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New Zealand Topographic maps - 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale - Index

MapWorld stocks all the 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 (and other scales) maps for the whole of New Zealand.

The maps are available in both folded and flat (no folds) versions.

Every Topo50 and Topo250 map is A1 sized.

Folded maps are $7.90 and flat ones are $9.90.

In addition, we are able to laminate these maps with a soft, low sheen, foldable laminate to protect the maps and make them last longer. The cost for lamination per topomap is $12.

Map creation service:
  1. We are able to take a selection of adjoining existing maps and make one map out of them. (We are not able to print maps to order.)
  2. Please email or call us to get a price for this service. It is not a service we are able to provide on the spot if you call into the store.
  3. Each topomap is 480mm wide and 720mm high when trimmed so that all that's left is the map with the borders, legend etc removed.
  4. A series of trimmed maps (as described above where the trimming is done by us) can be joined together to create a fantastic "map feature" for your wall.
  5. Because the maps are printed at different times and in different methods, the colours can sometimes vary from map to map.


Choose the Topo50 maps you want from the separate indexes below:

South Island Index        North Island Index


or select from the Topo250 series:

Topo250 Index


or select from the 1:500,000 scale maps



242/1 Further North
242/2 North
242/3 North meets South
242/4 South

These maps are available folded for $12.90 each or flat for $15.90 each. Because they are custom printed, the colours can vary from map to map.

Map size: 800mm W x 1000mm H

For more specific areas of New Zealand, also check out the range of NewTopo maps we've got available.



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All prices are in NZ$ including GST.
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MapWorld New Zealand, November, 2018