Brisbane City Council has developed a custom Minecraft map for the city of Brisbane which is available as a free download.
The custom scaled map includes a number of city icons such as City Hall, the Brisbane River, South Bank lagoon, Brisbane Square, the Story Bridge and the Gabba.
Users can explore these real life buildings which have all been built to scale using Council's Virtual Brisbane 3D modelling objects.
The Brisbane City map is available for play in 'creative mode' and allows players to access most resources and items in the game through the inventory menu in order to build their own versions of the city.
Council sees the game and the map it has developed as providing a number of educational benefits for children from reading, writing, maths, geometry, collaboration and general creativity. And it highlights our commitment to position Brisbane as Australia’s new world city and Council as leader in digital communication through the use of games to educate and promote the city.
Documents on this page may have large file sizes, and may take some time to download.
Download the beta version of the Brisbane City Minecraft map (zip - 7.65Mb). This zip folder contains the desktop version files needed to load the Brisbane Maps. You will need to have Minecraft already installed on your computer and a subscription to Minecraft to be able to use these files.
If you need help installing the Brisbane Map files, visit the Minecraft website.