The Atlas of Productive Ageing provides regional statistics on the population, health, finance, housing and activity of Australians aged 50+. The data are available by state and local government area, along with a step-by-step guide to using the Atlas.
Use Atlas South Australia to access maps and geographic information about South Australia in an interactive atlas format.
The Australian Atlas of Mineral Resources, Mines, and Processing Centres aims to provide an authoritative understanding of Australia's known mineral and energy (solid fuel) assets, mines and production/processing centres (existing and planned).
The Australian Soil Resource Information System (ASRIS) provides online access to the best available soil and land resource information in a consistent format across the country. ASRIS has been developed for a broad range of users including natural resource managers, educational institutions, planners, researchers, and community groups.
The Australian Spatial Data Directory (ASDD) aims to improve access to Australian spatial data for industry, government, education and the general community. The ASDD provides search interfaces to discover geospatial dataset descriptions (metadata) throughout Australia.
National Library of Australia guide and Index to useful internet sites for Australian maps and mapping.
The Defence Imagery and Geospatial Organisation (DIGO) provides geospatial intelligence, from imagery and other sources, in support of Australia's defence and national interests.
Find a Victorian property or place by street address, suburb or town, lot on plan, coordinates or street directory and get a report with location details, planning zone summaries and more; search street directories; or build your own map.
ICSM is comprised of senior representatives of Australia's Commonwealth, State, Territory and Defence agencies responsible for surveying and mapping. New Zealand is also a member of ICSM and their members represent both New Zealand civil and Defence mapping.
A4 size map of Australia in colour showing capital cities, state borders, elevation etc.
MapConnect enables personal and professional users alike to download and print maps of their chosen area, in a standard web browser environment without the need for additional software. The application utilises Geoscience Australia's GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3 data that covers the entire nation. MapConnect also has the ability to turn on and off specific feature layers.
These Geoscience Australia maps can be downloaded free of charge to use in reports, projects and as a reference source, provided an acknowledgement accompanies the image.
Search over 100,000 maps of Australia held in Australia's libraries, from the earliest mapping to the present. This facility allows you to define an area or enter a search term to search for maps of Australia held in Australia's libraries. The search facility also includes digitised maps.
Australia has jurisdiction over a wide variety of offshore mineral deposits. Includes a link to the map of Australian Offshore Mineral Locations, which depicts the location of many known deposits.
A range of theme and reference maps are available from Geoscience Australia. Some are also available as free resources for download.
Geoscience Australia's National Geographic and Information Group is the Australian Government's national mapping agency. They provide authoritative geographic information services and products to enable evidence-based decision making, deliver government policy, assist industry development needs and support community wellbeing.