Distance Between Australian Postcodes

This tool can be used to find the distance between 2 postcodes in Australia. Type in the two postcodes and click the Show button.

Map Showing the Distance Between Two Australian Postcodes



Postcode 1 Postcode 2


Measure in : miles km
Distance as the Crow Flies : As the crow Flies
Distance by Land Transport : Land Transport

How to Use Postcode Tool

Input in the first and second 4 digit Australian postcode then click the Show button. The map will then display the location of the two postcodes and also show the routes for:

You will also see the distance displayed below the map for the distance as the crow flies and also by land transport. You can then type in more postcodes and click the show button to see more distances.

Note : For any postcode search there may be more than one result returned. In this case the average position will be used from all points that have the same postcode

Problems or Suggestions

If you notice any errors or have suggestions for further development, then please Contact Free Map Tools.

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Comments For This Page

Gosh I'd love a bulk .csv upload function to tell me the distance between one set postcode and all the postcodes in my .csv file.
By Michelle on 29th April 2024

Any bulk upload available yet
By Siobhain on 6th January 2024

there a way to upload a csv that has a list of postcode i want to check against another set of postcodes and tell me the ditance?
By Ricco on 27th December 2023

Campbelltown, NSW should represent the postcode 2560. Currently, the pointer is located in Appin, NSW on the map.
On 23rd September 2023

Would be very handy to combine this with the Postcode Radius tool, so we can define a radius from a starting postcode and see a comparative output of distances "as the Crow Flies" versus "by Land Transport" and possibly also the approx. time-taken, for each postcode in the resulting list. The current Postcode Radius tool only outputs "Crow Flies" distances. This would be handy for users trying to determine delivery prices, which would be based on distance or approx. time-taken, rather than a generic radius. As mentioned in other comments, some examples where a Location within 100km of a starting point, actually are 170+ km "by road" which is almost double the distance/time taken to travel when compared against a crow-flies radius. All tools provided here are excellent though, so I thank you all for all your efforts.
By Adric on 20th September 2023

The Bulk Upload would be a great addition
By Joe on 28th November 2022

6th October 2022, looks like no bulk upload available yet. Damn...
By Juergen Braun on 5th October 2022

Distance by Land Transport is not working
On 19th June 2022

Distance by Land Transport is not working and show as N/A
On 26th May 2022

yep, that bulk upload would be handy
By Michael on 1st December 2020

The distance from Cairns P.O. 4870 to Cooktown P.O. 4895 as the crow flies is not 158.105 miles. Two other sources say 105 miles. The discrepancy is huge. Not helpful as a tool.
By Trev on 7th November 2020

Bulk upload please! Will pay
By Ariel on 13th March 2020

Bulk upload... As a company we would be willing to pay for this option
By Matthew on 21st January 2020

Bulk upload would be very helpful! Thanks guys
By jasper on 18th December 2019

By micheal on 10th December 2019

Another vote for bulk upload option here!
By Sam on 29th October 2019

I would like get a complete list distances from FROM 1 (one) suburb in Greater Melbourne CBD to all other suburbs in the same area. I wanted this generated for all suburbs under the same conditions. Can this be done and understand it would be a huge list? Can this be downloaded as an Excel file.
By John C on 26th February 2019

We see 212.34km here. Is that what you expect?
By Free Map Tools on 18th June 2018

what is the Distance between 3000 to 3672/212km in other system it shows 189km / in some other 23km (in this case this is Not Wrong infomation ?) Mr.Admin
By Wesz on 2nd May 2018

Hi wesz. Can you explain what information is wrong?
By Free Map Tools on 30th January 2018

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