Individual maps cover an average area of approximately 2,400km2.
Maps show both man-made and natural features. Roads are symbolized to reflect their surface, accessibility and importance to the State network. Distances between major road intersections and the portrayal of selected addressed buildings aid vehicle navigation. All major reserved land and foot tracks are clearly defined. The shape of the ground is depicted by using a combination of contours (at a 20 metre vertical interval) and hillshading. Both forested and non-forested areas are shown.
This map is recommended for adventurous people who are likely to travel between 10 and 40 kilometres per day in rural or remote areas. The map is popular with bushwalkers, off-road enthusiasts, anglers and canoeists.