A range of Melbourne maps has been produced to help locals and visitors navigate the city:
CoMMaps – City of Melbourne Interactive Map
Looking for the location of a Melbourne statue? Perhaps you are trying to locate a business? Or an off-leash Council park?
The new City of Melbourne Interactive Map provides interactive and easy-to-access information about council services, businesses or Melbourne landmarks.
Find out more about CoMMaps.
People with a disability or limited mobility can find mobility maps for the central city and Docklands along with venue guides at Accessible Melbourne publications.
Pedestrians, cyclists and skaters can use the Melbourne Travelsmart map to navigate the city. Find the map and further information at Where to ride or visit TravelSmart.
Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you can see the city with fresh eyes thanks to a range of free self-guided walks brochures. The walks guide you around different localities, including the banks of the Yarra River, the city's arcades and laneways, Melbourne's parks and gardens, and the historic buildings of East Melbourne. The brochures include maps and are available from the Melbourne Visitor Centre at Federation Square, opposite the Flinders Street Railway Station, or you can obtain them at Melbourne walks.
Melbourne Visitor Centre at Federation Square
Printed maps are available from the Melbourne Visitor Centre, located on the corner of Swanston and Flinders streets (opposite Flinders Street Station). It is open every day from 9am to 6pm, except Christmas Day and Good Friday. Street-level lifts provide access to the centre for people with a disability. See Melbourne Visitor Centre for more information.
Melbourne maps and itineraries
Maps are available for Melbourne central city, city highlights, the visitor shuttle bus and Melbourne parks and walks. Itineraries are also available to help you discover the city.