(0km) Ben Boyd car park information sign → Int. Boyds Tower and Lookout Trks
(0km) Ben Boyd Car park information sign → Red sands bay
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk heads along the track, keeping the the coast to the left. The track soon leads out of the heath and winds along the hillside, tending away from the coast (which disappears below the trees on the left). The walk then winds down into a gully with access to the rocks (below on your left). Rising up and out of the gully, the track winds across the hillside and then down into a rocky bay with an arrow marker. The walk continues across the red flat rock at the back of the bay, coming to the arrow marker pointing inland, in the middle of the bay.
Red sands bay
(2.44km) Red sands bay → Int. Light to Light and Leather Jacket Pt Trks
(2.85km) Int. Light to Light and Leather Jacket Pt Trks → Int. Light to Light and Leather Jacket View Trks
Turn left: From the intersection, this walk follows track marker down the hill, towards the ocean. The track leads downhill to a signposted intersection.
Veer right: From the intersection, this walk follows the track marker past a white post, keeping the ocean and the other service trail to the left of the track. The walk continues along the service trail for a short time to a signposted intersection.
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the track marker, leaving the fork in the trails behind and heading down the slight hill towards the ocean. The track continues down the hill to a signposted intersection.
(3.59km) Int. Light to Light and Leather Jacket View Trks → Leatherjacket Bay
Leather Jacket Bay
(4.66km) Leatherjacket Bay → Mowarry Bay car park
Turn left: From the intersection, this walk follows the sign to ‘Mowarry Point’ up the hill. The track winds up the hill to continue across the ridge, with the track soon heading down the hill over large speed bumps. The walk comes to a small bridge over a creek bed, after which it leads up a hill, tending left to head across the flat to an unsignposted intersection on the left.
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk heads down the hill, leaving a track behind on the left. This walk leads down into a saddle, to rise up again along a section of yellow dirt service trail. The track continues to undulate and wind for some time, with views of the ocean appearing on the left of the track under the trees. The track then leads down the hill, tending right for some time to the signposted cul-de-sac at Mowarry car park.
(7.33km) Mowarry Bay car park → Mowarry Creek Sth bank
Turn right: From the intersection, this walk follows the track marker down the stairs and upstream of the creek, to turn left across the rocky creek bed. The walk heads up the stairs, leading to a service trail.
(7.41km) Mowarry Creek Sth bank → Mowarry lookout
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk heads up the hill, keeping the ocean below on the left. The track winds up the hillside to a large signpost ‘Mowarry Point’. This walk follows the arrow to ‘Saltwater Creek 5.4km’ into an open grassland, following numerous track markers through the open grass area and patches of heath. The walk soon turns right, up the hill, keeping the ocean well below to the left of the track. The track then enters and winds through an area of heath. Many trees cover the tracks and trodden paths in this part of the walk. The track passes through these trees to a clearing with views towards Boyd Tower and waves crashing below.
Mowarry Point lookout
(9.16km) Mowarry Lookout → Red rocks
Veer right: From the signpost, the walk heads towards the next arrow sign within sight, keeping the ocean on the left. The walk crosses the pebbly beach to the arrow marker, where another can be seen further along the coast on the red rock shelf. The walk meanders across the rock shelf to the track marker, which points into the bush. The walk follows this arrow away from the coast and up the stairs into the heath, where the track winds for quite some time through the heath and then bush. The track then heads back through the bush, down onto a red rock platform above the sea. The walk continues down the rock platform following the arrow signs, with the sea on the left of the track, coming to be opposite a set of stairs (on the right of the track).
(11.74km) Red Rocks → Saltwater Creek Beach Nth
Saltwater Creek Beach
(13.22km) Saltwater Creek Beach Nth → Saltwater Creek Campsite Information Sign
Saltwater Creek campground
(13.41km) Saltwater Creek Campsite Information Sign → Saltwater Creek Beach Nth
(13.59km) Saltwater Creek Beach Nth → Saltwater Creek Beach Sth
(14.08km) Saltwater Creek Beach Sth → Hegartys Bay Camp
1 hr 18 mins
Continue straight: From the beach, this walk heads along the rock platform following the arrow markers. The walk winds around the rock features, then turns away from the ocean and lead up stairs into the bush behind the bay. The track winds above the bay (below on the left) for a short time, to then pass a fireplace and seats, before coming to a signposted clearing ‘Hegartys Bay Camping Area’ with bench seats and a fireplace.
