4WD and Touring
4WD Adventures Atlas - Hema Maps
4WD Adventures is the quintessential guide to the top 100 trips and getaways in Australia. Precious few countries possess the variety of landscapes that is on offer throughout Australia, and 4WD Adventures reflects that. From desert treks to snowy expanses, or forest expeditions to gnarly beach drives, 4WD Adventures has it covered. The top 100 tracks are colour-coded for easy reference which makes it simple to find the drives that suit your type of vehicle, in addition to symbols that help you find tracks that are suitable for caravans and camper trailers. The top 100 tracks each have detailed inset maps showing the route taken, with GPS locations and points of interest featured. You can also easily find the tracks in the complete Hema Road Atlas at the back of the book. Written by some of Australia’s top four-wheel driving enthusiasts and experienced travel writers, 4WD Adventures is perfect for intending travellers to use when planning a trip and while actually touring, as well as being an inspiration to those dreaming about travelling.
Cape York Atlas & Guide - Hema Maps
The Cape York Atlas and Guide features the exact mapping that is in the best selling Hema Cape York map in an A4, spiral bound, road atlas format (all the mapping and information has been field-checked and updated by the Hema Map Patrol). This book includes even more detailed maps, section by section with the appropriate information, and contains essential information for a trip to the Cape.
This updated edition of Hema’s Cape York Atlas & Guide helps you make the most of your visit to this remarkable part of Australia. With detailed coverage of The Tip, the coast from Cairns to Cooktown, Lakefield National Park, the Peninsula Developmental Road, Old Telegraph Track, Torres Strait and the Savannah Way, it ensures you won’t miss the ‘must-see’ attractions, but it also describes some of the lesser known areas favoured by the experts. Whether you just want to make it to The Tip or are looking for a serious 4WD adventure, this informative book is an indispensable companion.
A new and exciting addition is the Top 10 4WD Trips, written by 4WD expert Allan Whiting, who has crafted detailed descriptions for each of the iconic trips. Included are inset maps, photos, gradings, and contact information for every trip.
- Handy atlas for navigation - from Hema's best selling Cape York Map
- Detailed maps throughout, including The Tip and the Old Telegraph Track
- Towns and localities GPS index
- When to go and how to prepare
- Where to go for the best outdoor experiences - including fishing and camping hot spots
- Top 10 4WD Trips
- Where to stay, from luxurious resorts to the best bush-camping locations
- Background reading on the region's unique geographical features, flora and fauna
The High Country Atlas & Guide (Victoria) - Hema Maps
The High Country Atlas & Guide is part guide, part travel companion. It contains a handy atlas for navigation, as well as more detailed maps for specific areas. The new inclusion of the Top 25 4WD Trips is an exciting prospect for those wanting to take on the very best trips the High Country Victoria has to offer, with inset maps, photos, as well as directions and explanations for every step of the way. There is a lot of pre-trip preparation included also, with information on where and when to go for the best outdoor experiences, as well as how to prepare and where to stay.
Included on the ‘things to see and do’ list are the many iconic huts and historic sites in the region, with background information and atlas references making finding these famous sites simple. To give extra depth to the 4WD coverage of the region, there is excellent background information on the region’s history, flora and fauna, and the geology and landscape you will experience during your trip.
-Handy atlas for navigation - from Hema's best selling High Country East & West map
- Top 25 4WD Trips, including inset maps, track descriptions, warnings, tips and sites worth exploring along the way
-Detailed maps throughout, including southeast New South Wales
-Towns and localities GPS index
-When to go and how to prepare for the alpine conditions of the High Country
-Where to go for the best outdoor experiences; including bushwalking trails, camping and fishing spots
-Where to stay, from B&Bs to the best bush camping sites
-Extensive listings of tour operation - tag along tours, rental equipment, guided hiking and horse riding, and much more
-Background reading on the region's geography, history and flora and fauna
The Kimberley Atlas & Guide - Hema Maps
The Kimberley Atlas & Guide's 4th edition has been completely revised and updated. This new edition also features 10 4WD trips, including the Gibb River Road. This guidebook helps make the most of your visit to this remarkable corner of Australia. With detailed coverage of the Gibb River Road, Broome, Kununurra, Purnululu (the Bungle Bungle) and many other famous destinations, it ensures you won’t miss the ‘must-see’ attractions, but it also describes some of the lesser known areas favoured by the experts.
Whether you’re here for a relaxing holiday or a serious 4WD adventure, this informative book with its easy-to-follow maps is an indispensable companion. Written by travel expert, Denis O’Byrne, it describes the many sights and attractions in this huge area while revealing the hidden places favoured by those ‘in the know’. Denis is a freelance journalist who has been writing about travel for more than 25 years. His work has appeared in RM Williams Outback Magazine and Overlander. The Kimberley Atlas & Guide is a great companion product to Hema Map’s existing Kimberley region products, including Hema’s Kimberley map.
