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1 Qspatial Catalogue links June 2018 Data Type QSpatial Title (Search term) Metadata Abstract Download/Metadata Hyperlink The Digital Cadastre DataBase (DCDB) is the spatial representation of the property boundaries in Queensland and their related property descriptions. It is a fundamental reference layer for spatial information systems in Queensland. This dataset is updated nightly. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This dataset allows you to extract your area of interest using the 'clip, zip and ship' functionality. You can Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Cadastral data - Queensland - Cadastral data - Queensland - by area of interest select areas by local government area, city or suburb (locality) or freehand over small areas. You cannot by area of interest%22 download the entire State in one single order. The dataset, "Cadastral data weekly - whole of State Queensland" provides the whole of State in one order but in file geodatabase format only. Instructions for extracting data can be found in the help pages The Digital Cadastre DataBase (DCDB) is the spatial representation of the property boundaries in Queensland and their related property descriptions. It is a fundamental reference layer for spatial information systems in Queensland. The DCDB is not the point of truth for property boundaries, property descriptions, or tenure information within the Department of Natural Resources and Mines. This data is http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu updated weekly on Sunday. Cadastral data weekly - whole of State Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Cadastral data weekly - Administrative (Lands) This dataset is a pre-packaged zip file containing the entire State cadastre in file geodatabase format. No whole of State Queensland%22 other format is available for this dataset. The dataset, "Cadastral data - Queensland - by area of interest", allows you to extract data via local government areas in four different formats including shapefile and tabfile Most local government areas are defined by the Local Government Regulation 2012 although Weipa Town is recognised as a Local Government Area under the Commonwealth Aluminium Corporation Pty Limited Agreement (Weipa Town Area) Regulation 1994 Sub Legislation No 339. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu For coastal areas other than Brisbane, the LGA comprises the mainland and all islands above their Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Local government area Local government area boundaries - Queensland respective sea-shores within the encompassed area. Brisbane LGA comprises the mainland and the whole boundaries - Queensland%22 of Fisherman, Green, Mud and St Helena Islands (being islands situated in or adjacent to Moreton Bay) above the low-water mark. The boundaries of Brisbane are defined by the City of Brisbane Regulation 2012 The spatial representation of local government division boundaries in Queensland for the purposes of the http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu 2016 local government elections. Following the conclusion of the 2016 local government elections, these Administrative (Lands) Local government area divisional boundaries - Queensland - 2016 stom/search.page?q=%22Local government area boundaries will become the current and actual boundaries for Queensland local government divisional divisional boundaries - Queensland - 2016%22 areas. This is the list of approved place names as per the Qld Place Names Act 1994. The gazetteer is extracted http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu from the place names database (PNDB) where each place name is represented as a point of latitude and longitude. For further details see History-Lineage statement below. Additional information on Place stom/search.page?q=%22Place names gazetteer - Place names gazetteer - Queensland Administrative (Lands) Names can be found on the department's web site at http://www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/place- Queensland%22 names/ Property address data is a digital index of property identifiers and the corresponding property descriptor http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu (Lot on plan number). This dataset is an extract from the property address database and includes primary Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Property address Property address Queensland -data package and alternate property addresses. The primary purpose of this dataset is to relate lot on plan to a location Queensland -data package%22 address. This download includes a document explaining the forthcoming improved data. This polygon layer is a 'lite' version of the Digital Cadastral Database (DCDB) showing minimal attribute http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Property boundaries Property boundaries Queensland Administrative (Lands) data about the property boundaries e.g.: base lot polygons, Lot and Plan attributes and an accuracy Queensland%22 statement covering the whole of Queensland. This data is updated nightly. