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Caveat

A map is a graphical representation of a geographical actuality.  However, though some maps are more representative than others, no map is absolutely correct.  The maps on this site are not exempt from this rule.

Welsh Village Walking Tracks Map

This map covers the area of the Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park to the north of Chewton, Victoria, Australia.  The Goldfields Track (this section of the track is common to the Great Dividing Trail and the Leanganook Track) passes through the area covered by the map.  Some of the notable features in the area are the Garfield Water Wheel, the Welsh Village, Sailors Gully, Manchester Reef and Forest Creek.  On its western edge the map overlaps the Kalimna Park map; on its southern edge the map is overlapped by The Monk map.  This map was produced as a CCM freelance exercise, not in conjunction with a community group.

The intended hardcopy format (as PDF) for this map is A3.

Welsh Village Walking Tracks

Ambiguities and Uncertainties

Quartz Hill Track is also known as Quartz Hill Road (it is signposted so at the west end).  The distinction is most likely social.


Updates

20/02/2015 – Some additional navigation content to the south of the Pyrenees Highway included.

19/07/2015 – Further track detail near Expedition Pass Reservoir.  Minor notation and cosmetic changes.

19/08/2015 – Detail changes in Chewton.  Chewton CFA shed included in POI files.

11/09/2016 – Southernmost pine plantation removed to match changed on the ground conditions. 

16/08/2017 – Bald Hill and Elephant Hill notation added. 


Welsh Village Walking Tracks Downloads

For information on the file types below please refer to the Castlemaine Diggings index page.

Single-sided PDF map for printing at A3 (0.9 MB)Download
Medium resolution KMZ file (11/09/2016) (3.2 MB, 6 tiles)Download
High resolution KMZ file (11/09/2016) (8.7 MB, 20 tiles)Download
Some points of interest as GPX file (8 kB)Download
Listing of above POIs as PDF file (10 kB)Download
Updated: 16/8/17       site management