It was THIS big!

Apparently this is a postcard from the Western Australia Museum. Crikey, it’s a bonza design! Hat tip for the find to my mum, along with Blue Carpet Collective (click through for their page).

See that little pink blob up near Kakadu? That’s the UK. Oh, the area along the coast from Adelaide to Melbourne? Greece. Germany? A bit of desert. France? More desert. South Africa gets the lion’s share here – most of the good bits, really.

Oh, hi Denmark.

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3 thoughts on “It was THIS big!

  1. Henk

    Thanks for this. I subscribe to another blog which includes Frank Jacobs strange maps
    Map 565 and 554 may be of interest to you in your current locale although I find all of them fascinating
    Regards Henk

  2. Chris

    It is easy to forget how huge Oz is when one lives here and drives long distances to visit….friends, rellies, tourist spots etc. This map certainly puts it into perspective. We have a surface area comparable to that of China… with a population of 22 million people. Wow, indeed.

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