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 02/02: Updated with latest available info at start February. Site retirement postponed, testing alternative arrangments, performance may be impacted. All tech data now can be viewed per address at NBNCo, and several RSP's such as MyRepublic provide FTTN speed estimates. FTTN speed range. 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