Find Australian Postcodes Inside a Radius

Map of Australia where you can specify a point and a radius to search within and return all the post codes found inside that radius.

Radius Search Map

Options

Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 500km) OR miles (maximum = 310 miles)

Step 2 : Click on map OR Place radius by location name or post code :

Step 3 : Remove duplicate postcodes? :

 Draw Radius 

 Clear Map 

Output

Post Codes:

 Toggle CSV or New line 


Suburbs:

 Toggle CSV or New line 


Combined

Post Code,Suburbs,Distance()

Instructions

Input a radius to search within in KM or miles. Click on the map or type in an address or Australian post code on the center of your search. After a delay, the results will appear in the text box. If there is a reasonable number of points, they will also be shown on the map. If you hover over a marker, you will see it's post code.

You can find a comma separated list of the post codes and suburbs in the large text box below the map.

There is a limit to the radius because excessive results can take a long time to load and some web browsers struggle to load them all.

Future Improvements

  • Display distance between centre point and marker when you hover of the marker

Version History

  • 4th July 2017 : Version 8.3 - Combined output now sorted by distance from centre of radius
  • 7th March 2017 : Version 8.2 - Full screen control is now built in to the map interface
  • 21st April 2016 : Version 8.1 - Added Combined output to give postcode, suburb and distance from the centre of the radius
  • 28th May 2014 : Version 8 - Radius can now be dragged to perform a new search close by. Clear Map button added
  • 18th November 2013 : Version 7 - Added Full Screen option
  • 12th November 2013 : Version 6 - Implemented Google Map API V3
  • 6th August 2013 : Version 5 - Option to include duplicate postcodes
  • 1st February 2013 : Version 4 - Duplicate postcodes are no longer output
  • 5th February 2012 : Version 3 - Also outputs the suburb
  • 19th June 2011 : Version 2 - Bug fix to searching functionality
  • 16th February 2011 : Version 1 - Initial Version

Comments For This Page

Ditto Vicki
By Zo on 17th July 2017

Hi, have been getting the same error message as Vicki for a couple of weeks now. When I open the console I get a "You have exceeded your daily request quota for this API" message, but since this is the first time I have opened up this site this week I don't think that's the problem (well at least not on my end).
By Nicole on 17th July 2017

Sorry! Something went wrong. This page didn't load Google Maps correctly. See the JavaScript console for technical details. These words are showing in the radius search map box...can you help
By vicki on 10th July 2017

The combined output is now sorted by distance from centre of the radius.
By Free Map Tools on 4th July 2017

Would be good if you can order the postcodes from nearest to furthest from chosen postcode
By Pleaseeee on 26th June 2017

DarethMortuus, displaying them on this page causes performance issues so that's why there is a limit. So it can be done via an API but there may be a cost to use this. Get in contact if you want to discuss further.
By Free Map Tools on 23rd June 2017

Is there any alternative we can use that gets us over 700km?
By DarethMortuus on 21st June 2017

Hi Ben, thanks for the feedback. 3141 has now been corrected so will not appear on the 5km from Bendigo search.
By Free Map Tools on 20th June 2017

This tool is fantastic, thank you! I just entered a 50km radius from Bendigo 3550 and everything seemed okay except the first result was 3141, Chapel Street North in Melbourne. Not sure why, but I don't think that should be there!
By Ben on 19th June 2017

Thanks for developing this! It is perfect to help define shipping zones. saved me hours of manual entering
By Ben on 8th June 2017

worked a treat thanks guys
By rod wilson on 8th June 2017

Christine, there was a small update needed to the database. 2400 (Moree) should no longer appear in a 150km search from 2850.
By Free Map Tools on 18th May 2017

Tried to do a search with a 150km radius of postcode 2850 and it has bought in areas 400 km away eg. postcode 2400. Have been using this tool for a couple of years and have found it to be mostly accurate but now not so sure. Any suggestions as to why this has happened.
By Christine on 15th May 2017

Thanks for your explanation of 3rd April 2017. Back using your cool tool today. Dave
On 18th April 2017

Thanks you, this has made my life a lot easier.
By Dooit on 12th April 2017

Great resource! Thanks for making this available for free, it has helped with working out what regions we can deliver meals to in a 125km radius after TC Debbie.
By NY Cyclone recovery helper on 12th April 2017

Hi Dave, I ran your search and agree 3033 isn't found. If the radius is increased, it is found at an 8km radius. This tool works by assuming a single point as the postcode and for 3033 it is on E Esplanade where it meets Briggs St. I believe its for this reason it isn't found for a smaller radius even though the search area my have some overlap with the postcode area.
By Free Map Tools on 3rd April 2017

Great tool thanks saving heaps of time but concerned about accuracy. If I do a 5km radius search on Niddrie, VIC, Australia with p/c 3042, the sweep isn't picking up the adjacent suburb immediately to the west being East Keilor p/c 3033. Any tips?
By Dave on 2nd April 2017

Bravo... This is even better than the Coffee Club Strathpine.
By Paul on 26th March 2017

Super useful... Thank you so much.
On 23rd March 2017

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