Re Robins plus

To: "Val Ford" <>, <>
Subject: Re Robins plus
From: "Reid" <>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 12:10:51 +1000
Hello listers,

Anyone wishing to know the exact location of a named place should go to

Input the required name and search; this will give a list of corresponding
name/s.  Click on the one you wish to locate, and it will display a map with
the location highlighted.

On that same first entry page, you can also select  'Compute a Distance
between gazetted place names'  - key in the name of the place you want to
locate, plus the name of some known/significant town or whatever in the
general area, and it will give you a distance in kilometres (as the corvid
flies, not road distance).

If you want to find a road route between these two points, go to
which will give you a detailed route plan, distances, time taken to travel
each leg, where/when to turn, etc.

Good birding


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