Written by travel expert, Denis O’Byrne, it describes the many sights and attractions in this huge area while revealing the hidden places favoured by those ‘in the know’. Denis is a freelance journalist who has been writing about travel for more than 25 years. His work has appeared in RM Williams Outback Magazine and Overlander. The Kimberley Atlas & Guide is a great companion product to Hema Map’s existing Kimberley region products, including Hema’s Kimberley map.
-Handy atlas for navigation, plus detailed maps of the Gibb River Road, Great
-Northern Highway, Broome and Kununurra regions, and national parks
-Town and localities GPS index
-When to go and how to prepare
-Where to go for the best outdoor experiences
-Where to stay, from luxurious resorts to the best bush camping spots
-Extensive listings of rental agencies and tour operators fully organised excursions, Aboriginal culture tours, DIY adventures, scenic flights and more
-Background reading on the region’s unique geographical features, flora and fauna
Bush Tracks of Victoria
Bush Tracks of Victoria 5th Edition. Ron & Viv Moon. 30 Great 4WD adventures.
Whether you are a beginner looking for your first four wheel drive jaunt, or an experienced four wheeler looking for something more, then this book has it all. It has extensive descriptions and trek notes for trips and tours from the high country to the western deserts and even beach runs in South Australia.
Cape York an Adventurers Guide
An adventurers guide by Ron and Viv Moon covering the Cape York, one of the largest wilderness areas left in Australia. From the east coast with its Great Barrier Reef, through the rugged rainforest clad ranges around Cooktown and Iron Range.
Book includes comprehensive trek notes and GPS points that cover many routes throughout the area, giving access details to camp sites, scenic spots and places to visit. Seperate chapters on fishing, canoeing and national parks provide all you need to know for a recreational holiday in the region.
-Top Fishing Spots
-Remote West & East Coasts
-Cape Melville & Bathurst Head
-Bamaga, Seisia & the Gulf
-Along the Savannah Way
The Kimberley an Adventurers Guide - Ron & Viv Moon
Now in its 7th edition, the 'The Kimberley - An Adventurer's Guide' by Ron and Viv Moon has long been the best guidebook to the area - whether exploring the region by 4wd, as a fisherman, motorcyclist and even by walkers and canoeists.
the information has been extensively revised and is up-to-date with the latest
information on track conditions, camping areas, access details, supply points,
fuel availability and much more.
The Kimberley is considered by many people to
be Australia’s last frontier. From the west coast around historic Broome and
its glorious untouched beaches, northwards along the Gibb River Road and its
many gorges, to the wilderness marvels of the Mitchell Plateau and eastwards to
the man-made lakes of the Ord River, there is a richness and a variety of
scenery, habitat and animal life seldom matched elsewhere in Australia.
It is a region for adventure, excitement and exploration. The few tracks that cut across the landscape are little used and large areas have yet to see the footprint of modern man. Nature lovers, fishermen, four wheel drive tourers, and campers will revel in the wide open spaces, the sheer rugged ranges, the magnificent Aboriginal art and the pristine rivers and gem-like waterholes. This comprehensive guide, now in its seventh edition, encompasses natural and historical information, as well as details on the major areas, Aboriginal communities and all of the towns within the Kimberley.
Comprehensive trek notes and GPS points cover the remote tracks throughout the area, giving access details to camp sites, scenic spots and places to visit. There’s detailed information on fishing spots and the best places to launch a small boat.
An exhaustive list of travel operators, guides and station accommodation, along with important phone numbers, web sites and contacts make this book a must for those going to the Kimberley for the first or thirtieth time.
4WD Treks Close to Sydney - Boiling Billy
4WD Treks Close to Sydney is your indispensible travelling
companion to twenty five of the best four-wheel drive adventurers within a
couple of hours drive from the city. There are day trips as well as weekend
adventurers from the beaches to the mountains exploring secluded and long
forgotten gold mining towns, sojourns through lush rainforest and treks to the
top of remote mountain peaks with panoramas that stretch for kilometers in
With comprehensive and easy to follow route directions, 4WD Treks Close to Sydney is your passport to some of the best picnic, walking, camping, swimming, fishing and four-wheel driving destinations on Sydney's doorstep.
Car Touring & Bushwalking Southern Flinders Ranges
This book is the first comprehensive car touring and bushwalking guide to the magnificent Southern Flinders Ranges. It includes both well-known, easily visited places such as Wilpena Pound and wild, trackless country accessible only on foot.
There are 30 specially prepared maps to guide you on your way. The 15 Locations (places of interest), 15 Drives (tours in the car) and 38 Bushwalks cover outstanding features such as national parks, aboriginal painting and engraving sites, conservation parks, ghost towns, gorges, historic towns, lookouts, mine ruins, mountain ranges, pastoral ruins and railway relics. There is something for everyone, from short trips in the car and on foot, to long car tours and extended walks through rugged terrain.
The High Country 4WD Explorer Map - Hema Maps
The Kimberley 4WD Explorer Map - Hema Maps