Anne Beadell Highway


  • 3rd Edition
  • Scale 1:1,500,000
  • Field Checked with GPS
  • Detail roads and tracks
  • National Parks and Reserves
  • Specific 4WD, caravan and camping information
  • Cultural, historical and tourist information
  • Informative text about the region
SKU: W004A Category:


The Anne Beadell Hwy is one of Len Beadell’s most famous roads built in the late 1950s to provide access to the first atomic bomb test site at Emu. Scale is 1:1.75 Million. Anne Beadell Highway starts at Coober Pedy and travels through Tallaringa Conservation Park, Mammungari Conservation Park and Neal Junction Nature Reserve before joining the White Cliffs Yamarna Road through to Laverton in Western Australia.

A feature of all Westprint maps is the amount of text of historic and tourist interest.

The map contains numbered symbols cross-referenced to detailed information on each numbered site. Intermediate and major distances are clearly shown and there are symbols for fuel locations, rest areas, caravan parks and camp sites. Early explorers routes have been colour-coded. There are also GPS co-ordinates.

Key Features
Detailed 4WD tracks
National parks
Specific 4WD, caravan and camping information
GPS surveyed roads & tracks
Heritage & tourist information

Additional information

Weight 0.126 kg

Folded, Laminated


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