Hegartys Bay camping area
End of day 1
(18.29km) Hegartys Bay Camp → Black cliffs south
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk follows the cairns and track markers along the rock, with the ocean to the left. The walk follows the rockshelf down to an area where it starts to slope down into the sea – this is marked by numerous cairns and an arrow on a boulder.
(20.23km) Black cliffs south → Bittangabee Creek
(21.66km) Bittangabee Creek → Imlay House Ruins
Veer right: From the intersection, the walk follows the sign ‘Via Ruins’ up the hill. The track tends right as it climbs, soon winding up to a large black wooden platform. This platform overlooks the ruins.
(22.24km) Imlay House Ruins → Bittangabee Bay Picnic area
Veer right: From the intersection, the walk heads down the hill towards the water. The track goes across a rocky creek bed to rise up the other side of the gully. The walk continues up the hill to soon find formed log road barriers on the right and then a signposted intersection and picnic area.
(22.54km) Bittangabee Bay Picnic area → Bittangabee Beach
Bittangabee Bay Beach
(22.54km) Bittangabee Bay Picnic Area → Int. Light to Light Trk and Bittangabee Storehouse Trk
Turn left: From the intersection, the walk follows the sign for ‘Walking Track’ (not the same direction as the ‘Beach’ arrow) down the hill. The track leads down the hill a short way to an arrow track marker.
(22.78km) Int. Light to Light Trk and Bittangabee Storehouse Trk → Int. Light to Light Trk and Bittangabee Storehouse Trail
Turn right: From the intersection, the walk leads up the hill, keeping the bay on your left and the storehouse ruins behind on the right. The track veers right, up the hill to a signposted intersection. At the end of this side trip, retrace your steps back to the main walk then Turn left .
Bittangabee Storehouse ruins
(22.78km) Int. Light to Light Trk and Bittangabee Storehouse Trk → Int. Light to Light Trk and Bittangabee Storehouse Trail
(22.87km) Int. Light to Light Trk and Bittangabee Storehouse Trail → Bittangabee Sth Headland Lookout
Southern Bittangabee Point lookout
(23.02km) Bittangabee Sth Headland Lookout → Int. Light to Light Walk and Pulpit Rock Rd Access
1 hr 10 mins
Continue straight: From the top of the stairs, this walk leads upstream of the creek, which is below on the right. The track follows this creek for some time, tending left away from it into the bush at times. The track winds slightly uphill for a while, then winds downhill to cross the rocky surface of another creek. The track heads up the hill and over the ridge before heading down to another creek bed. The track then leads up the hill to the cul-de-sac of a service trail.
(26.84km) Int. Light to Light Walk and Pulpit Rock Rd Access → Int. Light to Light Trk and Pulpit Rock Rd
Veer right: From the intersection, this walk follows the track marker along the hillside, keeping the ocean on the left of the track. The track passes a few overgrown service trails on either side, as it continues on to the signposted intersection with the main service trail.
(27.09km) Int. Light to Light Trk and Pulpit Rock Rd → Pulpit Rock
Continue straight: From the intersection, the walk heads down the stairs just near the lookout. The stairs lead onto the rock shelf, with stunning views to the north (left) and of waves crashing onto the rocks below. At the end of this side trip, retrace your steps back to the main walk then Turn left.
(27.09km) Int. Light to Light Trk and Pulpit Rock Rd → Ly-ee-moon Graveyard
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk heads through the heath following the arrow marker, and keeping the ocean on the left of the track. The track leads through the heath and Banksias for a short time, coming to a slightly overgrown service trail.
Continue straight: From the intersection, this walk keeps the ocean on the left of the track as it winds through the heath and the Banksias. The track soon becomes surrounded by melaleuca trees, which have many fallen branches. The track continues to a signposted intersection for ‘Ly-ee-moon Cemetery’.
(29.86km) Ly-ee-moon Graveyard → Green Cape Lighthouse Car park
(30.11km) Green Cape Lighthouse Car Park → Green Cape Lighthouse Telegraph Station
Green Cape Telegraph Station
Cape Lighthouse Keepers’ cottages
(30.21km) Green Cape Lighthouse Telegraph Station → Green Cape Lighthouse entry gate
Green Cape Lighthouse
(30.38km) Green Cape Lighthouse entry gate → Green Cape Lookout
Continue straight: From the intersection, the walk heads down the ridge, away from the lighthouse, passing a weather station to the right of the track. The walk then continues down the hill, passing an information sign before coming to the partially-fenced lookout over Green Cape.
