Helping you find government information and services

Spatial information

Find Australian Government and state and territory government spatial data and agencies.

ANZLIC – The Spatial Information Council

Provides access to the wealth of spatial data and services provided by a wide range of organisations in the public and private sectors. ANZLIC is the peak organisation for spatial information in Australia and New Zealand.

ANZLIC – The Spatial Information Council

Australian Antarctic Data Centre

Manages science data from Australia's Antarctic research; maps Australia's areas of interest and manages Australia's Antarctic state of the environment reporting.

Australian Antarctic Division

Australian Soil Resource Information System

Provides online access to soil and land resource information.

CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

Data tools (ABARES)

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ABARES produce tools, models, data and metadata to help agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries make decisions.

Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

data.gov.au

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Provides an easy way to find, access and reuse public data from the Australian Government and state and territory governments. We encourage you to use government data to analyse, mashup and develop tools and applications to benefit all Australians.

Digital Transformation Agency

FIND-Australian Spatial Data Catalogue

Provides access, in conjunction with data.gov.au, to a network of open government data for industry, government, education and the general community.

Geoscience Australia

Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping

Provides leadership, coordination and standards for surveying, mapping/charting and national datasets.

Geoscience Australia

Navy Meteorology and Oceanography

Provides maritime geospatial information and services to meet Defence requirements and national obligations.

Department of Defence

Sentinel

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A national bushfire monitoring system that provides timely information about hotspots to emergency service managers across Australia.

Geoscience Australia