Brisbane City Council has various maps to find out information about our city, including any risk of flooding in your suburb, ward areas, online mapping and discover Brisbane's walking trails, bikeways, bushland and gardens.
Be prepared for flooding by understanding the risks and taking action. Reduce your risk by finding your flood risk on the Interactive Flood Awareness Map.
Brisbane has many different bikeways for you to enjoy and explore Brisbane. Bikeway maps provide information on on-road and off-road bicycle lanes, bike shelters and cyclepods locations. Download the bikeway maps.
View the ward boundaries map and individual ward maps.
Council's mapping service, eBIMAP has been upgraded and improved with more information and faster access to maps. The online mapping service offers comprehensive information on properties in the Brisbane area.
Brisbane has a network of walking trails and shared pathways connecting to schools, shops, parks and public transport stations. There are also walking trails to discover Brisbane's public art and history.
Brisbane's natural areas offer walking tracks and bushland areas to enjoy. Find your nearest bushland area.
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha visitors' map provides details about the gardens highlights, its history and facilities.
Find neighbourhood maps for your suburb and surrounding areas.