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  • <p><b>PLEASE NOTE: These data do not include data over Tasmania. Please see links relevant to that area.</b> <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is a vector representation of the major topographic features appearing on the 1:250,000 scale NATMAPs supplied in KML format and is designed for use in a range of commercial GIS software. Data is arranged within specific themes. All data is based on the GDA94 coordinate system. <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is available as a free download product in Personal Geodatabase, ArcView Shapefile or MapInfo TAB file formats. Each package includes data arranged in ten main themes - cartography, elevation, framework, habitation, hydrography, infrastructure, terrain, transport, utility and vegetation. Data is also available as GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 for Google Earth in kml format for use on Google Earth TM Mapping Service. <p>Product Specifications <p>Themes: Cartography, Elevation, Framework, Habitation, Hydrography, Infrastructure, Terrain, Transport, Utility and Vegetation <p>Coverage: National (Powerlines not available in South Australia) <p>Currency: Data has a currency of less than five years for any location <p>Coordinates: Geographical <p>Datum: Geocentric Datum of Australia (GDA94) <p>Formats: Personal Geodatabase, kml, Shapefile and MapInfo TAB <p>Release Date: 26 June 2006

  • <p><b>PLEASE NOTE: These data do not include data over Tasmania. Please see links relevant to that area.</b> <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is a vector representation of the major topographic features appearing on the 1:250,000 scale NATMAPs supplied in MapInfo Tables format and is designed for use in a range of commercial GIS software. Data is arranged within specific themes. All data is based on the GDA94 coordinate system. <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is available as a free download product in Personal Geodatabase, ArcView Shapefile or MapInfo TAB file formats. Each package includes data arranged in ten main themes - cartography, elevation, framework, habitation, hydrography, infrastructure, terrain, transport, utility and vegetation. Data is also available as GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 for Google Earth in kml format for use on Google Earth TM Mapping Service. <p>Product Specifications <p>Themes: Cartography, Elevation, Framework, Habitation, Hydrography, Infrastructure, Terrain, Transport, Utility and Vegetation <p>Coverage: National (Powerlines not available in South Australia) <p>Currency: Data has a currency of less than five years for any location <p>Coordinates: Geographical <p>Datum: Geocentric Datum of Australia (GDA94) <p>Formats: Personal Geodatabase, kml, Shapefile and MapInfo TAB <p>Release Date: 26 June 2006

  • <p><b>PLEASE NOTE: These data do not include data over Tasmania. Please see links relevant to that area.</b> <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is a vector representation of the major topographic features appearing on the 1:250,000 scale NATMAPs supplied in Personal Geodatabase format and is designed for use in a range of commercial GIS software. Data is arranged within specific themes. All data is based on the GDA94 coordinate system. <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is available as a free download product in Personal Geodatabase, ArcView Shapefile or MapInfo TAB file formats. Each package includes data arranged in ten main themes - cartography, elevation, framework, habitation, hydrography, infrastructure, terrain, transport, utility and vegetation. Data is also available as GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 for Google Earth in kml format for use on Google Earth TM Mapping Service. <p>Product Specifications <p>Themes: Cartography, Elevation, Framework, Habitation, Hydrography, Infrastructure, Terrain, Transport, Utility and Vegetation <p>Coverage: National (Powerlines not available in South Australia) <p>Currency: Data has a currency of less than five years for any location <p>Coordinates: Geographical <p>Datum: Geocentric Datum of Australia (GDA94) <p>Formats: Personal Geodatabase, kml, Shapefile and MapInfo TAB <p>Release Date: 26 June 2006

  • <p><b>PLEASE NOTE: These data do not include data over Tasmania. Please see links relevant to that area.</b> <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is a vector representation of the major topographic features appearing on the 1:250,000 scale NATMAPs supplied in Shape file format and is designed for use in a range of commercial GIS software. Data is arranged within specific themes. All data is based on the GDA94 coordinate system. <p>GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 is available as a free download product in Personal Geodatabase, ArcView Shapefile or MapInfo TAB file formats. Each package includes data arranged in ten main themes - cartography, elevation, framework, habitation, hydrography, infrastructure, terrain, transport, utility and vegetation. Data is also available as GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 for Google Earth in kml format for use on Google Earth TM Mapping Service. <p>Product Specifications <p>Themes: Cartography, Elevation, Framework, Habitation, Hydrography, Infrastructure, Terrain, Transport, Utility and Vegetation <p>Coverage: National (Powerlines not available in South Australia) <p>Currency: Data has a currency of less than five years for any location <p>Coordinates: Geographical <p>Datum: Geocentric Datum of Australia (GDA94) <p>Formats: Personal Geodatabase, kml, Shapefile and MapInfo TAB <p>Release Date: 26 June 2006

  • The Australia Folio Map is A3 size, approximate scale 1:15 million. This is a smaller-scale version of the 1:9 million Compact General Reference Map, depicting the major features of the continent. This map allow users to quickly familiarise themselves with the Australian landscape and geography. This map can be purchased in flat format only. Sold through Geoscience Australia`s Sales Centre or our map retailers who are located throughout every State and Territory of Australia. Product Specifications Coverage: Complete coverage of Australia Currency: Last revised 1996 Coordinates: No coordinates shown Datum: No horizontal datum; AHD Projection: Simple Conic on two standard parallels (18S and 36S) Medium: Paper, flat copies Forward Program: Will be revised upon completion of small-scale product data revision

  • This stunning image map of the Cocos islands provides an informative look at this Australian Territory. Derived from a SPOT satellite image, it includes a description and history of the island, location map and numerous colour photographs. Spot multi spectral image single sided poster. Sold through Geoscience Australia`s Sales Centre or our map retailers, located throughout Australia.

  • This service provides Australian surface hydrology, including natural and man-made features such as water courses (including directional flow paths), lakes, dams and other water bodies. The information was derived from the Surface Hydrology database, with a nominal scale of 1:250,000. The service contains layer scale dependencies.

  • This web service shows areas or locations occupied by an existing high-density urban development or known individual building structures in peri-urban and remote locations. Data used in this service is of varying levels of coverage and quality since it is aggregated from a variety of sources. The intended purpose of the service is to provide preliminary, first-pass information about urban environment, building structures and their distribution in landscape, as one of constraints on future development. Users should carry out further and more detailed investigations because this information is not meant to be a definitive source or support engineering phase planning. The service has layer scale dependencies.

  • This web service shows areas or locations occupied by an existing high-density urban development or known individual building structures in peri-urban and remote locations. Data used in this service is of varying levels of coverage and quality since it is aggregated from a variety of sources. The intended purpose of the service is to provide preliminary, first-pass information about urban environment, building structures and their distribution in landscape, as one of constraints on future development. Users should carry out further and more detailed investigations because this information is not meant to be a definitive source or support engineering phase planning. The service has layer scale dependencies.