Providing a map can help users of your website find the physical shopfront(s) of your organisation.
You might like to consider using an online mapping service to help you do this. They can generally provide you with the markup
language needed to embed a map of your location(s) into your site.
When you are putting a map on your website, these mapping tools may allow you to do things like:
Create maps based on Australian locations and access aerial and satellite imagery.
Provide map navigation tools (like zoom and panning).
Add markers to the map, including street labels.
Create route maps and turn-by-turn directions between addresses.
Convert a street address into latitude and longitude coordinates.
Convert latitude and longitude coordinates into a street address.
In some instances, Google will automatically add a location for your business on its map service or one of your customers may add a location for you. In these cases, you can claim your location
to make it official and control your details. Find out more on the Google Places
for Business site.
Mapping tools can also be used to track delivery
or service vehicles or optimise their routes.