This polyline dataset represents the centreline of active tourist/heritage railway corridors in Victoria. The dataset inclues the Bellarine Penninsula Tourist Railway, Daylesford Spa Country Tourist Railway, Mornington Tourist Railway, Puffing Billy Tourist Railway, South Gippsland Tourist Railway, Victorian Goldfields Railway, Walhalla Goldfields Tourist Railway and Yarra Valley Tourist Railway. The railways are run by non-profit groups who are mainly volunteers and rely on strong community involvement and support. The dataset does not include several miniture railways and tramways also found in Victoria.
This layer presents the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass/submerged aquatic vegetation at Gippsland Lakes mapped from 1997 aerial photography and field observations.
This point dataset represents the approximate centre of rail freight facilities in Victorian and southern NSW (connected the Victorian rail network). The freight facilities include sea ports, intermodal terminals, quarry terminals, timber terminals and agricultural terminals. Some of the freight facilities are located on privately owned rail spurs.
This line layer represents the location of underground rail track for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project. The Concept Design shown in this data reflects the indicative design shown in the Project's Environmental and Effects Statement (EES) which was publicly circulated with the community in May 2016. The Metro Tunnel Project comprises two twin 9 kilometre tunnels with five new underground stations, including two city stations directly connected to Flinders Street and Melbourne Central. It will connect the Sunbury and Cranbourne / Pakenham lines for the first time, creating a new end-to-end train line through the inner city. Construction of the Metro Tunnel began in 2017 and it is due to be completed by 2026. The Metro Tunnel Project comprises various works packages. As the project progresses and designs are further developed and approved, an updated dataset will be made available.
This layer contains polygons defining the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows within Wingan Inlet mapped from 1999 aerial photography and ground-truthing.
This dataset represents road elements of the Victorian Principal Freight Network (PFN) as presented in Victoria the Freight State 2013. The Principal Freight Network (PFN) was defined in the 2008 Freight Futures document as "The Principal Freight Network is the part of the larger transport network over which the movement of heavy freight will be concentrated. This will be achieved by upgrading the capacity of the network to move freight and by ensuring that the network is managed to reduce freight travel time and increase the reliability of freight movement."
This layer contains polygons defining the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows within Anderson Inlet mapped from 1999 aerial photography and ground-truthing.
This point layer contains Aids to Navigation to assist in providing safe shipping in Port Phillip. This dataset includes Aids to Navigation managed by the Port of Melbourne. The Aids to Navigation mark the shipping channel and also assist in marking the centre lines and extremities of the channel in which ships must navigate. These points are NOT to be relied upon for navigational purposes.
This layer contains polygons defining the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows within Sydenham Inlet mapped from 1999 aerial photography and ground-truthing.
This point dataset represents active rail stations in Victoria. It includes railway stations served by Metro services, V/Line services and interstate passenger services to Sydney and Adelaide (the XPT and Overland rail service). The data may also include any "under construction" stations. The data includes attributes which identify if the station is used by Metro services, V/Line services and interstate passenger services. The attributes also the StopID, ticket zone and if the station is a premium station.