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You can access spatial data products from the Department Transport and Planning (DTP) in a range of ways. This includes spatial data, aerial imagery and elevation products.
Data.Vic is the place to search, order and download Victorian Government open data.
You can access open data from across DTP including vector, aspatial tables and some raster datasets on the Data.Vic platform.
This includes Vicmap, Victoria’s authoritative state-wide foundational spatial data. Read more on Vicmap products in the Vicmap catalogue.
Vicmap Incremental Update Format (IUF)
Our Vicmap IUF feed allows for fast updates of selected Vicmap products with files that contain only the changed information, rather than entire revised datasets.
Read more on supporting products and formats in the Vicmap catalogue.
Many datasets owned and managed by the Department of Transport and Planning (DTP) are freely available under a Creative Commons license.
Read more in Licensing.
Aerial imagery and elevation datasets
You can access high-resolution aerial imagery and elevation (LiDAR point cloud) datasets by contacting a business that holds a commercial licence.
We have two types of commercial licensing:
- Data Service Providers (DSPs) provide access to the source imagery or elevation data.
- Value Added Retailers (VARs ) use the imagery and elevation data to create new products and services. This includes advisory services and new knowledge products.
If you are interested in becoming a DSP or VAR, see more information in commercial licensing.
Data Service Providers
Value Added Resellers
Other ways to interact with our data
If you would like to have access to our data with symbolised styling, you can try Vicmap Basemaps or one of our many interactive mapping tools.
For more information please visit:
Page last updated: 14/02/23