Now in 2012 Dvize has teamed up with Australia’s nuclear-free groups with the support of Scott Ludlam to re-release the nuclear map project.
Most of the australianmap.net entries were written by Jim Green, national nuclear campaigner with Friends of the Earth. Nectaria Calan wrote some of the South Australian entries (Beverley North, Beverley Four Mile, Oban, and Samphire). The Sustainable Energy and Anti-Uranium Service (SEA-US) material produced by Dr Gavin Mudd in the 1990s was an invaluable resource (as is Dr Mudd’s Monash University webpage). Thanks also to Jacob Grech for his work on the US military bases and ‘joint facilities’.
2015 sees the website upgraded to support mobile devices. We are now working on other map based issues such as pesticides and coal.
This project has been built using open source software and all files produced for this project are available for download here.
The original poster produced by Scott Ludlam
- Download the Map – split into 4 pages for printing on A4 (PDF, 4.3mb)
- Download A2 map – 1 page, A2, PDF, 4mb
Interactive flash version of the map produced by Glenn Todd: