Topographic map of New Zealand with no limitations
• View and cache topographic tiles and satellite imagery
• Cache all topographic tiles in a visible region (for offline availability)
• Add unlimited map markers
• Show your location and distance to markers (in a straight line)
• Import / export GPX and KML waypoints and tracks
• Record tracks
• Search for places of interest (supports decimal coordinates)
• Battery conscious (for those that can't recharge every day)
• Space conscious (for those that don't have gigabytes to spare; external SD card support)
• Stay up-to-date (delete / refresh the cache no waiting for application updates)
• Navigate with Google Maps interactions (pinch zoom scroll rotate drop marker drag marker etc)
• Fully functional for free! (no subscription lite or pro versions required)
New Zealand (NZ) Topo Map is intended for outdoor enthusiasts who want to mark locations visited create markers to visit follow imported tracks or create their own. It's designed to be lightweight intuitive responsive battery conscious and totally free. Perfect for casual day trips to serious bush excursions.
Developed by an adventurous Kiwi for adventurous Kiwis!
Topographic Map Tiles
The Topo50 map series provides topographic mapping for the New Zealand mainland and Chatham Islands at 150000 scale.
At a scale of 150000 Topo50 maps show geographic features in detail. They are useful for a wide range of activities such as local navigation by vehicle or on foot locality area planning and study of the environment. Used by a wide variety of groups Topo50 is the official topographic map series used by New Zealand emergency services.
To produce our Topo50 maps of the New Zealand mainland we use
• The New Zealand Geodetic Datum 2000 (NZGD2000) – the coordinates of longitude and latitude
• The New Zealand Transverse Mercator 2000 (NZTM2000) projection – this is what enables the curved mathematical surface approximating the Earth to be represented on a flat sheet of paper.
To produce our Topo50 maps of the Chatham Islands we use the Chatham Islands Transverse Mercator 2000 (CITM2000) projection.
Topo50 map tiles sourced from the LINZ Data Service http//data.linz.govt.nz/ and licensed by LINZ for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 New Zealand licence.
LINZ has been working towards getting New Zealand’s most current publicly-owned aerial imagery – covering 95% of the country.
Aerial imagery is captured from airborne sensors and cameras. It provides an accurate photographic representation of the earth’s surface and the features on it. It can be used to visualise landscape or to understand how an area has evolved over time.
Sourced from the LINZ Data Service and licensed for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 New Zealand licence (http//www.linz.govt.nz/data/licensing-and-using-data/attributing-aerial-imagery-data)