Wednesday, November 21, 2007


Love Maps?

We do.

And so do a lot of other people. Did you know:

  • first went live in December 1997
  • is visited over four million times per month (Source: Nielsen//NetRatings SiteCensus average monthly sessions Aug 06 - Jan 07)
  • has experienced growth of 53% in average monthly unique browsers in the past 12 months (Source: Average monthly unique browsers 2006 v 2005: Nielsen//NetRatings SiteCensus Jan 05 - Dec 06)
  • 99% of users surveyed indicated that they intend to return to the site (Source: Whereis Consumer Experience Survey, 2 Degrees Research Pty Ltd 2006)
  • has three times more brand awareness than any other online mapping service ( Source: Nielsen//NetRatings Australian Internet & Technology Report 2006) sources its digital maps from UBD who are Australia's leading brand in street directories. All of the maps are computer drawn which produces clarity and usability that are second to none. UBD is Australia's largest publisher of mapping and travel related products. Its publishing program includes street directories, guides, maps and road atlases.

Visit for more information.

Not only can you pinpoint the precise location of a street on, you can also:

  • View high-quality photos of Australian cities with the ability to see to better than 15cm resolution using the "Photo" button
  • Get point-to-point directions between (up to) three specified addresses
  • Search for key points of interest on the map including train stations, public toilets, picnic areas and many more.

Finding your way has never been easier or more convenient.

GPS Navigation and Digital Maps - powered by Whereis®

Whereis® provides a leading map database for Australian and New Zealand navigation systems. Whereis® products include a range of data products suitable for in-car and portable navigation consumers, through to large corporations managing routing and scheduling of fleets.

For more information visit

Whereis® Navigator

Whereis® Navigator is the low-cost wireless GPS navigation solution for mobile phones and pocket PCs.

With real-time turn-by turn vehicle navigation and access to regularly updated maps and points-of-interest, you'll always know where you are and where you're going.

For more information visit is apart of the Sensis network of web sites. Visit the Sensis Corporate site for more information

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