The sheet for Goondiwindi, Queensland, labelled Sheet SH-56-01, is typical (by the Bureau of Mineral Resources Geology and Geophysics, Department of National Development, Australia, first edition 1972). Like each map, Goondiwindi has a detailed geological map that covers an area of about 150 km wide by 100 km high. It also has an interpreted geological cross section and a wealth of other geological information, including the locations of quarries, mines, fossil finds and gravity anomalies.
These maps are excellent for giving a good overview of any area that you are interested in. You can scan across the map and study the cross section and see what has happened geologically in the area. Even better you can jump onto adjoining maps and see how the geology extends across the continent. This is exactly what is needed to understand the connection with Noah’s Flood because the Flood was a global event and we can only understand what it did by seeing the big picture.