Strzelecki Track Design Interaction
The Strzelecki Track was originally created by the cattle thief, Harry Redford, when he drove 1000 head of stolen cattle from Queensland along the Strzelecki Creek to Blanchewater Station, giving him the nickname, Captain Starlight. Although he was caught for his crime, he was not charged due to the audacious feat of blazing a new cattle stock route, making him a national hero of the day.
The track was actually named in 1845 by Charles Sturt and the area around Innamincka became famous due to the tragic events of the Burke and Wills Expedition. Today the area is largely occupied by the Santos Gas and Oil fields which branch out from Moomba and appear in most areas throughout the Strzelecki and Sturt Stony Deserts.
The Sectioned Maps will help you find everything of interest along the Track and point out potential road cautions in advance, supported by visual references, for the benefit of your safety.
The Track is sectioned into 7 parts (Section A-G). All Regional Roads and Public Access Routes. Full colour throughout. 28 pages including cover. 14 comprehensive map pages. All Tracks fully mapped with Garmin GPS 76CS. Datum WGS 84. Photographic references to associate with specific locations. Distances in kilometres. Elevations in metres. Colour coded track information indicating dips, crests, creek crossings, floodways, sharp bends, grids, gates, bogs, homestead tracks, historic sites. Photographic views. Geographic locations, towns and services. Size 180mm x 250mm spiral bound.
Book 2 – Strzelecki Track 2nd edition 2014
|Size:||250mm x 180mm|
|Binding:||Laminated board cover. Spiral bound.|
|Publication Date:||24 pages|
|Images (Colour or Mono)||Full Colour|