Introduction

Before proceeding, please read the Conditions of Use.

Anyone can access the site and use the map if they have a PC or mobile device with a web browser and an internet connection. You can use the web map to search for addresses or roads in the Burdekin Shire, measure distance or area, print a map and obtain coordinates for locations.

The map shows cadastral information from the Department of Natural Resources, Queensland Digital Cadastral Database (DCDB) for the Burdekin local government area.

You can access the interactive map using the following link:

Information about all properties (land parcels) within the Burdekin Shire local government area are available any time through the interactive map which is just like Google maps.

You can also interact with the map by panning and zooming with the mouse (or your finger on a touch screen) and by using a selection of tools including a search function, measuring tool, print tool and bookmarks.

Displaying information about a land parcel

Just navigate around the map as shown below and click anywhere on the map to see the following details about each land parcel within the shire:

  • Lot on Plan
  • Tenure
  • Parcel Count
  • Length of Perimeter in metres
  • Area in square metres
  • Physical Address.

Navigating around the map

When you first load the map it will be centred on Ayr.

To get back to this home location

Click or touch the house icon which is under the Search Box.

To move to your current location

Click or touch the location icon that is just below the house icon.

If your device has a GPS or your browser is able to share your location, the map will be moved to your current position and a blue dot will be shown.

To move to any township

Click or touch the bookmark icon, then click on any of the towns that have been bookmarked. The map will be moved and zoomed to that township.

To move the map around

Click the left button and drag with the mouse to move the map around.

On touch screens you can slide the map around with your finger.

To zoom in and out

Click or touch the plus button to zoom in, or click or touch the minus button to zoom out.

Rolling the mouse wheel forwards or backwards will zoom in and out.

To zoom in on a touch screen, touch two points on the item, and then move your fingers away from each other, as if you’re stretching them apart.

To zoom out on a touch screen, touch two points on the screen and then move your fingers toward each other, as if you’re pinching them together.

To search for an address

Click or touch the down arrow next to the magnifying glass search icon, and select Burdekin Property Parcels.

NOTE: If there is anything already in the search box you should delete it first.

Start typing the address that you require.

As you type a pick list will be shown for you to choose which address you require.

Click on the address you require and the map will be moved to that address and the property parcel will be outlined in blue, with a window showing the Lot on Plan, Tenure, Parcel Count, Perimeter, Area and Physical Address.

Click Zoom to and the map will be zoomed to show the whole of the property parcel.

The property will be highlighted with an orange overlay.  To clear the orange overlay you can just click or touch the X in the Search Box.

To search for a road

Click or touch the down arrow next to the magnifying glass search icon, and select Burdekin Roads.

NOTE: If there is anything already in the search box you should delete it first.

Start typing the name of the road that you require.

As you type a pick list will be shown for you to choose which road you require.

Click on the road you require and the map will be moved to that road which will be shown by a blue line with a window showing the Name of the road and the Locality.

Click Zoom to and the map will be zoomed to show the whole of the road.

To “Print” a map

“Printing” a map will create a file that you can then open and print or store on your PC or mobile device.

NOTE: If you are fully zoomed in when you print a map, you may see “Map data not yet available” instead of the aerial image. To resolve this you can zoom out a little and reprint the map.

Click or touch the print icon which is under the Search Box.

A window will open where you can give your map a Title and choose the Layout and Output Format that you require.

Click the advanced drop-down if you need to specify any additional settings.

Click the Print button to create your map file (which takes a few seconds).

Once the file has been created you can click on the name of your new file to view (and print it) it on your PC or mobile device.

Once you no longer need any of the maps you have just “Printed” you can click or touch the Clear Prints button.

 

 

 

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