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This file provides a listing of map sheet names appearing on 1:100000 scale maps. Administrative (Lands) Queensland 1:100000 map sheet key map stom/search.page?q=%22Queensland 1:100000 map sheet key map%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Administrative (Lands) Queensland 1:250000 map sheet key map This file provides a listing of map sheet names appearing on 1:250,000 scale maps. stom/search.page?q=%22Queensland 1:250000 map sheet key map%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This dataset depicts the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM) administrative Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Regional boundaries - Regional boundaries - Department of Natural Resources and Mines regional boundaries. Department of Natural Resources and Mines%22 This dataset shows the extent of named Rural Properties (horticultural or agricultural farms) within the State of Queensland. The data has been compiled from numerous sources to produce a state wide coverage with the boundaries aligned to the Queensland Digital Cadastral Database (DCDB). Attributes http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu within the data describe the date of extraction from the DCDB and the source for the extent and name of Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Rural properties - Rural properties - Queensland the property. Source data has been obtained from: - Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Queensland%22 Forestry - Queensland Digital Cadastral Database - Queensland Rural Valuations Project - Queensland Government Field Checking - Geoscience Australia Field Checking - Advice from property owners and departmental regional staff http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The State Electoral Boundaries Dataset is the spatial representation of the State Electoral Boundaries of Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22State electoral boundaries State electoral boundaries Queensland Queensland. These boundaries divide the State into areas for state electoral purposes. Queensland%22

2 Data Type QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink Metadata Abstract A spatial layer containing records of Queensland's geodetic survey control information. The database provides for the effective management of the geodetic survey control information for Queensland for http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Survey control register - Queensland which the Department of Natural Resources and Mines is responsible under the Survey and Mapping Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Survey control register - Queensland%22 Infrastructure Act 2003. The records contain: Registered number - number of survey control mark Local Authority - name of local authority Vertical Height - height of mark Vertical Datum - datum of the height. This dataset is a textual extract of selected fields from the Queensland Survey Control Register which the Department is responsible for under the Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003. The register http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu records information about survey control marks that underpin the State's geodetic infrastructure. For Survey control register - Queensland - text Administrative (Lands) stom/search.page?q=%22Survey control register - each survey control mark, this extract contains, administrative information, a description of the type of Queensland - text%22 monument, GDA94 coordinates, an AHD71 height if determined, and a measure of the accuracy of the coordinates and height. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Areas within Queensland that are subject to a call for tenders for the grant of a Petroleum Exploration Administrative (Mines) Advertised areas for petroleum - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Advertised areas for Permit (ATP). petroleum - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Advertised areas for mineral - Administrative (Mines) This advertised area for mineral is for the call for tenders for mineral exploration. Advertised areas for mineral - Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu A grid used for exploration tenure management using the basic unit (a BLOCK) defined as five minutes of Administrative (Mines) stom/search.page?q=%22Block grids - geographic grid Block grids - geographic grid pattern - Queensland latitude by five minutes of longitude. pattern - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Describes the primary 5 minute blocks for tenure management purposes. Administrative (Mines) stom/search.page?q=%22Block identification map key Block identification map key sheets - geographic grid pattern - Queensland sheets - geographic grid pattern - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This theme depicts the administrative areas (Regions and Mining Districts) for exploration and mining Administrative (Mines) Mining regions and districts - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Mining regions and districts - tenures in Queensland, for Department of Natural Resources and Mines. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Expired or surrendered mineral exploration permit areas are held under moratorium for a period of time Administrative (Mines) stom/search.page?q=%22Moratorium areas for Moratorium areas for minerals - Queensland to allow competitive applications to be lodged for this land. minerals - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Administrative (Mines) stom/search.page?q=%22Nominated coal areas - Nominated coal areas - Queensland Identifies future land release areas for Coal Exploration. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Administrative (Mines) stom/search.page?q=%22Proposed advertised area Proposed advertised area coal - Queensland This proposed advertised area for Coal is for the proposed call for tenders for coal exploration. coal - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Proposed advertised areas Administrative (Mines) This proposed advertised area for Mineral is for the proposed call for tenders for mineral exploration. Proposed advertised areas for mineral - Queensland for mineral - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This proposed advertised area for Petroleum is for the proposed call for tenders for petroleum Proposed advertised areas for petroleum - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Proposed advertised areas Administrative (Mines) exploration. for petroleum - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu A grid used to describe exploration tenures where the subblock is the smallest unit within this grid. Each Administrative (Mines) stom/search.page?q=%22Subblock