New Zealand's South Island Road Atlas: spiral-bound with enlargements for environs of main towns and thorough indices, plus information about driving regulations.
The main section of the atlas covers the South Island at 1:250,000, with very detailed presentation of the road network from motorways to 4WD tracks. Railway lines, ferry routes, local airfields and airstrips are marked. National Parks and protected areas are highlighted, and symbols mark places of interest, a very wide range of sport and recreational facilities, wine growing regions, hot springs and thermal areas, campsites and motorhome/caravan parks, etc. Selected walking tracks are also shown including the New Zealand Walkway and the Te Araroa Walkway. No geographical coordinates are provided.
More detailed mapping at 1:175,000 or 1:150,000 covers the environs Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown, Nelson, Invercargill, Blenheim - Picton, and Greymouth - Hokitika. Street plans of town centers show one-way streets, parking facilities, public toilets and places of interest in: Christchurch, Dunedin, Ashburton, Blenheim, Greymouth, Hokitika, Invercargill, Nelson, Oamaru, Picton, Queenstown, Timaru, and Westport.
The extensive, 78-page index has separate lists of cities/towns/localities, rural roads/tourist routes/4WD tracks/forestry road, streets for each of the plans, and rural features (mountains and passes, coastal and water features, forests/parks/conservation areas, campsites and caravan parks, dump stations, recreational area, etc.).