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Overview

Vicmap Vegetation contains topologically structured digital datasets (tree density and plantations) depicting areas of tree or woody cover across the State of Victoria.

Vicmap Vegetation assists users in emergency, environmental management and map production. Customers include utilities, environmental managers, local government, cartographers and emergency services organisations.

Vicmap Vegetation consists of a forest density layer that shows the presence of woody vegetation, and has been divided into three distinct classes. The density classes show the spatial separation of woody vegetation of dense, medium and scattered.

The layer is a seamless and topologically structured data set.

Features include:

  • Vegetation density
  • Vegetation boundaries

Explore data

You can explore Vicmap data in a web mapping service before you download:

Although this site contains the core Vicmap datasets, it may not include the full suite of available products.

Access data

  • Vicmap Vegetation - Tree density dataset is available under a Creative Commons license.
  • Vicmap Vegetation - Plantation dataset is available under a DELWP Data Access License Agreement.

Vicmap Vegetation can be downloaded from the DataVic platform:

Vicmap Vegetation case study image
Above: Sample of Vicmap Topographic map with Vegetation density layers included to enhance the product.

Technical detail

Source informationSatellite imagery
CoverageStatewide
CurrencyVariable across the State from 1993 up until 2001
Scale of capture1:25,000
Spatial accuracy15m

Vicmap complies with the FAIR data principle: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable, where reasonably practicable. This is why Vicmap is available in a range of data formats and datums.

For details, please review the Vicmap product specification below.

Product resources

View Vicmap Vegetation product metadata

How to get help

Vicmap customers and business custodians can contact the Vicmap helpdesk for product information and support.

Page last updated: 29/11/20