grids - geographic Subblock grids - geographic grid pattern - Queensland subblock covers an area of one (1) minute of latitude by one (1) minute of longitude. grid pattern - Queensland%22 A forest consent area is created when the lessee of a State land lease that is approved to be converted under the Land Act 1994 to freehold, and the chief executive for the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, enter into a forest consent agreement that identified an area as a forest consent area. The State retains ownership of the commercial timber on a forest consent area, as the ownership of the commercial http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu timber is separate from the ownership of the freehold land. The forest consent agreement between the Forest consent areas - Queensland Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Forest consent areas - State and the landholder is registered as a profit a prendre on the title of the land and results in Queensland%22 obligations and rights with regard to the forest consent area and the land on which the forest consent area is located, for both the State and for the landholder. The registered agreement will continue and transfer with the land if the land is sold or transferred to another party. A forest consent area and a forest consent agreement, as well as the contained forest products, are administered by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries under the Forestry Act 1959. This is a layer of Forest Entitlement Area (FEA) data for the whole of Queensland. Under the Forestry Act http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Constraint Forest entitlement areas - Queensland 1959, "forest entitlement area means a reservation of commercial timber, and the land on which it stom/search.page?q=%22Forest entitlement areas - stands, to the State in a deed of grant or freeholding lease". Queensland%22

3 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink Spatial information describing forest management units (MUID) which denote areas where the State owns http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Forest management units - Constraint the forest products on the land under the Forestry Act 1959 and has a commercial interest in managing Forest management units - Queensland the forest products through the Forest Products unit within the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. Queensland%22 On 30 June 2010, the State transferred ownership of Queensland's forestry plantations business to http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Forestry Plantations Queensland Pty Limited (FPQ). As part of the sale, FPQ was granted a Plantation stom/search.page?q=%22Forest plantation licence Constraint Forest plantation licence areas - Queensland Licence under the Forestry Act 1959. This dataset represents the boundaries of the Licence Area granted areas - Queensland%22 to FPQ under the Plantation Licence. Spatial information describing quarry material management units which denotes quarry resources http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu managed by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Forest Products unit) under the Forestry Act Constraint Forest Products quarry areas - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Forest Products quarry areas 1959, including areas currently subject to a sales permit under the Forestry Act 1959, areas where a sales - Queensland%22 permit is proposed to be issued, and identified potential quarry resources. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The marine park zones for the Great Barrier Reef Coast Marine Park as described in the Marine Parks Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Great Barrier Reef coast Great Barrier Reef coast marine park zoning (Great Barrier Reef Coast) Zoning Plan 2004 marine park zoning%22 Coordination conservation area boundaries are primarily defined using cadastral parcels, with GPS data http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu collected for partial boundaries. Boundaries following creeks or irregular boundaries are digitised. Coordinated conservation areas - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Coordinated conservation Constraint Relevant boundaries are updated to coincide with the DCDB current at the date of publication using areas - Queensland%22 topological rules. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Nature Refuges are part(s) or whole of Lot(s) on plan and are gazetted through a voluntary conservation agreement between the Queensland Government and private land owner(s). They are based in statute Nature refuges - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Nature refuges - Constraint and are a recognised class of Protected Area as defined by the Nature Conservation Act, 1992. Queensland%22 Protected areas of Queensland represent those areas protected for the conservation of natural and cultural values and those areas managed for production of forest resources, including timber and quarry http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu material. These areas are defined spatially using DCDB (Digital Cadastre Database) parcels. To show the Protected areas of Queensland Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Protected areas of protected area estate as managed by QPWS (Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service) for areas managed Queensland%22 under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 (National Park of various types, Regional Park, Forest Reserve), and areas managed under the Forestry Act 1959 (State Forest and Timber Reserve). Protected areas of Queensland represent those areas protected for the conservation of natural and cultural values and those areas managed for production of forest resources, including timber and quarry material. These areas are defined spatially using DCDB (Digital Cadastre Database) parcels. This