Search for transport noise corridors
For building applications, you can use the mapping tool to find out if a property is in a designated transport noise corridor.
How the mapping tool works
The tool provides a mapped image and a report about the transport noise corridor that affects a property.
The tool's features include:
- easy navigation for property searches
- options for viewing search results, including standard cadastre or satellite image
- regular updates for property changes such as a subdivision or a divided property
- options for print sizes and saving search results.
Guides for using the mapping tool
The user guide has been updated to reflect the newer mapping for state-controlled roads.
- Quick guide (PDF, 792KB) – an introductory guide to help you use the mapping system and obtain a property search result.
- User guide (PDF, 2MB) – a comprehensive guide to the mapping system and all online search functions and results.
If you need the guides in another format, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessing the mapping tool
To access the mapping tool:
- Visit the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning's Queensland Planning System – Maps.
- Scroll down and select SPP Interactive Mapping System.
- Click the I Accept button to accept the disclaimer.
- Click the Start button.
- Click the Information Purposes link.
- Click the Transport Infrastructure option to view the corridor information.
- The mapping tool can only search for properties affected by the State Government's designated transport noise corridors. It does not include transport noise corridors designated by a local government or noise-related requirements that may be included in a local government planning scheme. Contact the relevant local government to check for any planning scheme requirements that may apply in the area.
- Logan City Council designated its transport noise corridors by Gazette Notice on 27 July 2012.
- Redland City Council designated its transport noise corridors by Gazette Notice on 28 June 2019.
- The Department of Transport and Main Roads designated new transport noise corridors by gazette notice on 29 January 2020.
- Last reviewed: 18 Aug 2022
- Last updated: 14 Feb 2020