Coffs Harbour City Council has a range of mapping tools and published maps available to the public. Businesses and individuals alike can now access Council’s mapping products to assist with their research of local environmental planning (LEP), land use, flooding, development potential, business opportunities, demography, topography, environmental phenomena and historical changes across the region.
Our Online Mapping Tool
You can use Council's online mapping tool tool to view a range of different data including:
- Street Directory
- LEP Maps
- Fire Prone Mapping
- Aerial Photography
- Coastal Hazard Study
- Property Information Search
- Land Use Zones
- Acid Sulphate Soils
- Koala Habitat
- History of Banana Cultivation
- Spatial Data on Public Exhibition
When using the tool, be sure to activate only those mapping layers of interest, and turn off mapping layers that aren’t required. This will ensure faster data loading on your web browser, prevent cluttering with unnecessary map information, and assist with your data queries. See the below example for displaying and querying current LEP 2000 land use zones.
Local Government Area Map
The Coffs Harbour City Council Local Government Area encompasses 1174 km² since the inclusion of Red Rock, Corindi Beach and Upper Corindi in 2005.
Acid Sulphate Soil Risk Maps
These Acid Sulphate Soil Risk Maps are at the Community Access to Natural Resources Information website.
Community Profile Maps
The Coffs Harbour City Council Community Profile includes results from the 2006, 2001, 1996, and 1991 Censuses of Population and Housing.
The Coffs Harbour Community Atlas includes key socio-demographic characteristics for the Coffs Harbour City presented as interactive maps.
The Coffs Harbour Population Forecasts are designed to inform community groups, Council, investors, business, students and the general public.
Flood Risk Maps
Council has detailed flood information for the Coffs Creek catchment including 'flood risk' mapping for Coffs Harbour.