Aus Mapped



Check out the map below to follow along with my fourteen-month trek around the Australian coastline.
I didn't cover everything I had hoped to, but my starting and ending points have nearly 8,000 kilometers of coastline between them.
If you take into account all my stops, detours, and backtracking, I covered an estimated 15,000 kilometers or 9,300 miles.
All travel was completed via train, bus or automobile! Click on the links below to see what I got up to in each place.



QUEENSLAND ACT (AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY)
★ 1: Cairns ★ 16: Canberra, Belmont Forrest
★ 2: Far North Queensland: Rossville, Cooktown, Bloomfield
★ 3: Tablelands: Ravenshoe, Mt. Garnet, Atherton, Yungaburra VICTORIA
★ 4: Gympie ★ 24: Raymond Island
★ 5: Mackay ★ 25: Melbourne, St. Kilda
★ 6: Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Islands ★ 26: Lorne, Cape Otway
★ 7: Townsville, Magnetic Island ★ 27: Great Ocean Road
★ 8: Hervey Bay, Fraser Island ★ 28: Cape Bridgewater
★ 9: Brisbane, Mount Cotton, North Stradbroke Island ★ 29: Grampians National Park
★ 10: Noosa Heads, Noosa Beach ★ 30: Mildura
NEW SOUTH WALES SOUTH AUSTRALIA
★ 11: Byron Bay, Byron Hinterland ★ 32: Auburn, Clare Valley
★ 12: Coffs Harbour ★ 33: Adelaide
★ 13: Port Macquarie ★ 34: Iron Knob
★ 14: Barrington, Gloucester ★ 35: Penong
★ 15: Newcastle, Boat Harbour
★ 17: Sydney, Bondi, Manly WESTERN AUSTRALIA
★ 18: Coonabarabran, Warrumbungle National Park ★ 36: Caiguna
★ 19: Blue Mountains ★ 37: Perth, Fremantle, Joondalup, Yanchep National Park
★ 20: Scarborough, Corrimal Beach ★ 38: Margaret River
★ 21: Hyams Beach ★ 39: Lancelin
★ 22: Mimosa Rocks National Park ★ 40: Rottnest Island
★ 23: Mount Kosciuszko ★ 41: Mt. Lesueur National Park, Pinnacles Desert, Cervantes
★ 31: Mungo National Park