eBIMAP is one of Brisbane City Council's online mapping services. Subscribers can use eBIMAP to find Council information via geo-spatial mapping technology. eBIMAP information is only to be used for business purposes.
Log in to eBIMAP (current subscribers only).
New customers will need to register for eBIMAP.
After you have registered, you can subscribe to eBIMAP. Have your credit card ready for immediate access, or pay later by cheque.
eBIMAP offers you:
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Download a list of all currently available eBIMAP layers (PDF - 188kb).
Download the full eBIMAP tutorial (PDF - 6Mb).
Subscribers can access the following enhancements in version 1.05.01:
The officially supported and tested system requirements for eBIMAP are:
eBIMAP subscriptions are available in a range of packages to suit your business needs, including:
These charges are valid as of 1 July 2014. All prices include GST.
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To change your subscription when it is due for renewal, choose the ‘renew with change’ option from the ‘review eBIMAP subscription’ option. To increase your current subscription at any time, choose ‘change current subscription’.
If you pay online using a credit card, you will get immediate access to eBIMAP. We will send you an email confirming your access.
If you pay your subscription by cheque, you will receive access once the payment is processed. We will send you an email when your subscription is active.
eBIMAP only provides City Plan 2000 graphic layers not City Plan 2000 documentation. You need to buy City Plan Basic for City Plan 2000 documentation. eBIMAP does not provide information specific to Brisbane City Plan 2014. For mapping information related to Brisbane City Plan 2014, you can use the Brisbane City Plan 2014 interactive mapping.
When you are using eBIMAP, choose the help icon (?) for information about how to use the service. You can also use the 'Contact Us' link. A response will be provided within two business days.
To report problems with the eBIMAP service, phone Council on 07 3403 8888. Technical problems will be referred to specialist staff, who will return your call during business hours (8.30am to 5pm).