We build our coverage maps using the latest tools so we can show you predicted Optus mobile outdoor coverage as best we can.
But, like any radio-based network, coverage is going to vary in quality and availability. This could be because of your device, how close you are to our nearest mobile tower, or how many people are using the Network where you are.
Also, local conditions and things like hills, concrete structures, high-rise buildings, lifts, basements and tunnels may all affect your reception.
Optus' coverage maps show planned rollouts. These predictions are based on rollout schedules available at the time of publication and may change without notice.
IMPROVING YOUR COVERAGE
An external antenna can improve coverage for some mobile devices in a fringe coverage area.
The Optus 5G Network
These maps show approximate coverage of the Optus 5G network for Mobile and home services but does not include indoor coverage.
The maps are an indication that you may be within a 5G serviceable area, it does not guarantee that your address is 5G serviceable.
There may be technical or other reasons that affect your ability to access the service on the 5G network at your address. Local conditions, including but not limited to, the number of users, building materials, vegetation and terrain may impact your ability to connect to the Optus 5G network and the speed you experience.
When not in a 5G coverage area, compatible devices will switch to the Optus 4G or 3G Network where it is available.