A truly unique work, this map of the Pacific Islands illustrates the sovereignty and mandate boundaries of the islands. This map was published in December 1921 in an issue of National Geographic that was entirely devoted to the islands of the Pacific. A compelling piece for collectors and those interested in the history of the region.
Explore the islands and coastlines of the Pacific with this thorough map of the region. With inset maps of dozens of islands and instructive details such as ship routes, naval bases, time zone boundaries and more, this map makes a wonderful collector's piece. Published in December 1936, it accompanied an article entitled "Flying the Pacific."
An exceptional historical piece, this map was published in February 1942 with an article entitled "Facts about the Philippines." Time zones, ship routes, and naval bases, make this a valuable map for collectors and those interested in World War II.
Published in September 1943 during World War II, this map of the Pacific Ocean and the Bay of Bengal contains an abundance of detail. With inset maps of over fifty islands, boundaries and notes showing the political administration of islands, typical storm tracks, time zones, and both airline and nautical distances, this work makes a fine addition to any map collection.
A fascinating piece, this map of the Pacific was published in December 1952 and included inset maps of dozens of islands. Particular features that make this map noteworthy are weather stations, ocean currents, and prevailing winds. A great companion to the Pacific Ocean map of 1936.
This map of the Pacific Ocean includes Australia, the Pacific Islands, and the continental coastlines that border the ocean. Inset maps provide detail of some of the larger islands groups. Published in April 1962, this map accompanied an article on New Zealand and the map of New Zealand, New Guinea and the Principal Pacific Islands.
This map vividly combines ocean bathymetry, reef detail and geographical relief to bring the Pacific Islands region to life. Includes inset maps of fifty islands and island groups. Published in April 1962 with a map of the Pacific Ocean and an article on New Zealand.
This distinctive physical map of the Pacific Ocean floor appeared in the October 1969 issue of National Geographic as a supplement to the map of the Pacific. The detail of such submarine terrain as continental slopes, fracture zones, and the countless seamounts is stunning. A true work of art, and a wonderful companion to the ocean floor maps of the Indian (1967), Atlantic (1968), and Arctic (1971).
This detailed map of the Pacific Ocean contains a wealth of historical notes, including the splashdown points of the Appollo missions in 1968 and 1969. Published in October 1969 to accompany the "Pacific Ocean Floor" map. Similar in style to ocean maps of the Atlantic (1968) and Arctic (1971).
The Discoverers of the Pacific map was published in December 1974 as half of a two-map set with the Islands of the Pacific map and the article "The Coming of the Polynesians." An educational work, this map contains an abundance of information about Pacific Islanders, their shipbuilding techniques, types of canoes, and how they navigated using the stars, birds, and other natural data.
This map of the Pacific Islands shows ocean currents, prevailing winds, political administration boundaries, and includes historical notes. Published in December 1974 to accompany the article "The Coming of the Polynesians."
This attractive physical map of the Pacific Ocean floor appeared in the June 1992 issue of National Geographic. It contains an article entitled "Deep-Sea Vents: Worlds Without Sun" and additional information on the life forms that thrive in the deepest waters of the Pacific. The map's detail of such submarine terrain as fracture zones, troughs, trenches, and the countless seamounts is stunning. A wonderful companion to the ocean floor map of the Indian Ocean which appeared in the same issue.
Auckland and 25 Regional Towns Complete Street Directory: comprehensive, indexed, 160-page, spiral-bound street directory with all the sections clearly colour-coded for easy reference. Scales vary, with the main part of the atlas at 1:25,000, Northern Towns at 1:27,500 or 1:30,000 and West Auckland at 1:75.000.An enlargement shows the central area of Auckland at a more detailed scale of 1:11.000. Also included is a map of the whole region at 1:175,000. Comprehensive 44-page index includes lists of coastal and water features, parks, reserves and forest, motor camps and dumps stations, golf courses, shopping centres, etc.Towns covered are: Algies Bay, Awana, Beachlands, Clarks Beach, Clevendon, Glenbrook Beach, Helensville, Kawakawa Bay, Leigh, Mahurangi East, Maraetai, Medlands, Muriwai Beach, Omaha, Parakai, Piha, Point Wells, Pukekohe, Snells Beach, Tryphena, Tuakau, Waiheke Island, Waimauku, Waiwere, Warkworth and Wellsford.
A comprehensive, indexed, 183-page, spiral-bound street directory. The main part of the atlas is in scale 1:25,000, Northern Towns at 1:27,500 or 1:30,000 and central city maps in 1:11,000. Regional maps are in 1:175,000 or 1:250,000. A comprehensive 55-page index includes lists of coastal and water features, parks, reserves and forest, motor camps and dumps stations, golf courses, shopping centers, etc.Towns covered are: Algies Bay, Awana, Beachlands, Clarks Beach, Clevendon, Glenbrook Beach, Helensville, Kawakawa Bay, Leigh, Mahurangi East, Maraetai, Medlands, Muriwai Beach, Omaha, Parakai, Piha, Point Wells, Pukekohe, Snells Beach, Tryphena, Tuakau, Waiheke Island, Waimauku, Waiwere, Warkworth and Wellsford.
