Tracks4Australia provides an alternative free map set that can be used both with MapSource on a PC or uploaded to a map capable Garmin GPS unit.

The aim is to provide a high quality map set for all of Australia with a focus on non metropolitan areas. The set will NOT be adequate for marine or aeronautical navigation.

The Tracks4Australia group seeks contributions of track logs & waypoints from both members & non-members.

Members will all be given the appropriate email address when they join.

Non members cannot post messages to this group but their track log contributions are absolutely welcome. Non members should email track logs to

Non-members who wish to join should follow the Yahoo process - please include at least your home city & GPS model in the comments, your real name is nice but not compulsory.

Tracks4Australia will never share members personal information, please review the options when you create your Yahoo identity.

We cannot use track logs that have been traced from any map, regardless of whether they are in the public domain or not.

Join Tracks4Australia yahoo group at

Latest version:

We now have a fully functional version of Tracks4Australia V1.2

This free version has 49 tiles and covers Australia with the
following data:

- Roads from national highways to 4WD tracks
- Railway lines
- Cities & towns
- Major rivers & creeks


Download V1.2 here (39MB) so may take a while! Use this option for most Garmin GPS units. You must have a MapSource program on your PC (Trip and Waypoint Manager, City Navigator etc) or Garmin's free BaseCamp program (download from here)


Download from here (39mb). You will also need Garmin's MapManager from here and BaseCamp from here.

Getting started information can be found here.

Informational MapSource video can be downloaded from here

Other Downloads:


Information for new members


Commercial intentions for Tracks4Australia

For all support questions please join the Yahoo group.

On request, GPSOZ will load a copy of Tracks4Australia onto most Garmin mapping units.
Look for the logo next to the product description.