NBN Co has recently reviewed its rollout information to align with the policy of the new government. This is an ongoing process and further information will be provided when available.
Service available means the premises is passed by the active network and services may be ordered and purchased from a telephone or internet service provider.
Build commenced means that NBN Co has issued contract instructions to construction partners so they can commence work in this area. The build commenced boundaries are subject to change as a result of boundary changes which may be made during the construction process. Some fixed line areas are in 'trial' and are not classified as rollout regions for the purpose of the Fibre in New Developments (FIND) Policy. To find out whether your development is eligible for fibre under the current FIND Policy, go to our pre-qualification online tool.
Build preparation means that NBN Co’s contractors are undertaking pre-construction activities to deliver NBN high-speed broadband in this area, which may include readying Telstra's pits and pipes for NBN Co use.
Not currently available: Building the NBN hasn't commenced in your area as yet. The NBN is designed to provide Australians with access to affordable high-speed internet and telephone services, regardless of where they live.
Service unavailable: The NBN is available in your area however additional works are necessary to allow a service to be connected. Please call the NBN Co Contact Centre on 1800 OUR NBN (1800 687 626) to find out when service may be available.
Other fibre provider (Adequately served) means the premises can already access fast broadband services through an existing fibre network. NBN Co will not over build this network. You can find out more by reading the Government's 'Adequately Served Policy'. Note that these network boundaries may be subject to change.