Auckland and environs in a series of maps covering various districts of New Zealand, with each title combining a detailed road map with street plans of local towns, all with road and street indexes. The maps are published in two formats: handy Pocket Maps or Pathfinders with, as the publishers put it “Larger print so you don’t squint”.The road maps, typically around 1:175,000 - 1:275,000, show local roads and 4WD tracks. Main sightseeing routes across the country, such as the Pacific Road Highway or Thermal Explorer Highway, are identified by small icons. Railways, local airports and where appropriate, ferry routes are shown. The maps also include selected local hiking tracks. A range of symbols highlight various places of interest and sport or recreational facilities. Topography is indicated by names of mountain ranges and selected peaks. Colouring shows forested areas, with national parks and reserves highlighted. The maps have no geographical coordinates but each one has an index listing names of local roads.Each title also includes numerous street plans of the main centres of population in the area covered by the road map. The plans are usually at 1:25,000 to 1:35,000, and for larger towns an enlargement of the town centre is also provided. The plans shows one way streets, public buildings and various facilities, including sport and recreational centres and, almost invariably, public toilets. Each plan has a separate street index.*In this title:* Auckland city centre at 1:11,000 scale on one side and a regional map at 1:200,000 on the reverse.
Prepare your trip to Auckland and the Northland region and plan your itinerary with this road map of the Australian publisher Hema. Photographs and descriptions of points of interest on reverse.
A complete map of Greater Auckland from Torbay in the north to Drury in the south & Swanson in the west to Whitford in the east. Includes Pukekohe and a large-scale, detailed central city map. This comprehensive large Auckland map makes an excellent planning map. Fully indexed. Product 260.
Street plan of the whole of Auckland with enlargements for the city centre and Takapuna, a small map of the city's environs and a comprehensive street index. The main plan covers the whole area at 1:40,000, showing names of different suburbs and clearly indicating exits from the city onto various tourist routes. One way streets, car parks, railway lines with stations, ferry terminals, public buildings, etc. are marked. The enlargement at 1:1:20,000 shows central Auckland in greater detail. Also included is an enlargement showing Takapuna district.
Auckland - Coromandel region of New Zealand's North Island, including Thames, Hamilton and Tauranga, on a detailed, indexed road map at 1:250,000 from Kiwimaps, with extensive tourist information including a table of facilities in local campsites, a comprehensive index, etc.Maps in a series indicate unsurfaced roads and 4WD tracks, and show names of both major highways (Pacific Coast, Highway, Great Alpine Highway, Southern Scenic Route, etc.) and of minor rural roads. Main hiking tracks, railways and ferry routes are also marked. National parks and nature reserves are highlighted, and an extensive range of symbols indicates places of interest, Lord of the Rings locations, numerous sport facilities, motor home/caravan parks and dump stations, interesting geographical features, etc. Topography is shown by subtle but effective relief shading. The maps have no geographical coordinates.On the reverse each title has an index of both localities and names of rural roads, and lists geographical features such as mountains and passes, motor home and caravan sites, parks and reserves, etc. Also provided is a table showing what facilities are available in the local Department of Conservation campsites.
Folded color topographic/rural road map of Auckland to Coromandel. Indexed with named rural roads from Snells Beach north of Auckland right down to Tauranga including the Coromandel district. Product 250-3.
Map includes:Great Barrier Reef - nature parks, reserves - aboriginal lands - hypsometry, shaded contours - shipping routes with distances - main railways - administrative regions - index.
Swirl and sip your favorite Barossa Valley Shiraz or a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc while reflecting on where these fine wines came from. Explore Australia's vast and rugged topography and New Zealand's largely mountainous terrain and be amazed that viticulture found its way to either place. Australia's Geographical Indications and New Zealand's wine regions are featured on this one-of-a-kind, beautiful map.
Road map of Australia with legend, conventional signs and significant points of interest. Insets of New Zealand and Sydney. Index on reverse.
This road map of Australia includes a city map of Sydney with the legend and significant points of interest noted in English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Polish and Czech. Also features 650 travel highlights. Indices of place names, streets and points of interest on the back side.
The Polynesia Western Map Pack includes three separate maps: Solomon Islands, Fiji Islands, and Tonga Islands. The Solomon Islands map provides detailed coverage of the islands at 1:900,000 scale and is the only available travel map for the Solomon Islands. The Fiji Islands map shows elevation by shaded relief and provides information about roads, tracks, railways, ferries and cargo vessels, airports, national parks, cities and other settlements, accommodations, beaches, diving & snorkeling, surfing, cruises, temples, ports, bus stations, gas stations, post offices, medical facilities, museums, archaeological sites, mines, oases, caves, beaches, hiking, and more. The reverse side of the map features close up maps of Viti Levu & Vanua Levu and Suva City. The Tonga Islands map is the only available travel map of Tonga in print and includes inset maps of Neiafu and Nuku'Alofa.
Folded color map covers the tropical Far North Queensland in extensive detail. Contains inset maps of Cooktown, Daintree, Kuranda, Mossman, Cairns, and Port Douglas. One side of the map shows the various driving routes from Cairns to Cooktown. The CREB Track, Daintree Road, Bloomfield Track and Penninsula Developmental Road are all shown.
Folded topographic and road map of Christchurch and the Canterbury region of New Zealand. Indexed with named rural roads form Greta Valley in North Canterbury down to Temuka. Also covering Ashburton, Banks Peninsula and the Canterbury Plains.