Digital Twin Victoria is moving

Recreate your story maps and bookmarks on the new platform before 12 June 2024.

Wednesday, 22 May 2024 at 7:42 am
Department of Transport and Planning
A woman holds up a glowing outline of the State of Victoria. Text on the left hand side reads 'Digital Twin Victoria: We're moving. Find us at'.

The features you know and love (and a few new ones) are now available at Digital Twin Victoria's (DTV's) new address:

On 12 June 2024 DTV's original URL, will be turned off.

What does this mean for you?

During the transition period, from 1 May to 12 June 2024, both the existing and new address for the DTV Platform will be available. 

DTV understand the importance of story maps and bookmarks, so this is your chance to jump in and recreate them at

All existing bookmarks and story maps using our old address will be unavailable from 12 June 2024.

Before 12 June 2024, make sure you:

  1. Review and capture your story maps: if you want to recreate your story maps at the new address, screen capture each scene to assist in doing so.
  2. Recreate bookmarks and story maps: from 1 May, jump on the new address to recreate your bookmarks and story maps and access more underlying data. 

How can we help?

The DTV team is here to support you during this transition. To get started, visit the DTV Wiki(opens in a new window) or contact us at in a new window). Alternatively, go to Digital Twin Victoria(opens in a new window) for more information.

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