Maps and mapping
Delivers authoritative minerals and mining information and provides a virtual showcase of the industry for global audiences. It allows users to examine and evaluate digital spatial data related to the minerals industry against an array of infrastructure, demographic, resource and environmental dimensions.
Responsible for the publication and distribution of nautical charts and other information required for the safety of ships navigating in Australian waters.
Department of Defence
Offers a guide and index to useful internet sites for Australian and New Zealand maps and mapping.
National Library of Australia
A4 size map of Australia in colour showing capital cities, state borders, elevation etc.
Enables both personal and professional users to download and print maps of their chosen area, in a standard web browser without the need for additional software. You can also turn on and off specific feature layers.
These maps can be downloaded free of charge to use in reports, projects and as a reference source, provided an acknowledgement accompanies the image.
Provides links to state and territory online maps and geographic information.
Reference maps of Australia include wall maps, folio and report maps and general reference maps. Thematic maps include external territories, tourist maps, maritime zones and more.
Topographic maps are used for a wide variety of applications, from recreational uses, such as holiday planning, to urban planning, surveying, mining and emergency management.