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  • Polygons delineating Forest Management Blocks. The layer also contains aggregations of forest management blocks representing other administrative boundaries such as Forest Districts, Work Centres, Forest Management Areas (FMAs), VicForests Adiminstrative areas and an approximation to RFAs based on blocks. This is implemented via the use of Arc/Info region attribute tables.

  • The 2011 Urban Development Program Data provides updated information for supply and demand for residential and industrial land across metropolitan Melbourne and the Geelong Region. Collation of the data draws on information and feedback from a wide range of sources, including State and Local Government, the housing and land development industries, infrastructure and service providers, industry associations, and development consultants and strategists. The library covers the following themes 1. Major Residential Redevelopment sites for Metropolitan Melbourne 2. Broadhectare sites both recently developed and future supply 3. Major Infill 4. Minor Infill that has been constructed in the past 5 years 5. Identified Housing Estates 6. Zoned Industrial Land 7. Proposed Industrial Land 8. Industrial Nodes In addition to Metropolitan Melbourne (2010). This data covers the following LGAs 1. Wodonga (2009) 2. Ballarat (2009) 3. Bendigo (2009) 4. Latrobe (2009) 5. Greater Shepparton (2011) 6. Wangaratta (2011) 7. Mildura (2011) 8. Horsham (2011) 9. Warnambool (2011) 10. Greater Geelong (2012) 11. Golden Plains (2012) 12. Surf Coast (2012) 13. Colac Otway (2012)

  • Product version containing the following 2 datasets:- For detailed metadata, see individual records. VMPLAN_PLAN_ORDINANCE_LPP_URL (ANZVI0803005951) VMPLAN_PLAN_ORDINANCE_VPP_URL (ANZVI0803005954) Note: The VPP table was updated 14/7/2022 to accommodate changes to the the new format Planning Scheme webpages.The field LGA_CODE was added and a unique url for each zone and overlay for every scheme now exists. Hence, the number of records n the table has significantly increased.

  • This package of data contains flood extent, contour and spot height features derived from various flood studies, reports, plans and imagery. It includes both modelled and observed data. It comprises 3 main data groups, containing a total of 26 seperate layers, with data groups as follows: Modelled Flood Extents: Extent_{n}y_ARI, where n = 5,10,20,30,50,100,200,500,1000 year intervals Modelled Flood Contours: Contour_{n}y_ARI, where n = 5,10,20,50,100,200 year intervals Other flood datasets: Floodway, Historic_extents, Historic_height_pt, Historic_contours, Flow_direction, Flood_structure, Levee, Levee_spotheight, Running_distance.

  • The ISC2010_FULL_METRICS_PACKAGE represents the full set of available ISC2010 data sets. This includes all spatial (vector) features and all a-spatial statistical summary tables. The individual ISC2010 metric data sets can also be accessed separately. The Product Description "ISC2010 Remote Sensing Metrics" describes the remote sensing and mapping approach used to create all ISC2010 Metic data sets. Go to http://ics.water.vic.gov.au/ics/ River condition in Victoria is assessed every 5 years using the Index of Stream Condition (ISC). The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) developed a methodology to assess the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation components of the ISC using remote sensing data, specifically LIDAR and aerial photography. A State Wide mapping project was undertaken in 2010-13 to accurately map the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation metrics of the ISC . Other ISC metrics were not assessed in the project and were derived from other sources. The Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation Metric products are a combination of mapped Vector and Raster data as well as Tabular Summary Statistics about the mapped features. In the context of the project, the term Metrics is used to refer to both the mapped features and the summary statistics. Remote sensing data used includes 15cm true colour and infra-red aerial photography and four return multi-pulse LiDAR data. This source data was used to derive a variety of Raster data sets including Digital Terrain Models, Slope, Vegetation Height and Vegetation Cover. The Digital Terrain and Slope rasters were used to map Physical Form metrics including Stream Bed, Top of Bank and River Centre Lines while the Vegetation Height and Cover rasters were used to map the Riparian Vegetation metrics. The Project Report "Aerial Remote Sensing for Physical Channel Form and Riparian Vegetation Mapping" describes the remote sensing and mapping approach used to create this data set.

