Since 2006, the Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP) has acquired over 100,000 km2 of LiDAR data across more than 130 projects through public sector partner investment. This LiDAR data has been used to support flood planning, generate elevation models, monitor coastal and forest environments, enhance geological data and support traditional owner cultural heritage use cases.
The data collected through these projects contributes to the Vicmap Elevation LiDAR DEMs and Vicmap Elevation LiDAR Point Cloud products. These products are available to license through Vicmap’s Value Added Reseller (VAR) and Data Service Provider (DSP) network for the private sector and via email@example.com for government entities.
Discover further details about some of our more significant LiDAR projects through short descriptions of their technical specifications, extents and availability, as well as data samples to download or visualise online.
Explore major LiDAR projects in Victoria
East Gippsland and Central Highland RFA LiDAR 2020-21
The state's largest ever acquisition of LiDAR for the purposes of mapping of forest values.
Axedale-Moe and Golden Plains LiDAR 2020-21
A LiDAR survey designed to support Geological Survey Victoria operational requirements to improve prospecting for extractive materials.
Great Ocean Road LiDAR 2019-20
The entire Great Ocean Road was mapped using both aerial and mobile LiDAR as well as high-resolution aerial imagery.
Greater Melbourne LiDAR 2017-18
The largest contiguous LiDAR collection undertaken over Melbourne covering both urban and peri-urban regions.
Page last updated: 12/10/23