Green Cape Lookout
(30.52km) Green Cape Lookout → Green Cape Lighthouse Car Park
Continue straight: From the intersection, the walk heads up the hill towards the lighthouse. The track heads past a helicopter landing pad (on the left of the track) and past a metal tower on the right. The walk continues to follow the wire fence on the right, until the ‘No Entry’ sign on the gate of the lighthouse.
Continue straight: From the gate, the walk heads up the hill towards the large solar panels. This walk keeps the houses and fence on the right of the track as it leads near the corner in the fence, where a signpost opposite states that a small white cottage structure is the ‘Telegraph Station’.
Continue straight: From the intersection, the walk heads in the opposite direction to the lighthouse, following the fence around the corner and then down the track through the heath. The walk continues down the grassy hill to the car park.
Maps for the Light to Light Walk 2 days walkYou can download the PDF for this walk to print a map.
These maps below cover the walk and the wider area around the walk, they are worth carrying for safety reasons.
|Narrabarba||1:25 000 Map Series||88232N NARRABARBA||NSW-88232N|
|Kiah||1:25 000 Map Series||88231S KIAH||NSW-88231S|
|Eden||1:25 000 Map Series||88231N EDEN||NSW-88231N|
|Green Cape||1:100 000 Map Series||8923 GREEN CAPE||8923|
|Eden||1:100 000 Map Series||8823 EDEN||8823|
Overview of this walks grade – based on the AS 2156.1 – 2001
Under this standard, a walk is graded based on the most difficult section of the walk.
|AS 2156.1||Gradient||Very steep (4/6)|
|Quality of track||Rough track, where fallen trees and other obstacles are likely (4/6)|
|Signs||Minimal directional signs (4/6)|
|Experience Required||No experience required (1/6)|
|Weather||Storms may impact on navigation and safety (3/6)|
|Infrastructure||Limited facilities (such as cliffs not fenced, significant creeks not bridged) (4/6)|
Some more details of this walks Grading
Here is a bit more details explaining grading looking at sections of the walk
20km of this walk has short steep hills and another 5km has gentle hills with occasional steps. Whilst another 4.7km is very steep and the remaining 960m is flat with no steps.
Quality of track
19km of this walk follows a formed track, with some branches and other obstacles and another 11km follows a rough track, where fallen trees and other obstacles are likely. The remaining (1.1km) follows a clear and well formed track or trail.
17km of this walk has directional signs at most intersection and another 10km has minimal directional signs. The remaining (3.9km) is clearly signposted.
This whole walk, 31km requires no previous bushwalking experience.
Around 28km of this walk is not usually affected by severe weather events (that would unexpectedly impact safety and navigation), whilst the remaining 3.2km is affected by storms that may impact your navigation and safety.
15km of this walk has limited facilities (such as not all cliffs fenced) and another 13km has limited facilities (such as cliffs not fenced, significant creeks not bridged). The remaining (3km) is close to useful facilities (such as fenced cliffs and seats).
This is a fantastic short walk, with views of the waves crashing into the spectacular red rock of the coast. The short walk down to Pulpit Rock goes straight down stairs onto the rock platform. The rock platform is popular with fishermen with fixed rod holders near the seas edge.
Total climbing: 15m
110 m Return
180 m Return
This short walk explores the somber and interesting heritage site of the Ly-ee-moon Graveyard. The graveyard covers quite a large area and is well signposted with information signs. The short walk is well worth the time, especially if you are in the area visiting the lighthouse. The sandy track passes through the dense bushland before opening up to the many unnamed graves.
Total climbing: 8m
490 m Return
This walk is a short and easy stroll to the magnificent Green Cape Lighthouse. The walk heads along the fence line, passing the lighthouse’s many heritage buildings, before coming to the gate of the lighthouse. Guided Lighthouse tours operate Thursday to Monday at 1pm and 3pm. The lighthouse is a fantastic building representing some of the nautical history of the area.
