this is what i have on dvd, I got it for free
from a mate who is a garmin dealer, got to love him
I'm not home until Monday 20th
i will post it then as i have not got it with me as i'm away working
New 2010 Version of TOPO Australia, now with additional NZ coverage. Available August 18th.
Garmin TOPO Australia provides the best scale multipurpose recreational coverage for Australia. The preprogrammed cards include up-to-date 100K coverage, with coast to coast 3-D DEM (digital elevation model) shading accompanied by 20 metre contour coverage and route elevation profiles in compatible units.
With routable roads, getting to your destination is made simple with turn-by-turn directions on compatible units. Plus, you can search for points of interest by name or proximity to your location. Whether you are navigating in town or cross-country, TOPO Australia will ensure you’re ready for your next bushwalking, camping or 4WD adventure.
Special features include:
• Coverage for all of Australia
• Terrain contours at 20 metres approximating 1:100K maps
• Routable road content provided by NAVTEQ and HEMA; includes everything from urban
streets to national highways including famous outback routes such as Birdsville, Strezelecki, Oodnadatta, Canning Stock and more
• Railways, tracks, paths and trails; includes 4WD destinations
• Water coverage of perennial and seasonal lakes, rivers and streams
• Searchable points of interest in urban and outback areas including lodging, entertainment,
food, airports, parks, campsites, caravan parks and more, provided by NAVTEQ and HEMA
• Searchable landmarks, place names and cities such as mountains, water bodies, regions and more
• National, regional and local park coverage
• Elevation profiling and 3-D view, DEM shading on compatible units allows you to estimate terrain difficulty
NOTE: The TOPO Australia DVD allows the user to install the product in full to their computer from a
single disk. The preprogrammed microSD™/SD™ card allows the user to access the data by
inserting the card in the unit. Both contain the same topographic features.