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  • DISCLAIMER: The information on the location of overhead powerlines contained on this platform (Information) has not been verified or audited. It may contain inaccuracies, may not be complete and may not be fit for the purpose for which you are seeking to use or rely on it. By accepting these terms and accessing or using the Information, you acknowledge and agree that: (a) no representation or warranty is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the Information, or that the Information is up to date; (b) no representation or warranty is given that the Information has been audited, verified or prepared with reasonable care; (c) no party involved in the preparation of the Information takes any responsibility for any interpretation, opinion or conclusion that you may form as a result of examining the Information; and (d) no party involved in the preparation of the Information is in any way liable for any loss of any kind (including, without limitation, damages, costs, interest, loss of profits, or special loss or damage) arising from an error, inaccuracy, incompleteness or similar defect in the Information or arising from any default, negligence or lack of care in relation to the preparation or provision of the Information (and you agree not to make any claim or commence or pursue any proceedings against any of them); (e) You are making an independent assessment of the Information and it you will carry out, and rely solely on, your own investigation and analyses in relation to the Information, and verify all information on which it you intends to rely to your own satisfaction; and (f) any reliance by you on any Information, or any use of any Information, is solely at your own risk. The Data depicts the location of Victoria's distribution and transmission overhead powerline network, specifically: Transmission (TL), Sub-transmission (TR), High Voltage (HV) and Low Voltage (LV) Vector line data.. The Data does not include service lines or private overhead powerlines. Vicmap Infrastructure includes industrial and utility assets and facilities associated with administrative and social governmental services such as pubic administrations, utilities & environmental monitoring. Resource dataset name - POWER_LINE

  • From the Vicroads Country Street Directory 1st edition. Not complete, used mainly for Ballarat and Bendigo

  • This layer depicts spatial objects (points) representing Regional Train Stations (V/Line). Each station has attributes that describe StopID, StopName (station), Lat/Long, Ticket Zone and Routes Using Stop. The data has been generated from the PTV GTFS data with extra attributes from PTV's TransNet database. This dataset supersedes "PTV_TRAIN_STATION" (which included both metro and regional stations). This dataset was first loaded into the VSDL in March 2018 and will be updated approximately quarterly.

  • This layer represents the locations of ESTA Emergency marker locations. Emergency Markers are designed to pinpoint your exact location during an emergency in public open spaces or a hard to define places. This dataset was included in the VSDL as part of the marine pollution response spatial capability. ESTA markers are useful during marine pollution response to provide points of refence for shoreline inspections and clean up operations. A coastal subset version of this dataset has been created for use on Oil Spill Response Maps.

  • This layer contains the bondary that denotes the total extent of the Victorian Scallop Zone

  • This layer represents the locations of sites that are potential Incident Control Centres. Site locations were derived from the regional oil spill response contingency plans. These sites could be used in the event of an oil spill occurring within the local area. The Regional Marine Pollution Contingency Plans contain contact numbers and details for each site, which have not been included in this layer's attributes.

  • This point layer represents ground-truthing for baseline seagrass habitat mapping of Western Port in 1999. Observations were taken from vessels including a special marine habitat survey vessel equipped with a glass bottomed submersible pod. Seabed observations were recorded along continuous transects and at spot sample sites. Seagrass species, density, and presence of macroalgae were recorded at each sampling point.

  • This polygon layer identifies shoreline types and habitats in the coastal and shallow subtidal region. The shoreline types and habitats were mapped through interpretation of colour aerial photography in conjunction with field observations to ground-truth the photography. The layer was created by DSE for the Gippsland Coastal Board.

  • This layer contains polygon features which represent depth zones in Bass Strait.

  • Shallow marine habitat mapping at Marengo Reefs Marine Sanctuary from aerial photography and underwater video.