Prior to the pandemic, the Australian bushfire season made headlines around the world. Three months on and the devastation can still be felt as bushfire recovery efforts and financial assistance have slowed amid the health crisis. However, as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews reassures, “we have not forgotten [those affected]”, nor have we forgotten the incredible sacrifices and tireless efforts our emergency services have made and continue to make in protecting our communities.
Now that you know how to choose a map, let’s learn how to use it! Darren Edwards of Trail Hiking Australia knows a thing or two about maps, and is here to share his knowledge. With some basic knowledge and a good ol’ compass, you’ll be steering the way in no time.
If you’ve ever gone hiking and felt a bit ill-prepared, you’re not alone. Darren Edwards of Trail Hiking Australia has met plenty of hikers who can’t quite find their way. However, with a great map and some basic knowledge, you’ll be steering the way in no time.
Spatial Vision’s extensive range of Outdoor Recreation Guides cover fourteen distinct bushwalking regions throughout Victoria and New South Wales. Each guide contains their own standalone coloured cover, making it easily accessible and identifiable.
The Murray River is one of the most popular tourist locations in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia for watersports, fishing and recreation.
SV Maps is a mapping company owned by Spatial Vision. We design, create and publish a range of award-winning and innovative digital and hard copy maps to assist people plan their adventures or next holiday.
Spatial Vision was recently commissioned by Emergency Management Victoria (EMV), to update the Victorian State Command Centre wall map.
You would think that there are no excuse for people getting lost these days with smart phones, GPS and map apps, but they do.
Spatial Vision has produced new information boards for key tourist locations along the Mornington Peninsula, providing enhanced information for park visitors.
An Australian-made Chinese language Map of Australia has been released. Spatial Vision launched the new map, the first produced in Australia, at the International Map Industry Association Asia Pacific Conference being held this week in Melbourne.