Maps

Mobility Map

Accessible travel around Benalla has been aided by the recent launch of a Benalla City Centre Mobility Map. The Mobility Map shows the location of community facilities within the central business district, including accessible toilets and parking, baby change tables, scooter recharge points and public seating.

Download the Benalla Town Centre Mobility Map(PDF, 261KB)

Off-Lead Map

Benalla Rural City is a ‘dog on lead’ or ‘dog on leash’ area. This means that when walking, your dog must be on a lead at all times except in designated areas. Designated off-lead or ‘dog off leash’ areas are clearly marked with signs.

Download the dog off-lead map(PDF, 1MB)

Under the Domestic Animals Act 1994, all dogs must be under effective control while outside their owner’s property. An owner must not allow their dog to worry, chase or threaten any person or animal. In any of the off-lead areas, the person in charge of a dog must remain in effective voice or hand control and be able to bring the dog under control with restraint if necessary.

Unsubdivided Municipal Electoral Boundary Map

Benalla Rural City has an area of 2,354 square metres.

Following a major review of municipal boundaries in 2007, the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) recommended that Benalla Rural City dissolve the former wards and allow Councillors to focus on bringing areas of expertise to Council rather than focussing on geographic issues.

Download a Benalla Rural City Council Map 

To check whether your address falls within the Benalla Rural City Council municipality, you can use this tool on the VEC website.

 

Benalla Rural City Maps

This page contains the map of Benalla Rural City and the urban map of Benalla township. 

View map of Benalla Rural City(PDF, 3MB)
View an urban map of Benalla township(PDF, 2MB)

 

Other Maps

Access property and parcel interactive maps:

For interactive planning scheme maps and related information, visit the Victorian Government’s planning website:

Find route maps and information about transport in Victoria. You can search for old parish plans and maps on the State Library of Victoria’s website. For geoscientific mapping, see the Federal Government of Australia’s Geoscience page