Find out more about NBN Co’s rollout plans
The rollout map
NBN Co’s rollout map is the quickest and easiest way to follow the NBN rollout – it shows where construction is planned to start, has commenced or has been completed. It also has information on how to connect once services are available in your area.
The three year rollout plan
NBN Co has released its 2013-16 fibre rollout plan, listings over 4.8 million homes and businesses where fibre construction is complete, has commenced or is planned to start to across Australia by mid-2016.
Don’t worry if you can’t spot your area in the plan yet–NBN Co will be updating the plan each year with new locations until the rollout is complete.
Areas in the three year plan are shaded green on NBN Co’s rollout map, but you can also find a complete list of these areas here .
The one year construction plan
NBN Co’s one year construction plan shows where work will begin within the next year and gives more detailed information about expected start dates and suburbs covered in this stage of the rollout.
Areas in the one year plan are coloured light blue on NBN Co’s rollout map, but you can also find a copy of the plan with the complete list here .
The ready for service plan
NBN Co’s ready for service plan is a monthly update on locations where the fibre and fixed wireless rollout has commenced and when these areas are expected to be ‘ready for service’. This gives an indication of when NBN services are expected to start becoming available in an area.
Usually, once NBN Co declares an area ready for service, it takes about four weeks before providers are ready to start offering internet and telephone services. Many providers will take orders in the 2-3 weeks leading up to being able to activate services.
Areas in NBN Co’s ready for service plan are orange on NBN Co’s rollout map, but you can also find a copy of the plan with the complete list here .