Camping and Caravanning
Camps Australia Wide 6th Edition
The ultimate guide for the budget & freedom traveller
After the success of five editions, Camps Australia Wide has produced their sixth edition, with more sites, informative symbols and in full colour. This edition is A4 in size, has 408 pages and has been revised and updated with over 3,700 sites, thats 300 New sites.
Camps Australia Wide 6 includes the Hema Road Atlas, with the campsites positioned in their approximate locations on the maps.
This book is not just a guide to camping spots for certain areas, but encompasses the whole of Australia, showing rest areas, free camps, station stays, low-cost caravan parks, national parks, state forests, state parks and reserves.
Facilities at each site are depicted by symbols, including not only the standard ones, but those applicable to motorhomes, such as big rigs, maximum stay allowed, dump points, pets allowed, fees applicable. Descriptive icons include: close to road; pleasant outlook or vista; mobile phone coverage; dry weather access and author recommended sites. All sites now have GPS co-ordinates, and site access details have been expanded.
Included in this edition is a Public Dump Point list of over 400 dump point locations with addresses and GPS co-ordinates , as well as symbols to show suitability for cassettes, holding tanks,(and whether a fee is applicable), together with access suitability for big rigs.
All in all, an easy to use and comprehensive guide to rest areas and camp spots throughout Australia, a definite must have for all travellers.
Caravan Parks Australia Wide - Spiral
Australia's most comprehensive Caravan and Tourist Park publication.
A comprehensive guidebook to caravan and tourist parks across Australia, Caravan Parks Australia Wide will become a valuable resource for the caravanner and motorhomer as well as for travellers requiring cabin style accommodation. This edition is A4 size and has 345 pages with over 2300 listings.
Caravan Parks Australia Wide includes the latest Hema Road Atlas, and for ease of reference a caravan symbol is placed on each town, city or location where there is a park. The index lists all citys and towns with Caravan or Tourist parks, a key map will begin each state and territory which are defined with a different colour.
Facilities at each park are depicted by coloured informative symbols, including, not only the standard ones such as powered sites, en-suite sites, tent sites, BBQ, pool, pets allowed etc, but also those relative to large motorhomes ie. large sites, drive thru sites, dump points. The approximate cost is depicted by a pricing symbol.
Being able to plan a trip by checking the map on your planned routes for caravan symbols, referencing the index and then seeing at glace what parks and facilities are available, will make it easy to choose a park that suits your needs.
All in all, an easy to use and comprehensive guide to Caravan and Tourist Parks throughout Australia, a definite 'must have' for all travellers.
Camping Guide to South Australia - Boiling Billy
Now in full colour with a 37 page state-wide touring atlas for referencing campsites, the new, full revised and updated Camping Guide to South Australia contains details to over 400 camp sites in National Parks, Forest Reserves, Conservation Parks and outback areas throughout South Australia.
With over 240 colour pics along with 20 detailed park and reserve maps, this fully field checked third edition is a must for travellers who wish to camp while discovering South Australia's natural beauty. Details about dog friendliness and camper trailer access, along with accessibility for caravans is also included as standard for these detailed camping guides
Camping & Caravanning Guide to the Murray River - Craig Lewis & Cathy Savage
Experience the very best camping and caravanning destinations along the length of the Murray with this detailed full-colour directory to over 200 sites. With the Camping & Caravanning Guide to the Murray River, you'll find a comprehensive listing of more than 70 parks, forests, reserves and caravan parks where you can pitch your tent, roll out your swag or park up your van. This first edition provides concise and accurate details to camping and caravanning areas along the course of the Murray, through New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, including the High Country, Riverina regions and the route down to Adelaide.
The guide covers: National Parks; State Forests; State Parks; Riverside Reserves; Outback Areas. Boiling Billy have taken the material from the three relevant state camping guides, increased the number of campsites and have added all the important caravan parks to create a truly comprehensive guide to the region.
Soft cover. 250 pages. Full colour. approx. 220mm X 150mm.
Camping Guide to New South Wales - Boiling Billy
Now in its 5th edition, this bestselling camping guidebook to the national parks, state parks, state forests and riverside reserves in New South Wales is now full colour and has been completely revised and updated with extensive field checking. Expanded to an impressive 420 pages, there are details on more than 650 campsites in over 250 parks, forests and reserves. This new edition now includes a comprehensive 56 page road atlas of New South Wales for easy referencing of campsites along with 47 detailed park and reserve maps.
