your car rental agency (should you be hiring a car)
shops patronised largely by tourists
Ask for complimentary maps first. Look over them and see if they have all the information you need. If not, you can always purchase a map that does the job for you.
Ok, back to the best online maps I have found...
I like these maps because:
You can study them on your computer to help with planning your journey.
You can print them out and write all over them if that works better for you. A printed map is great for taking along with you, scribblings and all.
Before you download
Please read the following before proceeding to the download links section below:
To view these maps you do need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. Many people already have this application but just in case I have provided a link below too. I would suggest downloading the map and trying to open it first. If you find that you are unable to open it, download Adobe Reader from the link below, then try to open the map again.
When you click on the Tasmania maps download link below, you will see a list of conditions. The list is not too long but please do read them, then tick the box and select the map you wish to download.
The Tasmania map (first in the list) should do the trick. If you need maps of specific locations, then select from the other links.
The Tasmanian Travel Times map (last on the list) is great for getting a sense of distances and driving times between locations. You might not want to leave home without that one!