The original Hoddle map is held by the Public Records Office of Victoria, however, you see a digital copy in the One Place, Many Stories website overlaid over a present day map or satellite image.
The tapestry really highlights how cartography can be represented in art and that many of the early survey plans, were art in their own right.
You can see the tapestry in the foyer of 600 Bourke St.
To see the Hoddle map go to One Place, Many Stories: http://oneplace.net.au
Under the option, Select your school, select An example school, and under Select your project, choose, Maps of Early Melbourne.
You then may have to zoom into central Melbourne, where you see the pins. Enjoy.