The Hattah-Kulkyne National Park contains one of Australia's most unique wetland eco-systems. World renowned for its intricate lakes system and wide variety of flora and fauna, the Hattah-Kulkyne National Park has until now, never been shown in detail on a commercially available map.
The Hattah-Kulkyne Map Guide fills the breach, providing a wealth of information on the park and its surrounds in an easy-to-read map. The map is designed not only for use at the park, but can also be used as a planning tool. The comprehensive list of telephone numbers, book references and the incisive text will make your next trip to the Hattah-Kulkyne National Park even more enjoyable and informative.
Designed primarily for the camper, bushwalker, fisherman, four-wheel-driver or day-tripper, this new edition of map contains the latest data available and was field checked in October 2010, making it the most current map available of the area.
The 1:75,000 park map details the whole park and adjoining Murray-Kulkyne Park. Features include creeks and lakes, tracks and roads, cultural and historical features, as well as fences and other linear features to help navigation. The main camp grounds (Hattah and Mournpall) are enlarged on the reverse of the map at a scale of 1:30,000. These enlargements highlight the facilities and walking tracks around the camp grounds.
Accompanying the map is a generous amount of text and photography highlighting the park's history, flora and fauna, and conservation. There are also sections covering local information, web links, further reading, and local tour operators. The map folds to a handy pocket size of 215 x 99 mm and is printed on a hard wearing paper suitable for the rigours of the mallee outback.
Map opens out to 594mm x 420mm, printed on both sides