Total climbing: 5m
544 m Return
Boyd Tower walk, Ben Boyd National Park, is a magnificent heritage walk. The walk features many information signs that tell the story of the stunning structure and history of the tower. The Boyd Tower walk has two side trips to two lookouts with very different views. Boyd Tower is the centre piece of this walk and is well worth a visit. The bottom of the tower is open to the public and makes this piece of history that much more interesting when exploring.
Total climbing: 15m
570 m Return
The walk to the old storehouse is an opportunity to explore some history of the region and see some fantastic rock platforms. The storehouse and wharf are perched just above the water, on the red rock of the bay. The view across the bay, with the contrast of the red rock, can be magical on sunny days. It is worth allowing time to explore the area, soaking up the natural and historical human efforts that make this area unique.
Total climbing: 32m
715 m Circuit
This walk is a fantastic way to see some of Ben Boyd National Park’s heritage and views. The walk passes the iconic sandstone Boyd Tower and continues on to a great lookout over Twofold Bay. The side trip to Red Point lookout is well worth it to see the dramatic rock folds that are found along the coast of the national park.
Total climbing: 25m
736 m Return
The walk from Bittangabee Bay to the southern point of the bay, is a walk to a nice lookout. The walk is well marked, however the informal lookout is not signposted. The lookout is a large gap in the bush along a section of the Light to Light track. The lookout gives a great view across to the black rocks on the north of the bay, and the large rock shelf below the lookout.
Total climbing: 36m
954 m Return
This walk takes a look at the historical ruins of the Imlay brothers house. The ruins reveal the outline of what would have been a great house, in a quiet and scenic bay. The walk returns by the coast with views through the trees of the turquoise waters. This is an interesting trip to help understand the work of local whalers and business men who lived in the region during the mid 1800’s.
Total climbing: 29m
1.1 km Circuit
This walk winds into the beautiful Bittangabee Bay, after passing the historic Imlay House ruins. Starting from Bittangabee picnic area, the walk heads to the creek feeding Bittangabee Bay on its north west corner. The tracknotes mention an alternate route, running closer to the coast, potentially making this into a loop walk.
Total climbing: 51m
1.8 km Return
This walk starts from Saltwater Creek camping area and heads north around the bay to the red cliffs. The walk gives an opportunity to explore the end of Saltwater Creek, the beach and the varied bushland on it’s journey to the bald rock platform. From the rock platform, there are awesome views and sounds of the sea smashing against the red cliffs below. It is worth spending some time exploring the rocks, being careful to stay clear of the edge.
Total climbing: 67m
3.3 km Return
1 hr 30 mins
The walk to Pulpit Rock is a great way to see an amazing section of coastline. Traveling from Green Cape car park, near the lighthouse, the walk passes through large sections of heath and melaleuca to reach Pulpit Rock car park. Pulpit rock is quite a large formation with an excellent lookout, providing great views north up the coast.
Total climbing: 89m
3.8 km One way
1 hr 30 mins
Starting near Boyd Tower, this walk follows the Light to Light walk to a bay with a fine red gravel beach. The walk passes scenic views of Boyd Tower, through the scrub, as it continues past awesome examples of geological rock folding in the cliffs of the bays. Red Sands bay itself is something quite different with its large grain red sand/gravel mixed with smooth round white pebbles and other rocks. The contrast in colours with the ocean and a blue sky is quite something.
Total climbing: 171m
4.9 km Return
This walk is a great way to explore the less visited areas of the popular Bittangabee Bay. The walk winds around the northern side of the bay to explore the cliff top views. The black cliffs are unfenced, and give great views over the entrance of Bittangabee Bay and out to sea. On the way there is an opportunity to explore the history associated with the ruins of Imlay house.
Total climbing: 169m
5.2 km Return
This walk from Bittangabee Bay is a magnificent way to view the coastline of Ben Boyd National Park. The low heath for much of this walk allows great views out across the ocean and across the flora of the park. The walk finishes with a longish section of service trail leading down to Pulpit Rock, where the ocean relentlessly beats against the rock shelf. Allowing more time you could return to Bittangabee Bay by retracing your steps.
Total climbing: 140m
5.3 km One way
This is the final of the three formal sections of the classic Light to Light track. This walk starts at Bittangabee Bay, where walkers can explore the ruins and and the scenic beach. The walk follows the coast through a variety of environments, mostly in open heath, taking full advantage of the coastal views. The walk explores a variety of natural splendours and human stories of triumph and tragedy. The walk finishes at the lighthouse on Green Cape.
