NBN Rollout Map: Track and See Live Updates for all AustraliaAnne Marie Gocotano2018-01-03T14:55:20+00:00
Powered by the cleverness of Google Maps and loaded with the latest NBN rollout data, this interactive map makes it easy to quickly check whether your home, building or business has access to the National Broadband Network now – or if you can expect it in the near future.
How To Use the Rollout Map
Using the NBN Rollout tracker, simply start typing your address – street number and street name, followed by suburb in the “Find your address” box at the top left of the map. As you type, a list of the closest matching addresses will appear below the search box, and once you’ve typed enough information, simply click on the address that matches your location. The NBN Rollout map will instantly take you to that location and show you the status of the rollout there. If you live at an address that spans multiple street numbers – such as an apartment building – keep in mind that the updated NBN database usually uses the address with a number range – for example, you may live at number 501, but your building’s actual address is 499-503 (check your water bill, which often uses this extended address). Searching for the full address can give you more accurate results.
You can also drag the orange pin and drop it on any location on the map to get the status of NBN connections there – handy when moving into a new area! Powered by data directly from NBNco themselves, you may also wish to visit a tracker for the state or city in which you live, with the greater Sydney NBN rollout map soon to be available as the scheduled work commences there.
Great! You’re one step away from streaming HD videos with zero buffering. Browse the providers offering NBN plans below and pick the one that best suits your needs.
By subscribing you agree to receive information via e-mail regarding NBN updates
Rollout Map Definitions
The NBN has been rolled out in this area and is available at this address! Contact your ISP of choice to sign up for an NBN plan. Some in-premises installation may be needed, which is free of charge.
NBN rollout crews are in the area and have started work on installing cables and hardware along the street. Expect service to be available soon.
The initial work is being done to get ready for the NBN rollout, which includes getting underground cable tunnels ready for the NBN’s fibre, which has to be done before rollout can start.
Not Currently Available
The NBN rollout has not reached this area yet, so service is currently not available. Bookmark this page and check back regularly to see when this changes.
The NBN is available in this area, but there needs to be more work done at the address you’ve chosen before you can connect to it. Give your ISP a call and they’ll be able to give you an idea of what needs to be done (it can involve things like approval being required from the building’s Owners’ Corporation).
Other Fibre Provider
This address already has access to high-speed broadband through a network installed by a private company, so the NBN won’t be rolling out a duplicate fibre network to that address. You can connect to your ISP of choice via this network – for example, if TPG has installed fibre to your building, you don’t have to sign up with TPG as your ISP.
NBN Rollout – Compare NBN Plans and Check Coverage