Use our maps to find anything from a barbecue for a picnic, where to walk your dog, how to find and book a venue, and much more.
- Planning and property maps
- General maps, including City car parks, waste and recycling centres, community centres and dog exercise areas
Planning and property maps
Council of the City of Gold Coast - Divisions
Find a general map outlining the boundaries of the City of Gold Coast, plus individual maps for each Division.
City Plan Interactive Mapping
Find a property
Obtain information about a property, including property details and development applications lodged and other useful information through our Internet based mapping system, PD Online.
The City’s Planning Scheme Flood Maps are designed to assist the City in identifying hazard areas that are subject to flood and act as a trigger for development assessment.
Please note: these maps give a general guide only; they do not provide detailed, property-specific information.
Planning a day out with family and friends? Find a barbecue from more than 400 locations in the many parks and reserves across the Gold Coast using our interactive barbecue finder.
City parking maps
Use our interactive City parking map to find public car parks around the city. This includes links to detailed information about each car park.
Parking precincts - two hour maximum parking
Need a venue for a meeting or event? There are over 40 venues to choose from across the Gold Coast. Look up locations and find information, including venue details, charges, conditions of hire and how to book.
Dog exercise areas
There are many great places across the city where you can exercise your dog. Find out where you can, and can't, walk your dog off-leash.
Gold Coast nature trails
Use our interactive map to select and find nature trails for the activity you're interested in - bushwalking, kayaking, horse-riding, mountain bike riding, or natural surroundings picnics and/or scenic lookouts.
Lifeguard surveillance towers
Find swimming areas that are patrolled by our City lifeguards, who use specially designed beach surveillance towers to help protect swimmers along the city’s 52 kilometres of beaches.
Safety camera network
City of Gold Coast is committed to providing a safe environment for our residents and visitors. We have over 180 safety cameras located across the city, helping us to achieve this goal.
Walking, cycling and public transport maps
One way to stay active and healthy is by exploring over 800 kilometres of bikeways linking neighbourhoods, schools, parks and major transit routes across the Gold Coast.
Waste and recycling centres
Find location details, opening hours and information about what you can and can't dispose of at your local waste and recycling centre.