Atlas of Australia
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|Location of Australia|
|Map of Australia|
|Topography of Australia|
Maps of divisions
This section holds maps of the administrative divisions.
|Map of Australian states and territories|
This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Australia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Australia.
|Australia discoveries by Europeans before 1813|
|In 1770 Captain James Cook rediscovers the region and claims it for Britain. This leads in 1778 to the formation of the colony of New South Wales. This map shows Australia as part of the British Empire.|
|Census of 1921|
This section holds copies of original general maps more than 70 years old.
|First map of Australia (Jave la Grande) from Nicholas Vallard's atlas, 1547|
|Le pôle antarctique, by Jacques de Vaux, Premières Œuvres (traité d'hydrographie), 1583|
|Hollandia Nova, 1659 map prepared by Joan Blaeu based on voyages by Abel Tasman and Willem Jansz, this image shows a French edition of 1663|
|A map of the East Indies, from William Dampier's New Voyage Round the World, published 1697|
|New Holland Map by William Dampier, 1699|
|Map of Sydney from 1789|
|Pre 1904 map of Australia|
|Historical map of Australia, Bibliothek allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens für Militäranwärter, 1905|
|Map of Australia from The New Student's Reference Work, 1914|
|*Major vegetation groups in Australia as identified by the National Land and Water Resources|
Geological and similar maps
Notes and references