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
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:
- As the crow flies - the straight distance between the points
- By land transport - by car and/or boat (if possible)
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.
- 2nd September 2015 : Add bulk upload option
- 19th November 2013 : Version 3 - Implemented Google Maps API V3
- 16th February 2011 : Version 2 - Updates and bug fixes
- 10th August 2010 : Version 1
Previous Comments For This Page
By ashu on 17/06/2016
By aash on 08/06/2016
Can I get the distances between one post and multiple destinations (postcodes)
By Ashley on 26/04/2016
Mat, we have no plans to implement bulk upload in the near future, but it will go on the to-do list.
By Free Map Tools on 02/09/2015
Bluk upload when will this happen?
By Mat on 01/09/2015
a bulk upload option would be great
By Me on 09/06/2015
Hi Sebastian, sorry it doesn't support this.
By Free Map Tools on 10/04/2015
Hi if I have a list of hundreds of postcode which I want to compare against 32 set locations, does this tool support mass comparisons?
By Sebastian on 09/04/2015
Postcode locations are a bit random (3 of 3 samples)
By jiffy on 07/12/2013
can you give me source code of this
By Dipen Soni on 27/06/2012
By Bernard on 02/09/2011
Very cool ...
By Alan Wood on 19/02/2011
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