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  • Water Frontages are a subset of the VMPROP.V_PARCEL_MP_CROWN_APPROVED dataset. From the LIMS database, water frontage licences were selected and the associated parcels were selected on the SPI number or the P Number. The parcels selected were compared to the list of streams reserved under the 1881 reservation of water frontages for public purposes. A majority of streams were identified. Some stream beds and banks have not yet been parcelised, so any unidentified parcels were selected which aligned with the hydrology layer and had an irregular shape and were added to the layer. The VicMap hydrology layer was used to label water frontages.

  • Formerly Proclaimed Water Supply Catchments. Domestic Water Supply Catchments as proclaimed under the Soil Conservation and Land Utilization Act, 1958 in conjunction with the Land Conservation Act, 1970. This layer identifies domestic Water Supply Catchments that are subject to a Land Use Determination or a Land Use Notice.

  • Based on PWSC100 Layer from 1 JAN 1992. Edited NOV 2021 to include updated declaration boundaries. Name Changed to SWSCA100 to reflect Legislation terminology and updates. Restricted release 1 JAN 2022. Full release 02DEC2022 - with edits to update Water corporation names and CMA names. Sliver polygons removed where impacting on naming.

  • This layer provides the boundaries of the River Basins of Victoria, and is part of a system devised by the Australian Water Resources Council (AWRC). The basins within Victoria are contained within two drainage divisions; the Murray Darling Division and the South East Coast Division.

  • Hydrographs from over 2000 state observation bores were reviewed in order to group bores which have a similar water level trend and are screened in the same aquifer. The groupings of observation bores are referred to as 'suites' and are classified according to the Upper, Middle, Lower and Basement aquifers aligning with the Victorian Aquifer Framework. By applying a statistical technical, a normalised hydrograph was developed for each suite using the observed water levels from all bores within the suite. This hydrograph is representative of the groundwater trend within the suite. A spatial boundary has been created for each suite which encompasses all bores within the suite. The boundaries were manually constructed and cover the extent of the mapped aquifers.

  • Hydrographs from over 2000 state observation bores were reviewed in order to group bores which have a similar water level trend and are screened in the same aquifer. The groupings of observation bores are referred to as 'suites' and are classified according to the Upper, Middle, Lower and Basement aquifers aligning with the Victorian Aquifer Framework. By applying a statistical technical, a normalised hydrograph was developed for each suite using the observed water levels from all bores within the suite. This hydrograph is representative of the groundwater trend within the suite. A spatial boundary has been created for each suite which encompasses all bores within the suite. The boundaries were manually constructed and cover the extent of the mapped aquifers.

  • Polygons showing the extent and types of wetlands in Victoria based on photography taken during the 1970's and 80's. Wetlands are classified into primary categories based on water regimes and subdivided into sub areas based on vegetation or hydologic attributes. The polygon boundaries were derived from digitizing marked up aerial photography interpretation.

  • This dataset contains the digitised centroids of smaller man made waterbodies (including farm dams) in northern Victoria using a combination of satellite and aerial imagery. Should be used in conjunction with FARM_DAMS. This data was updated in January 2019 to improve the usefulness of the attribute data.

  • This layer is used in association with the GMA layer and represents the internal zone boundaries within each GMA (if applicable).