Big maps and multiple page maps

There are some common reasons why you might want a map which is larger than even a big poster-size page, for example: You have a wall in the office and you want to cover it with a physical printed map of your operating area. Your area of interest is large...

We’re all living in cuckooland..

So laments the title track of Welsh rockers Budgie‘s 2006 album “You’re All Living in Cuckooland”. Unless you’ve lived under a heavy rock for most of the 21st century, it’s impossible to escape the almost constant media coverage of...

Postcode geography – never a dull moment!

It might not sound like the most riveting subject to discuss over a BBQ beer or plonk, but there’s more to it than most of us might think. With Australia’s record breaking immigration rates over recent years and consequent eye-watering population growth,...

Changing Face Of Australia

Our multi-cultural credentials are often touted as “world leading” by politicians and media. We’re certainly an increasingly mixed brew, as anyone returning to a major centre after a gap of some years would notice! New arrivals from China and Indian...

License Structure

Our digital data and map products are licensed, not sold. As such, they are subject to an End User License Agreement (EULA). It doesn’t matter that only a small team or individual may be directly engaging with the product(s) – benefits flow to an organisation as a...

Population change – 2006 to 2011

The continuing trend in drift of populations from the bush to regional towns and major cities is illustrated in these maps, comparing the total population in each postcode using 2006 populations as the baseline, i.e. 2006 population is 100%. The trend is further...

Paper Postcode Map – all Australia

We missed adding this during the recent site rebuild, so the information, including screen shots, is now on its own Paper Postcode Map page here. This is a commonly asked question. It is actually a challenge to do this on a single paper map because most postcodes are...