Comprises a diverse community of data providers, sub-project collaborators, technology partners and international connections, all brought together by a common vision of better information infrastructure driving Australia’s urban future. Access the AURIN portal to access data and tools for map creation.
From the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Apply street and placename information, basic topographical information like contours and waterways, and overlay historical, environmental and heritage planning information.
MetroMap is an online aerial imagery subscription service offering high resolution imagery. Accessible images captured and processed at a nadir resolution of 5cm - 10cm GSD (pixel size) or better. Imagery is accurate to 3 pixels or better. Images are updated four times per year for each major capital city as a standard (subject to suitable weather and air traffic restrictions). RMIT users will have access to MetroMap 2D imagery, including all historical archives and spatial tools with unlimited downloads for the duration of the subscription period.
Search planning scheme maps, view planning zones and overlays, prepare and print a customised report. the map includes information about properties listed on the Victorian Heritage Register, aerial imagery for the Port Phillip Bay area, historical maps for the 1954, 1959, 1968 and 1985 Melbourne Metropolitan Planning Schemes, sites of significance that are registered on the Victorian Heritage Register, areas of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Significance. From the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
MapshareVic allows you to interact with Property, Forest, Public Land and Water maps, view different basemaps, search for an address, place name, locality or LGA, identify features on the map, print and export your map.