Topographic maps are highly detailed maps showing contours, elevations, watercourses, roads, tracks, land features, prominent buildings and structures etc.
New South Wales is covered by four different scales of maps:
1:25,000 (LPI) — 1km = 4cm. (Mainly Eastern NSW).
1:50,000 (LPI) — 1km = 2cm. (Mainly Central NSW).
1:100,000 (LPI) — 1km = 1cm. (Mainly Western NSW).
1:100,000 (Natmap) — 1km = 1cm. (Mainly Central and Eastern NSW).
1:250,000 (Natmap) — 2.5km = 1cm. (All of NSW).
Click on the following link for a PDF copy of the full map index to 1000s of LPI topographic maps covering New South Wales.