The NSW freight network is made up of roads and railways, which service key nodes on the network such as ports, terminals, and industrial facilities where freight activity is generated.
This interactive map visualises the NSW freight network by showing where these elements are located and how they are connected across the state.
Please note: the map will open in a pop-up window and take several seconds to load.
While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the data within this application, the providers of the data do not make any representations or warranties about its accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability for any particular purpose. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback or questions.
This map is not designed as a route planning tool. Access routes are subject to change as well as specific conditions. For detailed access information, please consult the RMS Intelligent Access Program map or the Restricted Access Vehicle (RAV) map.
How to use the interactive map
|Click the 'home button' icon to zoom the map to the initial map extent.|
|Click the 'legend' icon to learn what is being displayed on the map.|
|Click the 'layers list' icon to turn individual layers on and off.|
|Click the 'base map' icon gallery to view the map in a range of formats.|
|Click the 'overview map' icon to display the current extent of the map within the context of a larger
area. It updates whenever the map extent changes
|Click the 'details' icon to display the contents about the app.|
|Coal and Mineral Mines||Coal|
|Roads||HML A-Double Road Train Routes|
|HML B-Double Routes|
|HML 19 Metre Articulated Combination Routes|
|HML Restricted Bridges|
|Road Train Routes|
|NSW Rail Network||Australian Rail Track Corporation|
|Country Regional Network|
|Country Regional Network non-operational|
|Metropolitan Rail Network key freight routes
(identified by Transport for NSW)
|Metropolitan Rail Network non freight routes|
|Local Government Areas|