency management, farm planning and mineral exploration. They are also popular for recreational users such as bushwalkers, mountain bike and horse riders.

The PDF version of this can be printed at home or sent to a professional printer for a 100% scale reproduction.

At this scale, 4cm on this map represents 1km on the ground. A standard map (which is square) covers an area of approximately about 12.5km by 12.5km, 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.

Locations within this Map

Conmurra Rocklyn Four Springs Green Acres Glenburn Fir Lea Parkleigh Glenrowan Loosleigh Hillcrest Hope Field Big Park Korraine Bald Top Birralee Birralee Recreation Ground Black Sugarloaf Black Sugarloaf Creek Black Sugarloaf Ridge Bridgenorth Recreation Ground Brushy Rivulet Cat and Kitten Creek Four Springs Creek Four Springs Lake Four Springs State Recreation Area Grassy Hut Tier Jimmys Ditch Little Reedy Marsh No No Hole Pipers Lagoon Pipers Lagoon Creek Reids Creek Rosevale Rosevale Recreation Ground Selbourne Selbourne Recreation Ground White Flats Creek Big Tamar Hill Black Sugarloaf Creek Bridge Bridgenorth Forest Reserve Charles Drys Hill Great Black Sugarloaf Pipers Forest Reids Creek Bridge Woolleys Lagoon Bridgenorth Brumby Creek