NEW 3rd June 2013 Tasmanian Forests Agreement Act 2013 - Future Reserve Land 04/06/2013
A new "TFA - Future Reserve Land" layer has been added to LISTmap under the "Land Use and Administration - Reserves" category. This layer depicts the 295 lots of land described in Schedule 1 of the Tasmanian Forests Agreement Act 2013,. Under the Act this land is provided an interim protection status and the boundaries reflect the approximate position of the future reserves to be proclaimed in accordance with the new legislation.
For more information on the Tasmanian Forests Agreement Act 2013 please visit the website at http://www.forestsagreement.tas.gov.au/
View TFA Future Reserve Land in LISTmap27th February 2012 Southern Tasmania Council Authority Towns Aerial Orthophotography 27/02/2013
STCA Mosaic created from their towns project orthoimagery captured 2010 – 2011. The imagery is 10cm GSD resolution with a stated accuracy of 30cm. Imagery supplied courtesy of STCA on behalf of the southern councils for inclusion into the LIST as a viewable layer. Available to local and state government authorities/agencies for internal projects. Imagery is copyright STCA and any requests to purchase the imagery to be referred to David Hunn at the STCA.
Imagery captured and processed by Airtech Pty Ltd for the STCA. Any issues regarding the quality, accuracy and coverage of the imagery should be referred to the STCA.
View this imagery in LISTmap21st December 2012 Enterprise Suitability Mapping 21/12/2012
The Wealth from Water project has delivered 20 enterprise suitability layers covering 45,000 ha in the Meander Irrigation Scheme and 27,000 ha within the Midlands irrigation scheme. A layer of information containing soil sample sites with accompanying fact sheets supports the suitability layers. These suitability layers combine new digital soil mapping techniques, modeled climate data and crop rules and will assist farmers and potential investors make more informed land use decisions based on the suitability of different enterprises across the study areas.
Each layer is produced at a sub-catchment scale of 1:50,000 and is not intended to be used at the paddock scale. DPIPWE is seeking feedback from users of this information as to how the product could be improved. Comments may be sent to LandManagementEnquiries@dpipwe.tas.gov.au. Further information is also available from the Wealth from Water website.
View Enterprise Suitability Mapping in LISTmap7th December 2012 Tasmanian Reserve Estate Updated 07/12/2012
The Tasmanian Reserve Estate Layer has now been updated. The data is current as of 30th of June 2012. Some reserves are now linked to reservation history information.
For further information and area analyses of the Tasmanian Reserve Estate spatial layer, please see http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/tasreserveestate.
View Tasmanian Reserve Estate in LISTmap18th October 2012 Minor revision of LISTmap 18/10/2012
LISTmap patched to fix Manage Layer tool not displaying in Firefox browser Version 16.x. No other browsers or prior versions of Firefox were affected.
17th October 2012 New Launceston Planning Scheme 17/10/2012
The new Launceston interim planning scheme has been declared as part of the Government's reform of the State's planning system. The scheme takes effect as of Wednesday 17 October, 2012. New scheme mapping is being prepared for publication on LISTmap. In the meantime, the scheme will be available at: www.launceston.tas.gov.au
15th June 2012 Updated Forest Group layer 15/06/2012
The latest version of the Forest Group dataset is now available on LIST. Forest Group provides an up-to-date overview of Tasmania's forests, especially the extent of industrial plantations. Forests are mapped into seven broad categories: Tall Native Eucalypt Forest, Short Native Eucalypt Forest, Rainforest, Other Native Forest, Hardwood Plantation, Softwood Plantation, and Non-Forest. It is based on photo-interpreted forest-type mapping of native forest structure, together with harvest and plantation information from forest companies. Data for private land is compiled by Private Forests Tasmania, and is accurate to December 2010. Data for public land is compiled by Forestry Tasmania, and is accurate to June 2011.
View Forest Group in LISTmap3rd May 2012 Planning Scheme data has been reinstated in LISTmap. 03/05/2012
The recent decision to remove the data from LISTmap was due to concerns that not all Planning Scheme amendments were available in this data. In reply to LIST user feedback the data has been reinstated, but with clearer advice to users that the data may not be current and users need to verify all Planning Scheme data with the relevant Local Government Authority, prior to making any decisions.
As new schemes are completed via the Planning Schemes Online project, existing LISTmap data will be replaced. New schemes will progressively become available, culminating in a single state-wide Planning Zone layer together with individual overlays.
The Spatial Information Foundations Project (www.dpipwe.tas.gov.au/sif) will also provide improved capacity for the management and maintenance of digital planning scheme data, which will ensure that the most current planning scheme information is provided through The LIST.
