General map of the south eastern portion of Australia: shewing the colony of New South Wales as surveyed and divided by the Sr. Genl. [i.e. Surveyor General] 1850?

by New South Wales. Surveyor-General

Map of southeastern Australia extending as far north as Rockhampton, Qld. and showing the limits of the Colony c. 1850. The map shows towns, rivers, counties and main roads. The map features the tracks of some explorers, primarily those of Mitchell, Hume and Sturt, including dates of encampment, and also a measured boundary between Victoria and South Australia.