http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu representation of the protected areas contains a single record for each protected area with multiple stom/search.page?q=%22Protected areas of Constraint Protected areas of Queensland - boundaries spatial parts for those protected areas where not all of the DCDB parcels are adjacent. To show the Queensland - boundaries%22 protected area estate as managed by QPWS (Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service) for areas managed under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 (National Park of various types, Regional Park, Forest Reserve), and areas managed under the Forestry Act 1959 (State Forest and Timber Reserve). The 70 Fish Habitat Areas in this dataset are declared under Schedule 3 Fisheries Regulations effective 5 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu September 2014. This is a composite of ALL Fish Habitat Area boundary areas gazetted/regazetted Queensland fish habitat areas Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Fish habitat areas%22 between 1998-2014. (ALL previous DPI Fish Habitat Reserves digitised in 1996 have now been redrawn/regazetted to a digital format. See additional information also. The Queensland Heritage Register is a list of places of non-indigenous heritage significance in http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Queensland. This dataset represents the boundaries of places entered in the register that have been stom/search.page?q=%22Queensland heritage register Constraint Queensland heritage register boundaries approved by the Queensland Heritage Council. Places that are entered in the Queensland Heritage boundaries%22 Register are protected under the provisions of the Queensland Heritage Act 1992. The Convention on Wetlands of International Importance was the first modern inter-governmental treaty between nations aiming to conserve natural resources. The signing of the Convention took place in 1971 in the small Iranian town of Ramsar (since then, it has taken the common name of the Ramsar http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Convention). Australia was the first nation to become a Contracting Party to the Convention.The Constraint Ramsar sites - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Ramsar sites - Convention's broad aims are to halt the worldwide loss of wetlands and to conserve, through wise use Queensland%22 and management, those that remain. This requires international cooperation, policy making, capacity building and technology transfer.There are 5 Ramsar sites within Queensland (Administrator is shown in brackets): Moreton Bay (Queensland), Bowling Green Bay (Queensland), Currawinya Lakes (Queensland), Shoalwater and Corio Bays (Queensland/ Commonwealth), Great Sandy (Queensland). http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Priority Agricultural Area (PAA) as identified within the Central Queensland, Darling Downs and Cape York stom/search.page?q=%22Regional planning interests - Constraint Regional planning interests - Priority agricultural area Regional Plans.Priority Agricultural Area (PAA) as at August 2014 Priority agricultural area%22 Priority Living Areas (PLA) as identified within the Central Queensland, Darling Downs and Cape York http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Constraint Regional planning interests - Priority living area Regional Plans. stom/search.page?q=%22Regional planning interests - Priority Living Areas (PLA) as at August 2014 Priority living area%22

4 Data Type QSpatial Title (Search term) Metadata Abstract Download/Metadata Hyperlink Identifies the Strategic Environmental Areas(SEA) throughout Queensland. These areas include Cape York http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Peninsula, the Gulf Country, the Chanel Country, Fraser Island and Hinchinbrook Island. SEAs identify Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Regional planning interests - areas where the impact of a prescribed activity will not result in a widespread or irreversible impact on an Regional planning interests - Strategic environmental area Strategic environmental area%22 environmental attribute of a strategic environmental area.The SEAs are prescribed within the Regional Planning Interests Regulation 2014 or within a Regional Plan. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of the restricted access areas in the State of Queensland. A restricted area is land specified Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Restricted areas - Restricted areas - Queensland by Schedule 3 of the Mineral Resources Regulations 2003. Queensland%22 Special Management Areas (SMA) are areas that cover parts of the protected areas of Queensland that http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu have additional constraints on their use. In many places the boundaries of the SMAs are aligned with the Special management areas of Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Special management areas Constraint Digital Cadastre Database (DCDB) land parcel while in other locations the boundaries of the SMAs follow of Queensland%22 the lines of topographic features such as streams, forestry tracks and ridges. This is the electronic map called 'Strategic Cropping Land Zone Map' under Section 26 of the Strategic http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Strategic cropping land zones Queensland V1.0 Cropping Land Act 2011. This dataset defines the five Strategic Cropping Land (SCL) zones to which the stom/search.page?q=%22Strategic cropping land Constraint zonal criteria apply, and which together define the total areal extent of the SCL policy in Queensland. zones Queensland V1.0%22 This is the electronic map called 'Sub-zones for strategic cropping land mitigation rates' under Section http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu 10(3) of the Strategic Cropping Land Regulation 2011. This dataset defines the Strategic Cropping Land Sub-zones for strategic cropping land mitigation rates Constraint stom/search.page?q=%22Sub-zones for strategic (SCL) subzones that define relevant SCL mitigation rates for areas as specified in the Strategic Cropping cropping land mitigation rates%22 Land Regulation 2011. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of the urban restricted access areas in the State of Queensland. A restricted area is land Constraint Urban restricted areas - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Urban restricted areas - specified by Schedule 3 of the Mineral Resources Regulations 2003. Queensland%22 Wetlands of high ecological significance (HES) identify areas where policies apply under the State Planning Policy 4/11: Protecting Wetlands of High Ecological Significance in Great Barrier Reef Catchments. They http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu are an integral part of wetland protection areas, which are defined in the Environmental Protection Wetland protection area - high ecological significance wetland stom/search.page?q=%22Wetland protection area - Constraint Regulation 2008.HES wetlands within the Great Barrier Reef catchments provides the basis for DERM's high ecological significance wetland%22 concurrence agency role for development involving high impact earthworks within wetland protection areas under the Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009. The trigger area of wetland protection areas identify where policies apply under the State Planning Policy 4/11: Protecting Wetlands of High Ecological Significance in Great Barrier Reef Catchments. The http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Department of Environment and Resource Management's concurrence agency role applies to Constraint Wetland protection area - trigger area stom/search.page?q=%22Wetland protection area - trigger area%22 development involving high impact earthworks within wetland protection areas under the Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units stom/search.page?q=%22Coal Seam Gas Units 2017 - Coal Seam Gas Units 2017 - Northern Surat and Clarence Moreton Basins Geology Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Northern Surat and Clarence Moreton Basins%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the areas they would appear if the cover rocks were stripped away (eg soil, basalt and weathered http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu rocks removed). Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and Detailed solid geology - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Detailed solid geology - Geology Queensland%22 an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Geology and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and stom/search.page?q=%22Detailed structure - Detailed structure - Queensland other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. Queensland%22 The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and stom/search.page?q=%22Detailed surface geology - Detailed surface geology - Queensland Geology an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Queensland%22 Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database.

5 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink The geological framework of Queensland classified by structural or tectonic unit (provinces and basins) in which the rocks formed. These are referred to as basins (or in some cases troughs and depressions) where the original form and structure are still apparent. Provinces (and subprovinces) are generally older basins that have been strongly tectonised and/or metamorphosed so that the original basin extent and form are no longer preserved. Note that intrusive and some related volcanic rocks that overlap these provinces and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu basins have not been included in this classification. The map has been compiled using boundaries Geology Geological framework - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Geological framework - modified and generalised from the 1:2 000 000 Queensland Geology map (2012). Subsurface basins are Queensland%22 also shown and these are based on data and published interpretations from petroleum exploration and geophysical surveys (seismic, gravity and magnetics).Polygons of structural units that occur at the surface are identified by a key and name. However, in this version, polygons of structural units that are concealed by younger basins have only been tagged with the attributes of the uppermost (outcropping) unit. Information on the identity of the concealed units is included in the attributes of the bounding arcs. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1965 - Regional geology 1965 - Georgina Basin a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features Georgina Basin%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Geology Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Regional geology 1970 - Burdekin River stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1970 - a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features Burdekin River%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1970 - Regional geology 1970 - Cape York Peninsula Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Cape York Peninsula%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Regional geology 1970 - Central Eromanga Basin Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1970 - Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Central Eromanga Basin%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Regional geology 1974 - Surat Basin Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1974 - Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Surat Basin%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1974 - Regional geology 1974 - Torres Strait Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Geology Torres Strait%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented.

