----- Original Message -----
From: "John Cleverdon" <johnc@...
To: "LocoShed email list" <LocoShed@...
>; "LRRSA email list"
Sent: Saturday, April 14, 2012 11:40 AM
Subject: [LRRSA] Topographic maps of NSW
> Hello all,
> A little OT, but for those who may be interested, it is possible to
> downloaded 1:25,000 topographic maps of NSW in an amended format for use
> with /OziExplorer /software.
> The maps are at: http://maps.festy.org/downloads/ozi/NSW/25k/
> maps are at: http://www.cartodraft.com.au/topographic_maps_australia.shtml
> The OziExplorer software can be downloaded from:
> Note that the symbology has been changed a little from the printed maps,
> especially for point features; and not all text labels are shown.
> If you have any friends who are in to 4Wd'ing, they could be interested
> in these maps as well (which is how I came across them - 4WD'ing is a
> more recent interest of mine).
> Similar maps for Victoria (based on Victorian 1:25,000/50,000
> topographic maps) can be downloaded from:
with an index map at:
> Alternatively, official NSW topographic maps and aerial photography can
> be viewed online at: http://lite.maps.nsw.gov.au/
(the latter site includes some 1940's
> Sydney aerial photography)