Total climbing: 191m
8.5 km One way
This walk is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon out from Saltwater Creek camping area. The walk passes the red cliffs that create a dramatic contrast against the intense blue of the sea and green of the heath. The walk also passes through a bay with a large red rock platform which is a great place for exploring the rock pools and shallows. Mowarry Point provides scenic views north up the coast.
Total climbing: 193m
8.5 km Return
This walk starts from the Saltwater Creek camping area, passing through some varied vegetation groups on its way to Mowarry Point Lookout. The walk passes the great view from the red cliffs before heading into a red platform bay, with an opportunity to see the rock formations up close. This great walk has a variety of stunning scenic views.
Total climbing: 193m
8.5 km Return
The walk from Mowarry Point to Red Cliffs is an interesting trip through quite a few distinct vegetation types, with a few money shots of the coast line. The grass, heaths, and melaleuca along the way break up the walk to Red Cliffs, which are absolutely stunning. Spend time at the Red Cliffs to see all the different rock formations and inlets that have been created by erosion. Be mindful to keep a safe distance from the edge. The road to the start of this walk is 4wd track only.
Total climbing: 232m
8.8 km Return
3 hrs 30 mins
This walk follows the second main section of the Light to Light walk. The walk joins the two main camping areas of Ben Boyd National Park, by walking along the coast from Saltwater Creek to Bittangabee Bay. The walk explores a few bays, beaches and stunning rock formations on its journey. About half this walk is through open heath or grass lands, allowing plenty of great views out to sea and down the coast. Parts of the walk pass through the taller melaleuca forests providing some shade and interest in the diverse flora of the coast environment.
Total climbing: 223m
9.1 km One way
3 hrs 30 mins
This is a pleasant walk which wanders around the coast from Bittangabee Bay to the rocky Hegartys Bay. The walk is an excellent outing from Bittangabee Bay camping and picnic areas, and it passes a few good places for a swim. The walk is well marked and explores the coast north of Bittangabee Bay. The red coast at Hegartys bay is fantastic. If you want, there is a bush camp at Hegartys Bay, making this into an overnight walk.
Total climbing: 248m
9.1 km Return
3 hrs 30 mins
Leather Jacket Bay is a rocky and wonderful bay. The walk through Ben Boyd National Park starts at Boyd Tower car park and passes through Red Sands bay with its stunning contrast of colour. The walk not only passes some beautiful coast line to Leather Jacket Bay but some superb examples of geological processes with rock folding and banding. There is a small clearing at Leather Jacket bay with some shade, making it a nice place for lunch before heading back.
Total climbing: 275m
9.3 km Return
3 hrs 30 mins
This return walk, from Saltwater Creek camping area, heads south along the coast and around the headlands to Hegartys Bay. The walk passes over a large expanse of low heath along the headland between the bays, providing great panoramic views of the coast. There is a small campsite at Hegartys Bay with some shade and a fascinating red rock platform on the waters edge.
Total climbing: 213m
9.8 km Return
3 hrs 30 mins
This is the first of the three main sections that form the Light to Light walk. You can start the walk with an optional sidetrip to the historic and interesting Boyd Tower. From here, the walk starts its southward journey to Saltwater Creek. The walk explores a number of picturesque bays with bright red rocks and imposing sea cliffs. Leather Jacket Bay, about halfway along, makes a nice place to relax, with beaches, bays and headlands to explore. The last half of this walk includes a few open grassland sections, providing some panoramic views.
Total climbing: 382m
13.4 km One way
This longer day walk starts near Boyd Tower and heads to Mowarry Point, meandering down the coast of Ben Boyd National Park. On the way there are plenty of picturesque coastline views, with the stark red rock forming a great contrast. Views of Boyd Tower and of the coastal rocks are common along the walk as it passes through Red Sands and Leather Jacket bays. Approaching Mowarry Point is an open grass land giving a perspective of how far you have walked (and need to walk back) from Boyd tower car park. A great way of exploring the first stage of the famous Light to Light walk in a day.