7th October 2011 Planning Scheme Changes 07/10/2011
Due to the complexities of maintaining up to date planning scheme data for all LGA areas, the following out of date Planning Schemes have been removed from LISTmap as of the 7/10/2011.
Central Coast Council, Clarence City Council and Beaconsfield.
15th July 2011 ShoreBase Study: Foreshore Values, Condition and Pressure for Northern and Cradle Coast NRM Regions 15/07/2011
Aquenal P/L presents Shorebase: An assessment of the values, condition and pressures of foreshores on the entire coastline, inc. National Parks and islands of the North and Cradle Coast NRM Regions. It depicts foreshore condition and risk of environmental stressors such as aquatic sediments, bacteria and pathogens, biota removal and disturbance, habitat removal, hydrodynamics, introduced species, litter, nutrients, pH and toxicants. Natural values relating to ecology and geomorphology are also identified, as well as human use values such as recreation and tourism use, commercial activity, amenities and heritage significance.
Intended for coastal managers, land users and community groups, the integrated approach can help improve our understanding of the interactions between humans and the coastal environment, whilst providing a basis for ecologically sensitive planning and management. For more information visit http://www.aquenal.com.au.
View NRM North/Cradle Coast Foreshore Condition in LISTmap25th March 2011 Tasmanian Reserve Estate Updated 28/03/2011
The Tasmanian Reserve Estate Layer has now been updated. The data is current as of 30th of June 2010. Some reserves are now linked to reservation history information.
For further information and area analyses of the Tasmanian Reserve Estate spatial layer, please see http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/tasreserveestate.
View Tasmanian Reserve Estate Layer in LISTmap2nd March 2011 Sprents Book Mosaic - Bringing History to Life 03/03/2011
As part of DPIPWE's archiving project, historic charts & surveys from Tasmania's past are being turned into digital images. One excellent example is James Sprent's 1841 detail survey of Hobart. The individual pages of this survey have been scanned in high resolution colour and these digital images were then geo-referenced so that they can be viewed behind modern information in a GIS system. As a further enhancement, the individual images were joined to form a single image that could be made available via LISTmap.
The Sprents Book Mosaic has been put together from the scanned images taken of the individual pages of James Sprent's 1841 detail survey of Hobart. The mosaic does not include all pages of the original survey as there were duplicate pages for some town block. Each image was clipped along the street lines and then joined to form a single image. Further details about James Sprent and his detail survey can be found at the attached link here
View Scanned Historic Sprents Book Mosaic Image in LISTmap15th December 2010 Launceston City Council Rural Aerial Imagery 15/12/2010
As announced on the 10th of December, the Launceston City Council Rural Aerial Imagery is available on LISTmap. Here is a link to the rural aerial imagery.
Launceston City Council 40cm Resolution Rural Aerial Imagery10th December 2010 Launceston City Council Aerial Imagery 10/12/2010
The Launceston City Council is proud to work with DPIPWE to ensure the most up-to-date images of the Launceston municipality are available on the LIST website. The Council has provided two images which including 40cm rural and 15cm urban aerial photogrammetry and covers the Launceston Local Government Area. It is hoped that many benefits will flow through to local businesses and the community with this information being made available for public use. This is a big improvement in the base mapping of Launceston and will improve the clarity and accuracy. The image is also available on Google Maps. Launceston City Council captures new imagery approximately every three years.
Launceston City Council 15cm Resolution Urban Aerial Imagery16th September 2010 Internet Explorer 9 Support 16/09/2010
Changes to LISTmap have been deployed to support the latest version of Internet Explorer version 9.
14th September 2010 ABS Mesh Blocks 14/09/2010
The Australian Bureau of Statistics Mesh Block boundaries are now available via LISTmap
View ABS Mesh Blocks in LISTmap7th Sept 2010 Aerial Photo Index 2009 - 2010 14/09/2010
The TASMAP Aerial Photography coverage for the 2009 - 2010 Season is now available. You can also view a preview of the photographs by selecting photo polygons with the information tool.
