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  1. Queensland

    Hawthorn, Vic. ; Oakland, CA : Lonely Planet Publications, 1996-

    This guide features an extensive range of accommodation options: 5-star hotels and island resorts, B&B and guesthouses, old country pubs and bush camps, remote cattle stations and camp grounds. Coverage of all major attractions is included, as well as tips for getting off the beaten track. Detailed trip notes are provided for the Cape York Peninsula, the gulf of Savannah and outback Queensland. There is also coverage of the Great Barrier Reef and islands off the coast. The book also features information on national parks throughout the state, from tropical rainforests to arid rocky deserts, as well as notes on walking tracks, flora and fauna. Details on outdoor activities, such as scuba diving, bushwalking, horse-riding and cycling, are also covered.

  2. Queensland

    New York, 1897

  3. Queensland

    London, 1896

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  1. Sunmap tourist map Cairns and district: / Your official holiday guide, including the Mulgrave shire

    Queensland. Division of Geographic Information

    Panel title. Relief shown by shading. "© Crown copyright reserved, printed August 1993." Ancillary maps: district map, towns of Edmonton, Gordonval...

  2. Brisbane and suburbs

    Queensland. Survey Office

    Relief shown by contours. Shows suburban and street names, post offices, telephones, posting boxes, and railway lines. Shows radial distance lines ...

  3. Map illustrating the overland expedition from Port Denison to Cape York, (Australia) under the command of F & A. Jardin Esq. to accompany Mr. Richardson's paper

    Richardson, Arthur J.

    Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Route of the party and their camps is marked in red. From: the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society...

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