Read Disclaimer First: This is an unofficial best estimate on both NBN technology and estimated speeds to act only as a guide and overview of the network/tech only. There is no affiliation with NBNCo, and is only an enthusiast site trying to bring visibility to what's being deployed. Your actual tech/speeds will vary. Click on a premise dot (zoom in) to get more detail per premise. Yellow Premises (FTTN) do NOT currently have an estimated speed. This is a work in progress and technology on the map will change.
Always visit the official NBN website at nbnco.com.au for their latest information per address including build/rfs timeframes. Feel free to request NBNCo to provide this information officially
Status 09/01/18: Happy New Year! Site is back up, fixed a few issues and will monitor. FTTN speed range. Recommend Optus SQ Tool that gives FTTN speed estimates. Click on premise to see additional details
Still get asked a lot for updates on #nbn map, which I haven't been updating as often. It takes a fair effort (and compute power) to source all the data in a responsible and fair manner, and that has a reasonable level of quality and accuracy. (1/4)— Dave Cooper (@DCoopes) December 20, 2017
It takes significant time to add quality node / pillar data, update underlying base data for calculations and to execute. It is largely automated and pretty optimized but still takes time to run / check / monitor. (2/4)— Dave Cooper (@DCoopes) December 20, 2017
Since Optus SQ is available, there's less of a public benefit to publish my map, given #nbn FTTN estimates are available. Also NBNCo's planned technology isn't changing that much at the moment, and I don't expect it will too much until their FTTC ramps up. (3/4)— Dave Cooper (@DCoopes) December 20, 2017
Anyway, given I have a Xmas break coming up I will see if I have time to update the tech and any pillars people have sent me and review it from there. (4/4)— Dave Cooper (@DCoopes) December 20, 2017