The Karijini National Park, located in the Pilbara region in the north-west of Western Australia, attracts around 100 000 visitors a year which equates to about 300 visitors a day. Underlying the natural beauty of the area with its sheer gorges, waterfalls and swimming holes is an extremely harsh and fragile environment.
This double sided sheet has a topographic map at 1:100 000 scale on one side and a satellite image of the same area on the other side.
Thismap uses high-resolution satellite imagery and aerial photography to highlight cultural features such as buildings, roads, mining infrastructure, dams and bores, terrain and major tourist sites. The map also provides important information relating to vegetation.
- 1st Edition
- June 2005
- 125 x 230 x 7 mm
- 100 g
- Folded Map
- 1:100 000