Maps Online

Access the online mapping system here.

Mapi is a free mapping application that uses GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to enable you to view property and land information, networked services, the District Plan and aerial photography in the Taupo District.

Mapi is easy to navigate and has some extremely useful features that will continue to be developed. With Mapi you can:
  • Search for property information
  • See the latest aerial photography
  • Find the location of council-owned water, wastewater and stormwater pipes
  • View contours over your property
  • See what day your rubbish is collected
  • Find the closest council reserve and; 
  • View District Plan information.

Before getting started

Please ensure you have the latest version of Silverlight installed here. Older web browsers, most mobile devices, iPads, tablets and some operating systems, are unable to use Silverlight.

We will be releasing an HTML5 version  shortly which will be compatible with a greater number of mobile devices and operating systems.

To ensure you get the most out of this site we have put together a MAPI user guide to help with navigation, toolbars and layers.

GIS data services are now ready for testing

If you use ESRI’s ArcGIS software then you are now able to access the same services that are used by the Mapi viewer:

This link provides Mapi and Imagery services only - all other services are restricted. Please ensure that you read through the disclaimer at the bottom of this page before using the services. Use of our GIS services is subject to your acceptance of the disclaimer.

Our GIS services are still in the testing (‘beta’) phase. They will likely change a bit over the next few months so please use with caution. We will add support for non-ESRI platforms soon.

Contact us

We would like to hear your feedback on our Mapi site including any suggestions you have for new functionality or data. If you require a map or other data not currently available in Mapi contact helpdesk@taupo.govt.nz.

Please ensure that you read through our disclaimer before using the services.

Page reviewed: 26 Feb 2014 4:58pm