View 2009-2010 Aerial Photo Index in LISTmap26th May 2010 Location matters 26/05/2010
Location matters, a newsletter produced by the Information and Land Services Division, has been created to provide information about the range of programs, projects, products and services for which ILS is responsible. The newsletter can be downloaded from the DPIPWE website: http://www.dpipwe.tas.gov.au/locationmatters
10th May 2010 Acid Sulfate Soils 11/05/2010
Acid Sulfate Soils predictive mapping layers are now available in LISTmap under the "Natural Environment -> Soils" category. Three layers are available which show the landscapes with potential to contain Acid Sulfate Soils in: 1) Coastal, 2) Inland and 3) Marine subaqueous areas throughout the state. A fourth layer shows and categorises Acid Sulfate Soil survey sites around the state and includes links to site data from the Tasmanian Acid Sulfate Soils Information project.These datasets are a result of a NHT (National Heritage Trust) funded project headed by the NRM Cradle Coast to delineate areas with potential to contain Acid Sulfate Soils (ASS). The dataset forms part of the larger project pertaining to Tasmanian Acid Sulfate Soils Information (TASSI) with the aim of providing better awareness to stake holders and planners in regards to the distribution of Acid Sulfate Soils in Tasmania.Further information on Acid Sulfate Soils, including identification and management is available on the DPIPWE website on http://www.dpipwe.tas.gov.au/inter.nsf/WebPages/SWEN-83NVBG?open
View Acid Sulfate Soil Layers in LISTmap12th February 2010 Marine Nature Reserves 12/02/2010
The Marine Nature Reserves layer (previously called Marine Reserve (MPA)) is now up-to-date with reserved areas as defined by the Tasmanian Fisheries Rules 1999. For more information on Marine Reserves please visit the DPIPWE website at http://www.dpiw.tas.gov.au/inter.nsf/WebPages/ALIR-4YY95J?open
View Marine Nature Reserves Layer in LISTmap10th February 2010 Tasmanian Reserve Estate Updated 10/02/2010
The Tasmanian Reserve Estate Layer (Formaly the CAR Reserve) has now been updated. The data is current as of 30th of June 2009.
View Tasmanian Reserve Estate Layer in LISTmap15th October 2009 Changes to Private Reserves & Conservation Covenant Layers 25/11/2009
Upgraded layers are now available for Private Reserves & Conservation Covenants. The Private Reserves layer contains Private Sanctuaries & Private Nature Reserves proclaimed under the Nature Conservation Act 2002. The Conservation Covenant Layer contains all registered covenants under Part 5 of the Nature Conservation Act 2002. Both layers are attributed with plan & proclamation details where available.
9th October 2009 Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas Edition 8 09/10/2009
The Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas Edition 8 is now available through LISTmap. The hardcopy product is in shops now! The Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas can also be ordered online through the TASMAP website: https://www.tasmap.tas.gov.au/do/product/TTSA
View Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas Edition 8 in LISTmap4th September 2009 Mineral Resources Tasmania Geological data 04/09/2009
Geological layers provided by Mineral Resources Tasmania are now available in LISTmap under the "Natural Environment -> Geological" category. The geological data has been compiled for mapping at two different scales, 1:25000 and 1:250000. MRT website: http://www.mrt.tas.gov.au
View MRT Geological Data in Hobart area in LISTmap25th August 2009 Cadastral Boundary Segments Layer 25/08/2009
A new Boundary Segments layer has been added to LISTmap under the "Land Use and Administration - Cadastre" category. Boundary segments are the spatial mapping of all cadastral boundaries within Tasmania. A boundary segment's spatial accuracy varies depending on its source, which is attributed to each feature. The lines were initially derived from 1:5,000 and 1:25,000 mapping data, but have been progressively upgraded over the last 10 years by the addition of new co-ordinated subdivisions and other spatial upgrade projects. To aid the user, features have been symbolised by colours into ranges indicating the level of accuracy.Warning: Users should be aware that this information is for general guidance and is not guaranteed. Users should not use co-ordinates derived from LISTMAP for the on-ground location of boundaries. Users also need to be aware that other LIST layers including aerial imagery may not have the same level of positional accuracy which may give the illusion of a discrepancy.
Boundary Segments Example19th May 2009 Updated 1:25000 Imagery 19/05/2009
The 1:25000 Imagery has been updated with new Imagery available on the following new edition maps: Glen Huon, New Norfolk, Port Arthur, Cranbrook, Blue Tier and Ada
View 1:25000 Imagery in LISTmap27th March 2009 Climate Futures Tasmania LIDAR data 27/03/2009
The Climate Futures Tasmania LIDAR data is now available for download via LISTmap. The data can be accessed via the a tile index that is available under the relief category.
View LIDAR Index in LISTmap23rd March 2009 Derwent Estuary Habitat Atlas 23/03/2009
The Derwent Estuary Program (DEP) has prepared a Derwent Estuary Habitat Atlas to help improve community and natural resource managers awareness of the habitats found within the Derwent estuary. The atlas is web-based mapping resource hosted on the LIST website. This project was made possible through the support of an Australian Government Envirofund Project sponsored by the Tasmanian Conservation Trust.
View Derwent Estuary Habitat Atlas in LISTmap27th February 2009 TASVEG Version 2.0 27/02/2009
TASVEG Version 2.0 is now available via LISTmap.
