Author(s): Lonely Planet Publications Staff
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Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and an easy-fold format, Lonely Planet Australia Planning Mapis your conveniently-sized passport to traveling with ease. Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips. Withthis easy-to-use, full colour navigation tool in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of Australia, so begin your journey now!
CoversSydney, Byron Bay, Blue Mountains, Canberra, Melbourne, Goldfields, Great Ocean Road, Murray River, Brisbane, Great Barrier Reef, Whitsundays, The Daintree, Darwin, Kakadu National Park, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Hobart, Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Area, Kangaroo Island, Coober Pedy, South Australia's Wine Regions, Margaret River, Fremantle, Broome
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