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Following the Water

Maps

Map 1

Map 1: Gippsland Lakes catchment area.

Source: State of Victoria, Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

Map 2

Map 2: East Gippsland locations.

Source: State of Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment.

Map 3

Map 3: West Gippsland locations.

Source: State of Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment.

Map 4

Map 4: Topography of central Gippsland.

Source: State of Victoria, Department of Primary Industries.

Map 5

Map 5: Squatting runs, 1842.

Source: Gippsland Heritage Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, 1987.

Map 6

Map 6: Squatting runs, 1857.

Source: Peter Synan, Gippsland’s lucky city: A history of Sale, City of Sale, Sale, 1994.

Map 7

Map 7: Landmarks of early Sale.

Source: Peter Synan, Gippsland’s lucky city: A history of Sale, City of Sale, Sale, 1994.

Map 8

Map 8: Ecological vegetation classes, 1750.

Source: State of Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment.

Map 9

Map 9: Ecological vegetation classes, 2005.

Source: State of Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment.

Map 10

Map 10: Punt Lane and Swing Bridge.

Source: Peter Synan, Gippsland’s lucky city: A history of Sale, City of Sale, Sale, 1994.


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