View TASVEG 2.0 in LISTmap17th February 2009 Glenorchy City Council Spatial Upgrade 17/02/2009
The accuracy of the LIST Cadastre in part of Glenorchy has been upgraded with the completion of Phase 1 of the Glenorchy City Council Cadastral Upgrade Project. It is a joint Project between Information Land Services and Glenorchy City Council to significantly upgrade the accuracy and completeness of the LIST Cadastre over the Glenorchy City Council Municipality. Over 10,000 lines and 2,800 parcels have been upgraded in the first Phase over the Rosetta/Montrose area to better than 0.3 metres of true position, with Phase 2 currently underway to upgrade the remainder of the Glenorchy City Council Municipality.
View Upgraded Area in LISTmap5th January 2009 Updated Aerial Imagery Coverage 05/01/2009
The most comprehensive imagery coverage available over Tasmania has been updated on the LIST. This coverage includes 1:42000 Orthophoto Imagery and the Urban Orthophoto Series. It currently covers approximatly 85% of the state. This also includes an index detailing aerial photo dates.
View Aerial Imagery and Index in LISTmap22nd December 2008 Tasmanian Reserve Estate Updated 22/12/2008
TheTasmanian Reserve Estate Layer (Formaly the CAR Reserve) has now been updated as at 30th of June 2008.
View Tasmanian Reserve Estate Layer in LISTmap16th Sept 2008 Aerial Photo Index 1983 - 2008 16/09/2008
Aerial Photography Indexes for flying seasons between 1983 and 2008 are now available through LISTmap. The indexes display the extents of each photo and can be accessed via the layer management dialog box and are displayed under the Aerial Photo Index Category.
View Current Seasons (2004-2008) in LISTmap16th Sept 2008 Historic Aerial Photo Indexes 16/09/2008
Historic Aerial Photography Indexes for flying seasons between 1969 and 1983 are now available as background images in LISTmap. The indexes can be accessed via the layer management dialog box and are displayed under the Historic Aerial Photo Index Category.
8th Sept 2008 LISTmap Enhancements 08/09/2008
A new version of LISTmap has now been released. The new version contains many enhancements and fixes including better layer management, measuring tools and improved printing.
See Whats New15th May 2008 Aerial Imagery Coverage 18/04/2008
The most comprehensive imagery coverage available over Tasmania has been added to the LIST. This coverage includes 1:42000 Orthophoto Imagery and the Urban Orthophoto Series. It currently covers approximatly 60% of the state. This also includes an index detailing aerial photo dates.
View Aerial Imagery and Index in LISTmap31st August 2006 Kentish Planning Scheme 2005 31/08/2006
The Kentish Planning Scheme 2005 is now available through LISTmap.
View Kentish Planning Scheme in LISTmap3rd August 2006 Near Infrared Greater Hobart DigitalGlobe Satellite Imagery available. 03/08/2006
The Near Infrared DigitalGlobe imagery covering Greater Hobart is now available through LISTmap as a background image courtesy of Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM). This imagery is captured at 60cm and includes the Blue, Green and Near Infrared bands. More details can be found at http://www.digitalglobe.com.au
View Near Infrared DigitalGlobe Imagery in LISTmap6th April 2006 Water Management Plan Areas 04/04/2006
The Water Management Plan Areas for plans developed under the Water Management Act 1999 are now available through LISTmap.
View Water Management Plan Areas in LISTmap19th January 2006 2004-2005 Aerial photography Index 19/01/2006
The Aerial Photography Flight Lines and Photo Centres for the 2004 - 2005 Season are now available.
View 2004-2005 Photo Index in LISTmap12th December 2005 Land Capability Layer 12/12/2005
The Land capability layer ranks the ability of the land to support a range of broadacre agricultural activities on a sustainable basis.
View Land Capability Layer in LISTmap 16th September 2005 Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas Edition 7 16/09/2005
The Tasmanian Towns Street Atlas Edition 7 is now available through LISTmap. The hardcopy product will be in shops in the next few weeks.
View Tasmanian Towns Atlas Version 7 in LISTmapGreater Hobart DigitalGlobe Satellite Imagery available. 08/07/2005
DigitalGlobe imagery covering Greater Hobart is now available through LISTmap as a background image courtesy of Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM). This imagery is captured at 60cm. More details can be found at http://www.digitalglobe.com.au
View DigitalGlobe Imagery in LISTmapLISTmap Version 1.0 Launched 03/12/2004
The new internet map viewer, LISTmap has been launched. This new map viewer will replace the LIST Map Viewer and the LIST Enhanced Map Viewer.
For more information see the help pageExisting Known Issues 23/09/2004
Mozilla - Redraws after using the layer management dialog when clicking on the screen. (Investigating)
Mozilla - Problem with locality map when clicking on tools. (Investigating)
New Relief Map 23/09/2004
A new relief map showing hill shading (25 Metre Pixels) is now available and can be accessed via the relief layer or the link below:
View Relief Map in LISTmap
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