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  • Hydrographs from over 2000 state observation bores were reviewed in order to group bores which have a similar water level trend and are screened in the same aquifer. The groupings of observation bores are referred to as 'suites' and are classified according to the Upper, Middle, Lower and Basement aquifers aligning with the Victorian Aquifer Framework. By applying a statistical technical, a normalised hydrograph was developed for each suite using the observed water levels from all bores within the suite. This hydrograph is representative of the groundwater trend within the suite. A spatial boundary has been created for each suite which encompasses all bores within the suite. The boundaries were manually constructed and cover the extent of the mapped aquifers.

  • This dataset contains building outline features represented by polygons. It is part of the Vicmap suite of products. Includes building outlines with elevation and height information Datasets in the series are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. Vicmap Buildings 1:1,000 - Vicmap Buildings (VMBUILDINGS_2D)

  • Records about non-Aboriginal historic sites on Victorian public land, collected as a result of field survey by DELWP staff and contractors. Updated during the Regional Forest Agrement (RFA) review in 1999-2000. Additional attrbiutes included in 2021 library update are: 1. Buffer - site buffer distance applied to some sites which already had a Forest Planning buffer for protection 2. Source_data: most data is from the Historic Places database, during the RFA update included sites from other sources in DELWP regions and some external contractors. Consulted with DELWP Planning Heritage team during the update process. UFID - unique feature identifier added Jan 2023

  • This dataset is a merge of PAIM_VM_TR_ROAD and the closure information. The information from both the PAIM_VM_TR_ROAD and closures is now in this dataset. This layer provides public access information on closed Public Roads. This layer is derived from the TR_ROAD data.

  • GEDIS REFID: 36664; SOURCE MAP: G36664_goldfield_Bethanga_1036G2_15k_colour_georef.tif; SUBJECT: KENNY, J.P.L., 1908. Portion of Parish of Berringa. Bethanga Gold Field County of Benambra 1:31,680 (40 chains:1 inch) geological map. Plan No 1036/G/2.

  • The photo extra dataset describes photos taken of trails and extra photos of sites within State Forest. All photo extras within State Forest have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS and maintained by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. * recweb

  • Hydrographs from over 2000 state observation bores were reviewed in order to group bores which have a similar water level trend and are screened in the same aquifer. The groupings of observation bores are referred to as 'suites' and are classified according to the Upper, Middle, Lower and Basement aquifers aligning with the Victorian Aquifer Framework. By applying a statistical technical, a normalised hydrograph was developed for each suite using the observed water levels from all bores within the suite. This hydrograph is representative of the groundwater trend within the suite. A spatial boundary has been created for each suite which encompasses all bores within the suite. The boundaries were manually constructed and cover the extent of the mapped aquifers.

  • This dataset is the Victorian Aquifer Framework (VAF) Salinity Distribution. It refers to the salinity distribution for Aquifer Number of 100 (Quaternary Aquifer). The salinity distributions reflect the beneficial use segments prescribed in the State Environment Protection Policy (Waters) (2018) Please refer to the master metadata record VAF 'Victorian Aquifer Framework (VAF) Salinity Distribution for detailed information.

  • 2022-23 French Island and Phillip Island Photography and Elevation

  • Victoria has a network of about 300 emergency water supply points (EWSPs). The EWSPs provide water carting for emergency stock and domestic purposes, during severe dry seasonal conditions and surface water scarcity. Some sites are also equipped to supply water to firefighting vehicles. The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) oversees the network of emergency water supply points. The EWSPs are managed by various state agencies, including local councils and urban and rural water corporations. These state agencies are referred to as the EWSP Manager for maintenance, access and use issues, and for further information. There are three main types of EWSPs accessible to the public for water carting: - Council bores - access groundwater. - Urban standpipes - are connected to reticulated potable water systems. These are managed by urban water corporations and access is subject to water availability. A permit may be needed and costs may apply as they are considered a commercial use. - Rural standpipes - access channels or reservoirs. These are managed by rural water corporations