Westprint Heritage Maps are designed to provide the traveller with a guide to understanding the history and environment through which you travel on outback tracks. This map contains notes on the history of the surveying and building of the Stock Route by Alfred Canning and the subsequent well reconditioning by Snell. The map is clear with symbols referring to textual information provided on the back of the map explaining each point of interest, surrounding flora and fauna.
Westprint Maps are highly regarded maps for desert areas. The maps are very clear to read and have road distances, rest areas, and fuel outlets noted.
This is one of the longest isolated roads in the world being approximately 2000 Km from end to end, with few if any services available along the way.