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  • This dataset was created in conjunction with PLM25, to represent one of the management overlays. The overlays have been mapped at 1:25 000, using VicMap topographic data in particular parcels to create more accurate and identifiable boundaries. PLM25_OVERLAYS is located under the CROWNLAND schema. PLEASE NOTE: This dataset now replaces the PLM100 overlays. This dataset is a representation of the boundaries - the gazettal and certified plans are the official boundaries. Currently the creation process is not automated or synchronised with PLM25 updates. For more information please contact the Information Services Division.

  • This dataset was created in conjunction with PLM25, to represent the management overlays. The attributes are based on the PLM25 structure. The overlays have been mapped at 1:25 000, using VicMap topographic data to create more accurate and identifiable boundaries. PLM25_OVERLAYS is located under the CROWNLAND schema. It has been created in conjunction with PLM25 to ensure the overlays match the PLM25 land management categories. PLEASE NOTE: This dataset now replaces the PLM100 overlays. PLM25_OVERLAYS have been created by loading Reference areas, wilderness zones, heritage rivers, remote and natural areas and natural catchment areas into one dataset. They are also available as separate datasets. This dataset is a representation of the certified plans - the gazettal and certified plans are the official boundaries. Currently the creation process is not automated or synchronised with PLM25 updates. For more information please contact the Information Services Division.

  • This layer identifies the entrances to major watercourses along the Victorian coastline. The layer is a points coverage with the point location representing approximately the centre of the watercourse entrance. Sites were identified from 1:25,000 topographic maps and consultation with coastal rangers. The layer is intended to provide oil spill response personnel with a guide to assist in determining response techniques to prevent oil slicks entering these river inlets in the event of an oil spill. Locations are classified as continously open or intermittently open.