Government Property Index - GPI

The Government Property Index (GPI) allows the general public to view and search basic information on NSW Government-owned land and view it on a map through the NSW Planning Portal – Spatial Viewer.

The final dataset was derived through the implementation of the following inputs -

  • GPR

  • Crown Lands (DCDB)

  • National Parks

  • Land Parcels (DCDB)

  • Spatial Services

  • PlanningDB

  • Property (GURAS)

Furthermore, there are five data fields which are in-scope for the GPI -

  1. Lot / Section / Plan

  2. Address

  3. Area

  4. Zone

  5. Local Government Area (LGA)

Two special cases are Crown Land data and National Parks data, which were obtained by ‘intersecting’ the land parcels (Lot/Section/Plan) against the Crown Land Polygon and the National Parks (Estate) Polygon respectively.

Through the combined processing of these inputs into the GPI database, the final spatial data was added onto the NSW Planning Portal – Spatial Viewer for consumption by the public.

Organisation: Department of Planning and Environment

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Data and Resources

Additional Info

Metadata template type Vector
Asset Type Dataset
Edition 14/9/2022
Purpose Allows the general public to view and search basic information on NSW Government-owned land
Update Frequency Monthly
OEH Service Sustainable Land Use and Development
Keywords LAND-Ownership,LAND-Use,LAND-Topography
Equivalent Scale 4000000
Geospatial Topic Environment
Geospatial Coverage

Dataset extent

Temporal Coverage From 2021-05-05 - 2022-09-14
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
Licence Creative Commons Attribution
Landing page https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/opendata/dataset/government-property-index-gpi
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Attribution Department of Planning and Environment asserts the right to be attributed as author of the original material in the following manner: "© State Government of NSW and Department of Planning and Environment 2021"