Vicmap Viewer

Vicmap Viewer is a new mobile mapping app which allows users to easily discover, purchase and download more than 10,000 topographic maps over Victoria onto their mobile device.

Vicmap Viewer brings together authoritative government mapping in four different scales and can be used for emergency services, navigation, and for a range of recreational activities including bushwalking, cycling, and four wheel driving.

Vicmap Viewer makes it convenient to download topographic maps on your mobile device, then view offline, providing users access to topographic maps anywhere, anytime.

For more information go to www.delwp.vic.gov.au/vicmapviewer

Online Hardcopy Distribution Now Available

Online hardcopy mapping is now available.

Users can now access and purchase both their digital and hardcopy Vicmap topographic maps from the same government website.

Please read below for search and ordering maps, map locations, sample mapsheets and issues with your order and shipping information.

For discovering and ordering hardcopy maps please go to Discover and order your map - steps

Daylesford north Castlemaine-WoodendWilsons Promontory Special

New Hardcopy Map

Wilsons Promontory Special 1:50 000

A new double sided map featuring:

  • Wilsons Promontory National Park
  • New walking track and campsite information
  • The latest aerial imagery over the park on the reverse side.

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Maps for Autumn

It’s time to  enjoy the cooler weather and crisp mornings. So put on your hiking shoes and discover the beautiful autumn foliage in the High Country and Spa region of Victoria.

  • Castlemaine North 1:25 000 7723-4-N
  • Bright  1:50 000 8224-N
  • Castlemaine-Woodend 1:100 000 7723-7823

New Digital Map Series: Vicmap Topographic 1:50 000

A new edition of Vicmap Topographic Mapping 1:50 000 GeoPDFs is now available. Comprising of over 250 mapsheets, this series is ideal for emergency services as well as  recreational users. These GeoPDFS can be easily downloaded onto your smart device for interactive usage.

Page last updated: 12/04/19