Type of resources
Captured as part of the 2020-21 CIP, this project is for 10cm high accuracy 3 band (RGB) photography over Bass Coast Shire and 10cm relaxed accuracy 3 band (RGB) photography over French Island. The photography will primarily be used by State Government, Local Government and water authorities for urban planning, urban growth monitoring, transport planning, statutory planning, asset management and engineering purposes as well as use as a backdrop in general GIS applications.
CIP44-2019-20 Bruthen Orbost Mallacoota Coast fire photography
This Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP) project represents a 10 cm resolution high accuracy 3-band RGB aerial photography capture over selected towns within the East Gippsland and Wellington Local Government Areas (LGA). The photography will primarily be used by State and Local Government for urban and transport planning, urban growth monitoring, and asset management.
This project contains 10cm true colour visible ortho-photography over 10 townships across the Mildura LGA, captured as part of the 2020-21 Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP) in DEWLP.
This 2020-21 Coordinated Imagery Program project represents a High Accuracy (+/- 2 pixels @ 1 sigma RMSE) 20cm resolution RGB aerial photography capture over the Mallee Region in NW Victoria and a nearby irrigation area in NSW. The photography will primarily be used by State and Local government for council related projects, internal work including reports, data validation, background imagery, valuation assessments, property extent validation, assist addressing (access location), assess rehabilitation progress, vegetation growth / degradation analysis, assist with permit assessments, and compliance with local laws and regulations. The photography will also be used to assist with SunRISE products and services; mapping of irrigated horticulture for regional information on development and trends. SunRISE supports regional irrigators, farmers, industry organisations, agricultural service providers and resource management agencies with mapping and information on irrigated horticulture for planning and development.
This CIP Project represents Aerial photography for Surf Coast Shire over the Gherang Gravel Pits. This work is part of annual monitoring undertaken for the gravel pits where elevation and photography products are produced from aerial data captured as close to June 30th as possible. Selected stockpile and excavation pit volumes are calculated from captured elevation data.
The 2020-21 Tambo and Upper Murray Debris Field Post Fire Photography Project is an aerial photography project to capture 15cm Relaxed Accuracy (0.6m 1 sigma RMSE) photography over an area of 957 km² of Tambo and 555 km² of Upper Murray. Digital orthophotography was produced from VisionMap A3 photography acquired on the 26th and 30th of April 2021. The orthophotography will primarily be used to map debris flow locations across the landscape post the 2020 fires and after 2020 winter rainfalls. This mapping will be a key component in the Safer Together: Mitigating extreme post fire hydro-geomorphic risk in Victoria project.
1991-92 Merrijig Fire Photography
This dataset is derived from the Melway directory and contains the pagegrid for the 1:25 000 Phillip Island maps.
1982-83 Merrijig Fire Photography