|Product Name||Australia Travel Map Fifth Edition (Periplus Travel Maps)|
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|Short Description||Height:10.24 inches / Length:4.25 inches / Weight:0.14 pounds / Width:0.31 inches|
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Periplus Travel Maps cover most of the major cities and travel destinations in the Asia-Pacific region. The series includes an amazing variety of fascinating destinations, from the multifaceted subcontinent of India to the bustling city-state of Singapore and the 'western style' metropolis of Sydney to the Asian charms of Bali. All titles are continuously updated, ensuring they keep up with the considerable changes in this fast-developing part of the world. This extensive geographical reach and attention to detail mean that Periplus Travel Maps are the natural first choice for anyone traveling in the region.
Area Maps: Australia 17,700,000; Sydney Area 1650,000; Greater Sydney 1:120,000; Greater Melbourne 1:150,000; Brisbane Area 1:650,000; Cairns Area 1:250,000; Perth, Darwin Areas 1:300,000; Adelaide Area 1:300,000
City Plans: Central Sydney 1:10,000; Central Melbourne 1:15,000; Central Brisbane 1:15,000; Central Perth 1:17,500; Central Adelaide 1:15,000
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