Touring WA & Maps

We provide a number of publications and services to assist road users to plan their journey.

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Travel Map

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Data Portal

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Driving the Gibb River Road and Other Roads in the KimberleyRest AreasRest Areas and Amenities



Road Information Mapping System



​Restricted Access Vehicles Mapping System

Maps and Mapping Applications Links

Quick Links to maps and mapping applications on other websites:


Stay informed...

In Western Australia you need to be aware of potential hazards. You may encounter fires, floods and extreme weather conditions, or animals like kangaroos, cattle and wedge-tailed eagles.

The road rules for Western Australia are in the Drive Safe Handbook which can be viewed or downloaded from the Department of Transport website.

Before driving any distance we recommend checking the Travel Map, and links to useful information on other agencies websites, including:


Road Safety Commission

The Visitors to WA page on the Road Safety Commission website, provides the most comprehensive source of information on:

    • Preparations
    • Safe driving tips for WA road conditions
    • Travel itineraries
    • Driver's licence requirements
    • Driving on the left hand side of the road
    • Seat belts
    • Speed limit conditions
    • Driver fatigue
    • The world's longest trucks
    • Towing
    • Outback road hazards.


Tourism Western Australia 

Tourism Western Australia provides a wealth of road travel information on their website including:

    • Visitor centres
    • Important travel and safety tips for WA
    • Maps, travel times and distances.


Other Resources 
  • Roadwise provide Driver Reviver stops for your convenience over long weekends. Find out more about dates, times and locations via our Rest Areas page or visit the Roadwise website
  • The Government of Western Australia's website has Getting Around > Motoring and All About WA sections which are also worth exploring for related information like WA school and public holidays, buying or selling a car and legal aid links for motorists.
  • The Department of Parks and Wildlife website provides an extensive online visitor's guide to Western Australia's parks, reserves and other recreation areas. This includes information on driving trails, four-wheel driving, access policy, park and road closures.
  • The Keep Australia Beautiful Council also provides information on how you can do your bit to keep our road environment litter free.
  • The Department of Local Government and Regional Development provides links to local government and regional council websites including information on events and attractions for visitors.
  • If you are planning to drive interstate, make sure to check the Northern Territory Road Report or Driving in South Australia websites. If you are boating out of Western Australia, visit the Marine section of the of the Department of Transport website.


Modified: 18 Apr 2018