Australian node density map - Sep 2015

Hi all,
First time poster. I have been looking at some of the excellent work from the Keepright team who tag potential OSM mapping errors, all 37 million of them, at One of there side products is the density of nodes per every 0.1degrees.

I have mocked up an interactive choropleth map of Australia and this is located at for the next month or two. Some of you might be interested how Australian mapping is unfolding. It is only really useful at a state level or above.

Node density is low for interior Australia because there are relatively few features compared to the more densely populated coast and cities and because, based on my outback travels, many roads and features are not yet mapped. Time for a road trip, folks!