  • This package of data contains the following spatial layer and table. IWSFOOTPRINT RASTER_FILENAME_OPTION IWSFOOTPRINT contains footprints showing the geographic extent of each web service published by DELWP's Image Web Server application (access restricted to authorised users). This layer is used as an index of imagery datasets published through this application. RASTER_FILENAME_OPTION table contains a listing of all accepted Theme and Type acronym options for WMS Names, and a decoded description for each option. See individual metadata records for the layer and table. ***This product can not be exported in MAPINFO TAB format from Spatial Datamart. MapInfo users are asked to use the MID/MIF file export format.***

  • The Victorian Coastal Inundation Dataset (the product) is a digital dataset consisting of eight spatial layers modelling the extent of land subject to coastal inundation due to projected sea level rise from 2009 to 2100. This product is recommended for use at a scale of approximately 1:75,000 or less detail to reflect the limitations in the modelling and the recommended catchment to regional scale of inundation assessments with this product. The product is NOT suitable for assessments of potential risks at property level. The datasets available are: Sea Level Rise: - SLR00CM_2009 - Current (2009) sea level - SLR20CM_2040 - Projected 20cm sea level rise by 2040 - SLR47CM_2070 - Projected 47cm sea level rise by 2070 - SLR82CM_2100 - Projected 82cm sea level rise by 2100 Storm tide (1-in-100 year) with added wind forcing plus sea level rise - SLR00CM_ST_2009 - Current (2009) inundation to 1-in-100 year storm tide level - SLR20CM_ST_2040 - Inundation to 1-in-100 year storm tide level with storm surge increased by 6% plus 20 cm sea level rise - SLR47CM_ST_2070 - Inundation to 1-in-100 year storm tide level with storm surge increased by 13% plus 47 cm sea level rise - SLR82CM_ST_2100 - Inundation to 1-in-100 year storm tide level with storm surge increased by 19% plus 82 cm sea level rise Interactive Map:- http://mapshare.maps.vic.gov.au/gvh270hydra/ > Future Coasts (Modelled) This data has been computed to support the Victorian Governments Future Coasts Project.

  • Vicmap Crown Land Tenure is a statewide dataset series that plays a key role in the management of Victoria's Crown land. It was created (June 2003 - Feb 2004) from migrating LCMP layers into the Vicmap structure. The layer provides information about the Private use of Crown land Parcels and Crown Roads. CL_TENURE_VIEW contains a number of Tenure types including: - (A) Agricultural including Unused Road licences, Water Frontage licences and Grazing licences, - (L) Lease including Commercial type leases, - (G) General Licences including miscellaneous community use licences, permits & consents - (P) Pipe including Water supply pipelines, - (RM) Reserve including land gazetted as a Reserve in Government Gazettes, - Tenure Identifiers, Tenure type identifiers and Tenure code identifiers. The database is continually maintained, obtaining maintenance from authoritative sources within State Government. Datasets in the series are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. Tenure boundaries and descriptors as per Crown Land Management - Vicmap Crown Land Tenure (CL_TENURE_VIEW); Government Roads as per Crown Land Management - Vicmap Crown Land Tenure (GOV_ROAD_POLYGON);

  • An aggregation of datasets that are delivered to the Topograhic Maintainer (SKM) on a regular basis, usual weekly, to support the maintenance of the topographic datasets. These datasets are used by the editors and must be downloaded due to file size.

  • Vicmap Features of Interest Product contains a series of datasets. This dataset series contains a range of features of interest represented by points, lines and/or polygons within Victoria. Datasets in the series are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. VMFEAT_FOI_INDEX_CENTROID VMFEAT_FOI_INDEX_EXTENT VMFEAT_FOI_LINE VMFEAT_FOI_POINT VMFEAT_FOI_POLYGON VMFEAT_LOCALITY_POINT Register of Geographic Names - Vicmap Features of Interest (GNR); Built Up area - Vicmap Features of Interest (PL_PLACE_AREA_POLYGON); Building Point (VMFEAT_BUILDING_POINT); Building Poly (VMFEAT_BUILDING_POLY):