Born out of a love for Australia's mountains, wild places and fantastic nature, the South Australia map has been meticulously hand drawn with black and red inks over a 55 hour process.
These beautifully made prints are perfect for those who want a special art piece to celebrate this state, either for their own homes or as a gift for someone special. Please read the artist note below for the details of this particular map.
Limited numbers: We are a small business and can only produce maps in small numbers. Print numbers are limited.
Locally made: All maps are produced right here in Australia; your purchase goes directly to supporting a small local business.
Add a Personalisation: if you would like me to add a special marker for your home, a particular town or anything that is significant for you, please order an A1 size and then email me with your personalisation request (the A1 size is necessary as this allows enough space to make these kinds of additions).
A NOTE FROM THE ARTIST OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIA MAP
This particular map is all about showcasing the immense landscapes, iconic coastline and rugged desert terrain that make this state so spectacular. The design itself is bold and strong, with all important geographical features, wilderness areas, main cities and towns present. You will also find a large array of smaller townships also included and a unique style of desert design, known as stippling, that does not feature on any other map in the collection.
The map features all the main topographical landmarks, with the low hills and soaring mountains of the Mount Lofty, Flinders, Gawler, Middleback, Porcupine, Musgrave and Mann Ranges all distinctly visible. The iconic Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula, Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula are dotted with cities, small towns and valleys, while to the West the terrain changes to the dry desert climate of the Nullarbor Plain. From the Limestone Coast all the way to Head of Bight, the coastline features historic capes, bays and island groups, as well as important national parks. To the North the great Australian Outback begins, with its famous salt lakes and desert regions stretching across the landscape.