I think that in view of the number of cases in Victoria, the LGA locations of new cases should be published. At least then older citizens have some idea as to whether there are outbreaks in their area.
they are published daily Keith, check out https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/media-hub-coronavirus-disease-covid-19, slide 4
If numbers are not your bag the Guardian scrapes this data and put it into an easy to read graphic.
Data provided by Victoria's Chief Health Officer Professor Brett Sutton showed that of the total cases since the outbreak started, 3176 were from metropolitan Melbourne, while 279 have been from regional Victoria.
The local government area with the most infected residents since the start of the outbreak was Hume with 354, followed by Melbourne (318), Wyndham (263), Brimbank (232), and Moonee Valley (228) in the top five.
The Victorian Government has released a detailed breakdown of the number of cases present in each of the 32 local government areas (LGAs) currently under "stay at home" orders.
Here is the full list below:
Victoria records 428 COVID-19 cases and three more deaths