Total climbing: 602m
18.3 km Return
This classic walk explores the coast from Boyd Tower to the Green Cape Lighthouse in the south, with overnight stops at the well established Saltwater Creek and Bittangabee Bay campsites (bookings required). The walk explores many of the scenic and historic highlights of Ben Boyd National Park. It is worth taking the time to enjoy the many bays and vantage points along the way. A great walk.
Total climbing: 794m
30.9 km One way
Other Nearby walks
This short walk takes you straight down to Long Beach, which is a popular fishing spot. The beach itself is a large expanse of sand with strong surf conditions. The walk provides direct access to this great beach and heads through a pass, down through a steep gully with red and white rock walls.
Total climbing: 49m
702 m Return
The Pinnacles are an amazing brightly coloured rock feature, and the centre piece of this walk. The reds and white of the rock contrasts with the green heath and blue sea creating a fantastic sight. The smaller lookout, one without a sign, is a better lookout than the larger area. However, both lookouts give a good view of the Pinnacles.
Total climbing: 43m
1.1 km Circuit
Severs Beach is a fantastic spot on the Pambula River with its crystal clear waters and sandy beach. The beach is backed by Aboriginal sites of significance, with many middens in the area. The beach also boasts two wood fired BBQ settings in a nice grassy area. A great spot for a picnic and to wet the toes.
Total climbing: 26m
1.4 km Return
The walk to Haycock Point is a great one, with Barmouth Beach as an optional side trip, there is also an interesting arched rock formation and great panoramic views from Haycock Point. The walk passes through a few different vegetation types which splits the walk into sections, including open grassy plains and dense woody forests.
Total climbing: 119m
4.8 km Return
Barmouth Beach is a historically significant beach that is nestled on the southern mouth of the Pambula River, opposite Pambula Beach. The beach is a great place for a relaxing swim. From the beach you can see across to Pambula Beach and as far as Merimbula. There is plenty of parking above the beach and the track down to it is well signposted.
Total climbing: 29m
360 m Return
The arched rock is just off the headland north-east of Barmouth Beach and is an interesting rock formation. The walk winds along the hillside above Barmouth Beach, which is a worthy side trip, and continues to the unfenced clearing that looks down to the arched rock. This walk will inspire the geologist in us all as we try to figure out how the rock arch was made.
Total climbing: 47m
1.1 km Return
This walk from North Tura car park to Bournda Lagoon takes the inland route, away from the coast. The heath protects the walk as it winds through numerous vegetation types and then down across Sandy Beach Creek. The walk then follows the beautiful lagoon before heading up to the car park for the car shuffle or pick up.
Total climbing: 83m
3.5 km One way
1 hr 15 mins
This walk is a great way to enjoy the panoramic views from the lookout on Bournda Island. The views extend north up Bournda Beach and south all the way along North Tura beach. The walk mainly follows the beach, giving you a chance to feel the sand between the toes and get the feet wet when playing games with the incoming waves.
Total climbing: 30m
2.3 km Return
44 m Return
This walk is the most direct route from North Tura car park onto North Tura Beach. The walk has a viewing platform nearby which is well worth a visit for great views of the coast. The beach is not patrolled but is still a popular place for people wanting to body surf or swim. A great place for a quiet stroll along the sand.
Total climbing: 5m
306 m Return
This is a wonderful short loop down from the car park and onto North Tura Beach. The walk explores the beach, giving the chance to get sand between the toes, before returning to the car. The optional side trip to the lookout is well worth the effort with its great view of the coast.
Total climbing: 6m
466 m Circuit
This is a short walk that showcases Bournda Lagoon from a beautiful angle. The start of the walk is found at the Bournda Lagoon car park. The halfway point of the walk is the lookout above the lagoon, giving a great view across most of the lagoon and out to sea. After the walk you may want to head down to the beach and cool the feet off in the ocean.
Total climbing: 14m
482 m Return
Fire DangerEach park may have its own fire ban, this rating is only valid for today and is based on information from the RFS Please check the RFS Website for more information.
Weather ForestThis walk starts in the South Coast weather district always check the formal BOM forecast or pdf before starting your walk.
Park Information & Alerts
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There are other downloads I am still working on.
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* KML (google earth file)
* GPX (GPS file)
Special Maps/ brochures
* A3 topo maps
* PDF with Lands Topo map base
* PDF with arial image (and map overlay)
I wanted to get the main site live first, this extra stuff will come in time.