A screengrab of the Apple Maps directions to Mildura. Source: Victoria Police
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Another shot of Lake Burley Griffin.
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Toowoomba QLD in Apple Maps, left, and Google Maps, right.
Cairns has been moved inland on Apple Maps.
"Lithgow" in NSW on Apple Maps, left, and on Google Maps, right. Apple Maps lists it in the wrong place.
River Derwent in Hobart shown on Apple Maps, left, and right on Google Maps. Apple Maps disconnects the river using land (it is not disconnected).
What Uluru looks like on Apple Maps.
Where Apple Maps think Kiama is located in NSW. Kiama is a coastal town.
Source: The Age
Motorists beware: use the new Apple Maps at your peril.
Police are "extremely concerned" at a large snafu in the program – tourists who use the new operating system iOS 6 to get to Mildura, on the Victorian-NSW border, are actually being sent 70 kilometres away to a national park.
Several motorists have become stranded in the Murray-Sunset National Park, where the mercury has recently risen to 46 degrees.
"Police are extremely concerned, as there is no water supply within the park ... making this a potentially life-threatening issue," a Victoria Police spokeswoman said.
"Some of the motorists located by police have been stranded for up to 24 hours without food or water and have walked long distances through dangerous terrain to get phone reception."
Police tests on the mapping system confirm that it identifies Mildura as being in the middle of the park.
Officers have contacted Apple and hope to have the problems resolved soon.
The spokeswoman said that anyone travelling within Victoria "should rely on other forms of mapping until this matter is rectified".
Apple has been contacted for comment.