Don’t get lost. Get Getlost.

Getlost Maps puts feature-rich topographical maps of Australia at your fingertips, completely FREE, for you to download and use any way you like.

They will work on your iPhone, Android phone, tablet, iPad or laptop. Use them with OziExplorer, Avenza, Google Earth, or any of a dozen other bits of software, or just use them as images like a regular map. You can even print them out if you want, and use them on paper while you ride your horse and buggy to the store.

Use them in the car, on the bike, on a horse, in a whale, in a canoe, on your skis, on your feet, or on your bum sitting in front of the campfire, working out where to go tomorrow.

What makes Getlost Maps different?

  • They are COMPLETELY FREE, you can download one, two or of all of them
  • They cover all of Australia at various scales from 1:250,000 up to 1:25,000
  • They’re topo maps – they include elevation contours (and depths)
  • They’re at 1:250,000, 1:75,000 and 1:25,000 depending on what you want, where you are and what you’re using them for
  • They’re free
  • They’re up-to-date and still being updated all the time to keep them current, multiple times a year. Each update makes them better and do more. Updates are free, of course.
  • They include tens of thousands of Points Of Interest, including campsites, huts, mines, helipads, toilets, gates, jetties, boat ramps, fire towers, caves, fords, bridges, and lots more
  • Park boundaries and areas are all marked and kept up-to-date; National Parks, state forest, state parks, reserves, sanctuaries, current mining leases and more
  • Sealed roads, unsealed roads, 4WD tracks, seasonal closure info, walking tracks, rivers, lakes and more, including satellite backing and hill-shading
  • They’re totally free

Why are they free?

I hike, bike, 4WD, paddle, ride, hunt, cross country ski, snowshoe and generally get out and about any chance I get. 
I originally built these maps because I wanted them to exist, for myself. 
Then I thought, maybe you could get some use out of them too.

Now here we are. 

– Tommo Harrison