Local government area boundaries
Local government maps
There are 77 local council areas within Queensland which can be divided or undivided. In a divided council, voters from each division elect a councillor (or councillors in multi-member divided councils) to represent their division. In an undivided council, voters elect all the councillors they wish to represent their council area.
To view the council areas, click on the button below. If you have any trouble accessing the interactive maps, please contact the ECQ.
Please note the internal boundaries (divisions/wards) of 17 divided councils were reviewed in 2019. The March 2020 local government elections will be conducted using the new divisional boundaries, which come into effect at the conclusion of the elections.
Open Interactive Map
The maps below were designed in 2019 in preparation for the 2020 Local Government Quadrennial Election.
- View the individual PDF maps *Note - the March 2020 local government elections will be conducted using new boundaries for 17 divided councils. These boundaries will come into effect at the conclusion of the elections.
- Official administrative Queensland local government maps are available from Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy.
- Interactive local government boundaries can also be viewed through Queensland Globe.