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This version is a subset of the cultural heritage sensitivity dataset and does not contain any attribute information. This layer has been filtered on Registered cultural heritage places (buffered point data) and this data is buffered 100m. This dataset contains a spatial representation of "Areas of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity" as specified in Division 3, Part 2 of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. Areas of cultural heritage sensitivity are areas that are either known to contain, or are likely to contain Aboriginal cultural heritage places and objects. These areas, which include various landforms within Victoria, are defined in the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. This polygon dataset is a representation of those areas as defined in the Regulations. The polygon features within the dataset have been derived from several sources, including geological and hydrological data. Note: This dataset is based on the best available information and should be used in conjunction the information contained in Division 3, Part 2 of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. This data is under active revision to improve the representation as better quality source data becomes available.
The Biodiversity Conservation Strategy for Melbourne's Growth Corridors (DEPI 2013a) identified measures for protecting, enhancing and connecting important populations of Growling Grass Frogs within conservation areas and mitigating the losses of habitat that will occur as a result of urban development in Melbourne's growth corridors approved under the strategic assessment. The purpose of the Growling Grass Frog Masterplan for Melbourne's Growth Corridors (Masterplan) is to provide guidance on implementing protection measures and investing in habitat creation and enhancement within Growling Grass Frog conservation areas. This dataset represents areas within the Growling Grass Frog conservation corridors for which particular protection measures are to be implemented.
Victorian State-wide dataset containing features of interest including boating clubs, camping grounds, caravan parks, historic sites, lifesaving clubs and lookouts as identified by the Victorian Regional Coastal Boards and reviewed as part of the Future Coasts SECAP project.
Victorian state-wide dataset containing all ocean beach adminstration information including Committees of Management (COM) and Local Government Authorities (LGA) names, nearest town, tenure id and parcel spi. Dataset has been created using the Australian Beach Safety and Management Program (ABSAMP) beach location data combined with Vicmap Property Parcel Polygons (PARCEL_MP) and the DELWP owned land management text database
Contains polygon features delineating and describing Regional Forestry Agreement boundaries. All arc features are identified and coded according to the AS2482 standard.
This dataset provides the spatial extent in which the Biodiversity Conservation Strategy, as part of the Melbourne Strategic Assessment, applies. The Program, as defined in the Program Report, means the Urban Growth Boundary Review for Melbourne for the development of land, including associated transport infrastructure, within the following areas: - investigation areas for the expansion of the 2005 Urban Growth Boundary - areas inside the 2005 Urban Growth Boundary for which a planning scheme amendment to introduce a Precinct Structure Plan had not commenced as at 26 May 2009 (the existing 28 precincts) - areas in the outer Metropolitan Ring Transport Corridor/E6 Road Reservation and the Regional Rail Link corridor between west of Werribee and Deer Park This Strategy does not apply to the Regional Rail Link corridor between west of Werribee and Deer Park, nor does it apply to any of the 28 precincts for which a planning scheme amendment to introduce a Precinct Structure Plan has been approved prior to 1 March 2012.
Dataset containing boating area precincts identified by Victorian Regional Coastal Boards in their latest Boating Coastal Action Plans. The precincts are represented as a line based on VMSH_Framework.
Victorian state-wide dataset containing facilities at all ocean beaches, in addition to assessing the nature and level of physical beach hazards at each beach, and thereby the level of public risk and safety. Facilities are indicated as present (true= T) or absent (false= F) and include bbq, picnic areas, phone, shops, showers, swimming pool, toilets and water. Beach safety is indicated by a hazard rating score (0-10) based on the physical characteristics of the beach that could impact on public swimming safety. The beach name is also denoted. The data outputs were identified in the Australian Beach Safety and Management Program (ABSAMP) undertaken jointly by Surf Life Saving Australia (SLCA) and the Coastal Studies Unit (CSU) of the University of Sydney in late 1999.
The Biodiversity Conservation Strategy for Melbourne's Growth Corridors (BCS) prepared as part of the Melbourne Strategic Assessment specifies that salvage and/or translocation of plants and animals may be required before the removal of native vegetation or habitat for urban development in Melbourne's growth corridors. This dataset identifies land parcels under the Biodiversity Conservation Strategy that may be subject to the salvage and translocation process, as defined by the Salvage and Translocation Protocol for Melbourne's Growth Corridors (DEPI, 2013). Salvage may be required for the following target species and communities listed under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and Victorian Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 (FFG Act): - Spiny Rice-flower, Matted Flax-lily and other grassland plants - Striped Legless Lizard - Seasonal Herbaceous Wetlands (Freshwater) of the Temperate Lowland Plains. Land parcels which contain a set of conditions for each of the above species/communities will trigger a salvage and translocation procedure to be enacted in accordance with the Protocol.
Refer to FORMB100 (Forest Management Boundaries) - Product version ANZVI0803003301