Environmental Planning Instrument - Flood

This spatial dataset identifies the land where development implications exist due to the risk of flood as designated by the relevant NSW environmental planning instrument (EPI). The specific EPI which defines the planning requirement is described in the dataset.

Contact data.broker@environment.nsw.gov.au for this data package (shapefile)

  • Since 14 July 2021, councils are responsible for accurate flood mapping as it pertains to their local area. Therefore, this dataset may not be the latest version. Please contact the relevant local council to access the latest flood data.
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Additional Info

Metadata template type Vector
Asset Type Dataset
Alternative Title EPI - Flood
Edition 22/05/2019
Purpose This data identifies parcels of land that may be prone to flooding. It provides information on planning requirements in NSW especially relating to land where development implications exist due to the risk of flood. Since 14 July 2021, councils are responsible for flood mapping as it pertains to their local area. Therefore, this dataset may not be the latest version. Please contact the relevant local council to access the latest flood data.
Update Frequency As needed
OEH Service DPE Service
Keywords HAZARDS-Flood,HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT-Planning
Equivalent Scale 32000
Geospatial Topic Environment
Geospatial Coverage

Dataset extent

Temporal Coverage From 2014-05-23
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
Licence Creative Commons Attribution
Landing page https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/opendata/dataset/epi-flood
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Attribution Department of Planning, Industry 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, Industry and Environment 2018"