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.
This map covers the southern area of the Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park containing Loop Track, Victoria, Australia. The Goldfields Track (this section of the track is common to the Great Dividing Trail and the Dry Diggings Track) passes through the area covered by the map. Some of the notable features in the area are Browns Gully, Tarilta Creek, Hunt's hut and Loop Track. On its northern edge the map overlaps the Italian Hill map.
The intended hardcopy format (as PDF) for this map is A4.
The road running north off Limestone Track (502 773) is signposted Shicer Track; it appears on other resources as Rusconis Road and Shicer Gully Road.
There is a Hunt's hut (ruins) [Richard Piesseon] this map, there is also a Hunt's hut (ruins) [Bushwalking Victoria] on the Italian Hill map. Informed feedback about the naming of these huts is welcome. Jase Haysom.
Amanda's Track is signposed at the west end (528 768). It is not referenced on resources to hand. However, the Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park Management Plan refers to the "Amanda's Track Network" – a reasonable name for the tracks to the east of the "Amanda's Track" signpost.
There is a signpost "Links Track" where the Goldfield Track crosses Loop Track (527 769). CCM does not know to which track this sign refers.
03/10/2018 – Hunt's hut (reference Richard Piesse) labelled. Cosmetic adjustments.
Information on the use of KMZ and GPX files available below with GPS units and Google Earth can be found via the Appendices dropdown menu in the header.
|Single-sided PDF map for printing at A3 (0.3 MB)||Download|
|KMZ file (5.0 MB, 12 tiles)||Download|
|Some points of interest as GPX file (3 kB)||Download|
|Listing of above POIs as PDF file (< 100 kB)||Download|