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Queensland State-controlled roads and region maps

The map products provided within this section of the Transport and Main Roads website are produced and maintained by the Corporate Mapping Unit of Geospatial Technologies within Geospatial, Road Design and Capability Branch.

Corporate Mapping is a specialist technical unit devoted to cartographic activities. It produces thematic map products in both electronic and paper based format to assist the department administer its major assets—the state's transport infrastructure networks.

The maps enable users to identify relationships between roads, railways, local government areas, towns, cities and the department's engineering and administrative regions.

Note: The Guide to Queensland Roads which includes rest areas and traveller information is also available.

Administrative boundaries map

This map provides a quick reference for determining the relationship between Transport and Main Road regions and local governments.

Administrative boundaries map

Date of current publication: 1 July 2014.

Region and district maps

Note: Program Delivery and Operations transitioned to a new structure of 6 regions and 12 districts on 1 July 2014, as shown in the Administrative boundaries map. The region maps listed below will be replaced with new versions, based on 6 regions, scheduled for completion by end of July 2014. A new series of 12 district maps is currently in production and scheduled for completion by the end of August 2014.

Enquiries concerning these maps should be directed to Manager (Corporate Mapping) by calling 3066 8379.

These maps cover each of the department's former 9 road regions until 1 July 2014. They show the state-controlled road network, local government roads, local government boundaries, railways, rivers, creeks, dams and towns.

State Road Network of Queensland map

This is a large-format, double-sided map that folds into an A4 brochure map.

Produced annually, the map shows the State-controlled road network by state strategic classification, national network, local roads of regional significance along with standard of construction, roadside amenities and both local government and the department's Road regions administrative boundaries.

Date of current publication: 30 June 2013.

Last updated
03 July 2014