Postal Area boundaries presented on this map have been created by the Australian Bureau of Statistics as a part of Census 2011 geographic framework. They are only approximation of true postcode areas, as defined by Australia Post. Representation of Postcode boundaries on this map is generally accurate and up to date in long established areas however, the latest changes will not be properly reflected in dynamically developing regions.How to use Postcode Finder
Navigate to a location of interest using zoom and pan controls on the map. Click on the map to reveal postal area number for that point.
To find a postcode by number - choose "Census 2011 Postal Area" search option and type in a 4 digit number in the search box at the top of the page. Select a number from a list of suggestions or press "Enter" to execute your search. The map will reposition to highlight relevant postcode.
To find a postcode by location/ address - simply select "Google address search" from search options dropdown list and type in the name of desired location. Execute the search by pressing "Enter" button on your keyboard. Location of interest will be marked on the map. Click on the map to reveal postcode number details. Alternatively, turn on postcode labels by ticking a box in the top left corner of the map.Demographic Information for Postcodes
Postcode Finder now also provides links to maps and data with detailed demographic information. Demographic statistics can be invaluable in profiling locations of interest, whether for assessing business opportunities in the area or neighborhoods when buying or renting a property. Just follow the links provided above the mapData Sources
Information on this map is derived from the Australian Bureau of Statistics data provided under Creative Commons - Attribution 2.5 Australia (CC-BY) licence.