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    City Nav City Navigator Australia and NZ NT 2015.30 - HERE

    City Navigator Australia and NZ NT 2015.30 - HERE
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    Navigate the streets with confidence. This product provides detailed road maps and points of interest for your device, so you can navigate with exact, turn-by-turn directions to any address or intersection.
    • Includes nearly 1.3 million km (796,000 mi) of roads, including motorways, national and regional thoroughfares and local roads throughout Australia and New Zealand.
    • Displays more than 630,000 points of interest throughout the countries, including restaurants, petrol stations, lodging, attractions and railways.
    • Gives turn-by-turn directions on compatible devices.
    • Speaks street names (example: "Turn right on Main Street").
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    This map is less updated than the previous version released by Sensis!

    The example below show the biggest intersection in Adelaide SA that went a major upgrade >12 months ago to a dual roundabout from a big single one.

    Note the update or lack of one...

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    I'm sticking with Sensis for now.
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    @Shermann
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    Senis map has an issue here in the south of Adelaide it shows the southern expressway still as a single road it is now bi-directional. really need a merge of the 2 maps then things might be right.

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    It's a long-running debate whether Sensis or HERE/Navteq is more reliable/accurate/up-to-date. It's not a winnable argument because it depends on where you look. [1] After at least annual reports, my semi-rural road is finally in the Sensis maps after being missing for many years while present on Navteq, but still as far as Sensis is aware there are only 3 house numbers, and only one of those is in the block where i'm located [not mine, it's the opposite neighbour though], but HERE has had all the house numbers for as many years as it's shown the road. It's not a new road, been around for 50-odd years. [2] A relative moved into a new rural-residential subdivision some kilometers away nearly a year back. Sensis still doesn't know about it [the entire subdivision], but HERE does and has done for the last few versions. I could find opposing examples around here as well bagging HERE like for Adelaide as quoted by you 2 [apparent] Crow Eaters. My point is that Sensis has ignored endless notifications and sometimes HERE does too.

    My sincere advice, report the deficiencies where it counts, to HERE or Sensis as they might listen especially if its a built-up area or major arterial. Don't only comment here, and assume they'll find out themselves or that someone else will do it, just do it yourself as it takes but minutes. Remember 'The Stone in the Road' story? Or maybe you're too young to have had that in your Grade IV reader at school. Google it then, it's got a good moral [but sometimes responsibility, like goodness, can be it's own reward].
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    Hi Neil,

    wouldn“t you recommend to report map errors to Garmin via BaseCamp?

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    Garmin then has to on-report the errors to the map data provider, Sensis or HERE as applicable in AU. My attitude is to go to the original source, as they are providing the data to multiple end-users, not only Garmin. However, it would be a good idea to report to both. If i had to choose only one though, i'd go with reporting to the provider.
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    The HERE maps (haven't checked the latest version) goes by the US naming and location of what they consider the Great Australian Bight, not the Australian definition. The US definition is of course wrong, since it extends the Great Australian Bight right around to Tasmania, and includes calling regions like the Spencer Gulf as the Great Australian Bight.

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    Interestingly, i only heard about this 'disagreement' recently. It's actually the International Hydrographic Organization and the Australian Hydrographic Service who disagree on the extent of the Bight i believe:
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    The IHO has 82 member countries including of course AU and the US, is based in Monaco and annoyingly it's President is an Australian who you'd think would've sorted 'em out on this.
    The Encyclopędia Britannica seems to agreed with the Australian version [so they bl**dy should, it's our goddam Bight so get over it world, yanks included!]:
    The more generally accepted boundaries are from Cape Pasley, Western Australia, to Cape Carnot, South Australia
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    And Cape Carnot is just to the West of Spencer Gulf which therefore is not included by our definition of what constitutes the Bight as thatguy82b imo correctly notes.
    1024px Great Australian Bight Limits.svg
    As to the IHO's concept of the Bight extending as far down as far the SW corner of Tassie, that's just silly i reckon because it's actually a fair chunk of the Southern Ocean fergoodnessake. Green is right, red is wrong imo.
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