Rural addressing is a collaborative community project administered by the Land and Property Information and local governments. It is a uniform approach for identifying and locating rural properties throughout Australia.
Click here to view the interactive map of Parkes Shire rural properties and their addresses.
Why is Rural Addressing needed?
Rural addressing provides a standardised means of locating rural properties Australia-wide with a system that is accurate, easy to understand, and easy to apply.
How does Rural Addressing work?
Rural addressing assigns a number to every property per a set of rules. The distance from a starting point determines the number, usually a road intersection, with odd numbers on the left and even numbers on the right.
For more information refer to the Rural Addressing FAQ's.