The Rural Addressing Project is a joint State and Local Government initiative aimed at providing all occupied rural properties in South Australia with a nationally consistent numbered address. As part of the Rural Addressing Project, the names of rural roads are currently being reviewed by Local Councils and the State Government. The aim is to ensure that all formed public roads have a unique name. As a result, there are many new road names and a number of road names and/or their extent have changed. These roads will not show on CFS Map Books or other published media for some time.
A public rural road map is created for each Council area as the review is finalised. The maps reflect the latest official road name for public and emergency service agencies use.
Local rural road maps are published on the Land Services website as they become officially available.
A rural address can be located using the Property Assist website - key in the full address details as prompted. PropertyAssist will be available from 8am to 8pm each business day and most weekends. However, services may not be available after 6pm on Mondays and Wednesdays or for brief periods on weekends due to system and data update requirements.