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South Australia’s Waters – an Atlas and Guide

By Sue Richards last modified Sep 29, 2010 02:02 PM

Published: 2010-09-29 14:02:23
Countries: Australia

The first edition of the BIASA publication, "South Australia’s Waters, an Atlas and Guide" was released to the Australian recreational boating market in late 2005 and enjoyed phenomenal response, selling out within eighteen months.

A new improved second edition is now available with over 200 maps and charts covering every inch of South Australia’s inland and coastal areas including the River Murray, Lower Lakes and the Coorong.

Improvements include a soft cover, more flexible binding arrangements, the introduction of new indexing and referencing systems and the inclusion of nearly forty new maps, all dedicated to around a further seventy boating destinations, in country areas of South Australia.

The Atlas, with over 200 maps and charts at scales of 1:20 000 and 1:50 000, covers every inch of South Australian inland and coastal areas including the River Murray, Lower Lakes and the Coorong. The guide also covers accommodation, diving, activities, ramps, fuel availability and pumpout stations, bait, and recommended environmental practice.

Copies of the new Atlas will be available at a retail, GST inclusive price, of $69.95 (plus cost of packaging and posting) from the Boating Industry Association of South Australia.

More information at www.boatingsa.com.au

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