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Maps online

Our online mapping service provides a range of information including:

  • Bin collection days
  • Land Parcels
  • Address and property number
  • Planning property reports
  • Latest aerial imagery
  • Planning overlays, zones and areas of Aboriginal Cultural Sensitivity
  • Public toilet locations
  • Roadside weed program
  • Contours
  • Google Street view
  • Councillor contact information
  • Ward and catchment management authority boundaries.

Walking routes and maps

If you're keen to get walking, download our maps showing easy walking routes in:

Printed copies are also available to pick up from our service centres

These walks are great if you want to get more exercise into your day, with each outlining an approximate 30 and 60 minute walking loop to help get you moving and more active. Please note, these walks may not be accessible to all and may have uneven and undulating surfaces in some areas.

The walking route maps were designed and funded through our Healthy Active People Initiative in partnership with our local walking groups.

Cycling routes and maps

The Macedon Ranges has an extensive cycling network with options for all ages and abilities.

Browse through a range of family rides, road rides and mountain bike rides

Pocket-sized mobility maps

Council has four pocket-sized access and mobility maps for residents and visitors of all ages and abilities, covering the townships of Kyneton, Woodend, Gisborne, Romsey and Lancefield.

The maps contain useful information about local transport options, including services for people with mobility issues and highlight local information and features such as:

  • footpaths
  • bus stops
  • pedestrian crossings
  • public toilets
  • baby change facilities
  • car parking and public seats
  • Council office locations
  • medical centres
  • ·neighbourhood houses
  • parks
  • churches
  • shopping areas.

Gisborne

Kyneton

Romsey/Lancefield

Woodend

Hard copies can be collected from Council service centres, visitor information centres, libraries and local health service providers.

The maps were funded by the Victorian Government’s Transport Connections Program, which aims to provide better opportunities for people with limited access to transport to participate in community life. The $22.8m Victorian Government project (2010–2014) helps communities use existing transport more effectively while increasing access to education, employment, health and social opportunities.

For more information, contact Stephen Hiley on (03) 5422 0286 or email shiley@mrsc.vic.gov.au