Concise access information to each site as well as caravan access and dog friendliness is what readers have come to rely on from this informative guidebook. Symbols indicate facilities and activities available to campers at each site. A feature of all Boiling Billy camping guides is the inclusion of a symbol indicating camper trailer accessible sites.
Camping Guide to Northern Territory - Boiling Billy
Now in it's 3rd edition, Camping Guide to the Northern Territory has been completely updated to cover all the national parks, conservation reserves, nature parks and roadside rest areas throughout the Northern Territory with details more than 200 campsites as well as details on over 120 rest areas.
Now in full colour with stunning photographs as well as a 38 page Northern Territory road atlas which references every campsite listed in the guide. As users of Boiling Billy guides have come to expect, there is concise access information to each site as well as camper trailer and caravan access and dog friendliness. Symbols indicate facilities and activities available to campers at each site. There are also GPS references for campsites.
Camping Guide to Queensland - Boiling Billy
This revised third edition is the most up-to-date camping directory to the national parks, state forests, conservation reserves and roadside rest areas throughout Queensland. Containing 208 pages, Camping Guide to Queensland includes 15 maps and details 518 campsites in 210 parks and reserves as well as information on 90 rest areas.
Like all Boiling Billy Publications Camping Guides there is concise access information to each site including camper trailer and caravan accessability as well as dog friendliness. Symbols indicate facilities and activities available to campers at each site. There are also GPS references to selected campsites.
Camping Guide to Tasmania - Boiling Billy
Experience the very best camping destinations in Tasmania with this full-colour, fully updated and detailed directory to over 200 campsites. Featuring a comprehensive listing of more than 50 parks, forests and reserves where you can pitch your tent, roll out your swag or unhitch your van, this expanded 4th edition of Tasmania's favourite, best-selling camping guide provides concise and accurate details to camping areas throughout the whole state, including some of Australia's most celebrated bush and mountain areas such as Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair and Freycinet National Parks.
This new edition now includes a comprehensive 12 page road atlas of Tasmania for easy referencing of campsites along with 5 regional maps and 12 detailed park and reserve maps. Includes detailed access information to each site as well as 4WD, camper trailer, campervan, motorhome and caravan access as well as dog friendliness is what readers have come to rely on from this informative guidebook. Symbols indicate facilities and activities available to campers at each site.
Camping Guide to Victoria - Boiling Billy
This is the first in the new, full colour and fully revised state-based camping guides from Boiling Billy. Now with it's own 27 page, full colour road atlas for easily locating campsites and reserves, there is an additional 45 detailed park and forest maps to compliment the 8 region maps. Expanded to a huge 352 full colour pages, this all new fourth edition now details over 690 campsites in national parks, state parks, state forests, foreshore reserves and scenic reserves throughout Victoria.
There is accurate access information - many with GPS coordinates - to all parks, forests and reserves where you can camp as well as a comprehensive listing of facilities and activities available at each campsite. Includes dog friendly sites as well as 4WD only access sites. The inclusion of a symbol indicating camper trailer accessible sites is now standard.
Camping Guide to Western Australia - Boiling Billy
Fully revised and updated second edition camping guidebook to the national parks, conservation reserves, nature parks and roadside rest areas throughout Western Australia. This 192 page guide includes over 30 maps and details more than 350 campsites in more than 150 parks and reserves as well as information on 114 rest areas.
Like all Boiling Billy Publications Camping Guides there is concise access information to each site as well as camper trailer, caravan and dog friendliness. Symbols indicate facilities and activities available to campers at each site.
Bush Camping With Dogs
The much anticipated, completely revised and updated 2nd edition of ‘Bush Camping with Dogs’ was released in April 2011. Researched, designed and produced by Flat Earth Mapping, this handy guidebook contains maps and photos as well as information on activities and facilities at each campsite listed in an easy to use format.
Now with 208 pages and 1300 camp sites around Australia where dogs are permitted, this book is the perfect choice for anyone travelling with their dog and camping out with a 4WD and camper trailer, car and tent, caravan or motorhome.
Cape York An Adventurers Guide - Ron & Viv Moon
Comprehensive trek notes and GPS points cover the many routes throughout the area, giving access details to camp sites, scenic spots and places to visit. Detailed information 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 Top
-Normanton & the Gulf
-Along the Savannah Way
By Ron & Viv Moon
The Kimberley an Adventurers Guide - Ron & Viv Moon
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.
Cape York Atlas & Guide - Hema Maps
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.
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.
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