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1853 Japanese World Map
1862 Japanese Map of Australia
Freycinet Map of 1811. The first full map of Australia to be published
Ottoman map of Australia (1894)
1860 map of Australia. Includes illustrations: Escaped convicts in the bush, native, arrival of an emigrant ship, hunting the kangaroo
The British colonies of Australia, 1845
1802 map of Australia, South East Asia and the South West Pacific, Japan and western China
1813 map of Australia, New Zealand & New Guinea
In 1830, Thomas J. Maslen imagined a big river in the middle of Australia
Australia 1851
Before the beginning of the 19th century, Australia did not have an official name. Here are some names given to Australia on maps at the end of the 18th century
1882 map of Australia by C.F.Weiland. The Northern Territory is shown as 'Nord Australia' and 'Alexandra Land'
1886 map of Australia, showing 'North Australia' and 'Alexandra Land'
Western Australia, Swan River. 1860 Map of Southwestern Western Australia
Map of SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA from 1875.
A satellite map based on Thomas Maslen's map from his 1833 book "The Friend of Australia" where he argued the case for there being a huge river delta in the Australian continent.
Map of WESTERN AUSTRALIA from 1888.
Temperature and vegetation of Australia & New Zealand 1896
Adlard map of Australia with the very short-lived divisions of 1846.
Raised Relief Map of Australia and New Zealand (1880)
1802 map of Australia. One of the first that separated Tasmania from the mainland
Map of the Colony of Western Australia: from surveys of John Septimus Roe Esq. Surveyor Gen' and from other Official Documents in the Colonial Office and Admiralty from 1856.
Map of Australien in Mercators Projection entworfen C.F.Weiland from 1862. Very detailed large scale map of of Australia with extensive inland information including the tracks of numerous explorers, with insets of New South Wales and South Australia.
Race to the Gold Diggings of Australia, c.1855
1847 map of "Australia Felix"
Proposed Divisions of Australia, with the Iberian Peninsula as a Measure of Scale (1838)
1815 Map of Australia, New Guinea and the eastern islands of Indonesia - Carte de la Nouvelle Hollande.
The original 1837 street plan for Adelaide, Australia by Colonel William Light
Ottoman Map of Australia (1803)
Map of proposed subdivisions of Australia from 1838
Australia 1852, showing huge areas still to be mapped
The City of Sydney, Australia 1888
Map of Australia and New Zealand, showing the routes of explorers, 1872
Australia 1880
19th century proposed divisions of Australia
German map of Australia and Oceania (1872)
Sketch of the coast of Australia and the supposed entrance of the Great River, Thomas J. Maslen, 1830
Chart depicting Marshall Islands' locations, as well as wave and swell patterns in the ocean. Made of wooden sticks, 19th century.
Australia in 1839. Population - New South Wales 78,000 ; Van Diemen Land 43,000 ; Port Phillip 3,000 ; South Australia 13,000 ; Western Australia 4,000 ; 141,000
Mean annual rainfall of Australia in 1890
Literacy in the Hungarian territories of Austria-Hungary (1890)
Australian Constitutional Referendums, 1899–1900, These votes united the 6 British colonies of Australia under a federal constitution.
"1838 FAILED 10-STATE AUSTRALIA PROPOSAL": Published in the Journal of The Royal Geographical Society in London, this map urged for the creation of 10 states on the continent - Dampieria, Victoria, Tasmania, Nuytsland, Carpentaria, Torresia, Cooksland, Guelphia, Van Diemen's Land, & Flindersland
Map of Australien from 1876.Extremely detailed map of Australia, with extensive inland exploration information dated 1876, with inset of Sydney Harbour.
1840 map of Australia - by A. Arrowsmith
Extent of exploration of Australia, 1868
Discovery of Australia c. 1840
New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia (1864) - by J. Bartholomew
1806 Cary Map of Asia, Polynesia, and Australia - Geographicus - Asia-cary-1806
1852 Bocage Map of Australia and Polynesia - Geographicus - Oceanie-bocage-1852
Map of South Australia. Southern Part. from 1879.
Map of New South Wales from 1877. Informative small map of New South Wales noting, gold fields coloured in yellow and coal in purple. Inset map of Australia at lower left.
Map of the 1893 flood in Brisbane, Australia
1827 Finley Map of Asia and Australia - Geographicus - Asia-finley-1827
1814 Thomson Map of Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea
NW Australia 1885
1870 Johnson Map of Australia, the East Indies, and Southeast Asia - Geographicus - Australia-johnson-1870
Map of Queensland, Australia 1881
1877 Map of a Proposed Railway Extension in Sydney, Australia
Map of Western Australia Containing the Settlements of Swan River, the proposed colony of Australind, and King Georg's Sound from recent Surveys's sent to the Colonial Office. Van-Diemen Island from 1833.
Australia 1829
1897 administrative map of the Marshall Islands, Pacific Ocean
1849 S.D.U.K. Map of Tasmania or Van Diemen's Land and Western Australia - Geographicus - VanDiemen-sduk-1849
1827 Finley Map of the Eastern Hemisphere showing Africa, Asia, Europe and Australia
(1899) MAP OF AUSTRALIA - comp. by Irvine
1861 Johnson and Browning Map of Australia (First Edition) - Geographicus - Australia-johnson-1861
1873 Stieler Map of the Eastern Hemisphere (Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, Pacific)
Schutzgebiet der Marshall-Inseln-Deutscher Kolonialatlas 1897-Nauru (Südwestl. Teil)
Schutzgebiet der Marshall-Inseln-Deutscher Kolonialatlas 1897-Nauru
1874 Mitchell Map of Australia, Polynesia and Hawaii - Geographicus - Polynesia-m-1874
1862 Johnson Map of Australia - Geographicus - Australia-johnson-1862
1865 Johnson Map of Australia - Geographicus - Australia-j-65
1852 Levasseur Map of Australia and Polynesia (Oceanie) - Geographicus - Oceanie-levasseur-1852
1876 Stieler's Map of Southeastern Australia - Geographicus - AustraliaEast-s-76
1818 Pinkerton Map of Australia and New Zealand - Geographicus - AustraliaNewZealand-pinkerton-1818
1818 Pinkerton Map of Australia ^ New Zealand - Geographicus - Australia-pinkerton-1818
1801 Cary Map of the Eastern Hemisphere (Asia, Africa, Australia)
1855 Spruner Map of Australia and Polynesia with an overview of Discoveries and Colonization - Geographicus - AustraliaPolynesia-spruner-1855
1818 Pinkerton Map of the Eastern Hemisphere (Asia , Africa , Europe , Australia)
1818 Pinkerton Map of the Eastern Hemisphere (Asia , Africa , Europe , Australia)
In 1865 George Goyder, Surveyor-General, was asked to map the boundary between those areas that received good rainfall and those experiencing drought in South Australia. This is called Goyder's Line - and it's continually moving south because of climate change
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