6 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1976 - Regional geology 1976 - North Eromanga Basin a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features North Eromanga Basin%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1976 - Geology Regional geology 1976 - Northwestern Eromanga Basin a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features Northwestern Eromanga Basin%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1978 - Geology Regional geology 1978 - Moreton Region a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features Moreton Region%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Regional geology 1980 - Carpentaria-Karumba Basins Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1980 - a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features Carpentaria-Karumba Basins%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The data provide an interpretation of the extent of the rock units and the location and type of geological http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu structures which have affected rock units within the Bowen Basin as they would appear if the cover rocks Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1985 - Regional geology 1985 - Bowen Basin were stripped away (eg soil, basalt and weathered rocks removed). It provides a clearer understanding of Bowen Basin%22 the underlying (solid) geology. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1985 - Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Geology Regional geology 1985 - Mount Isa Inlier Mount Isa Inlier%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 1997 - Regional geology 1997 - Hodgkinson-Laura Basins Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Hodgkinson-Laura Basins%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 2000 - Regional geology 2000 - Townsville Hinterland Geology Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features Townsville Hinterland%22 such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented.

7 Data Type QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink Metadata Abstract This data set is an interpretation of the southern Thomson Orogen basement geology with sedimentary cover basins (e.g. Adavale, Cooper, Eromanga) and regolith removed. Interpretation of the composition of rock units and the location and types structures has drawn upon several data sets of differing distribution and quality. The most extensively used data sets were enhanced magnetic images which reveal significant geological complexity in areas of shallow basement (i.e. depths from 50 – 400 m), with many domains of distinctive magnetic character recognised, including areas of extensive metamorphic rocks, intrusive http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu plutons, and major structures. Gravity was used as filters and transparencies on magnetics images, stom/search.page?q=%22Regional geology 2015 - Geology Regional geology 2015 - Southern Thomson Orogen helping to define large-scale structures and geological units in areas of deeper cover, though the density Southern Thomson Orogen%22 variations evident may be sourced at depths of several kilometres within the crust. This data set is seamless and has been produced in conjunction with an interpretation of basement geology in the southern Thomson Orogen region of northwest New South Wales. The package includes a separate feature class for lines and polygons named STO_GEO_STRUCTURE_250K_2015 and STO_GEO_SOLID_250K_2015 respectively. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Geology stom/search.page?q=%22State surface geology - State surface geology - Queensland Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Queensland%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear administrative features. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Geology State surface geology 1975 - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22State surface geology 1975 - Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database. The lines in this dataset are Queensland%22 a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear administrative features. The lines are attributed with a description of the type of line represented. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This data package contains mineral composition constrained by X-ray diffraction analysis in Eromanga, Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Whole rock and clay Whole rock and clay mineralogy - Queensland Galilee and Surat basins. See individual metadata files for details. mineralogy - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of field sites where primary and tectonic structures have been measured, samples have been Geology stom/search.page?q=%22Geological observation Geological observation points - Queensland collected and isotopically dated, and fossils have been found during field studies in Queensland. points - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location and extent of Exploration, Multi-Client, Open-Range, State and Federal airborne geophysical Airborne geophysical survey - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Airborne geophysical survey - surveys flown in available Queensland. The extent of individual available surveys is defined by the area Geophysical that the surveys were flown over. Queensland%22 The location of ground-based gravity measurement stations available in Queensland. The gravity readings http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu have been gathered by the Geological Survey of Queensland and Geoscience Australia (AGSO). stom/search.page?q=%22Gravity measurement Gravity measurement stations - Queensland Geophysical Photographs of base station site locations are available to assist relocation. Point and Grid data can be stations - Queensland%22 downloaded from QdexData (qdexdata.dnrm.qld.gov.au). Airborne hyperspectral surveys flown in Queensland using the HyMap(TM) hyperspectral sensor. The http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu discrete areas are of varying length; all have a swath width of 15 km at 5 m pixel resolution. The data stom/search.page?q=%22Hyperspectral survey - Geophysical Hyperspectral survey - Queensland were processed and interpreted by CSIRO Exploration and Mining, Perth. Raw data and processed images Queensland%22 showing selected mineral distributions and other parameters are included in the survey products. The location of deep crustal-scale Magnetotelluric (MT) surveys that have been conducted across the http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Magnetotelluric Survey - Magnetotelluric survey - Queensland state. The MT surveys have been conducted by the Geological Survey of Queensland and Geoscience Geophysical Queensland%22 Australia. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The geographic extent of Queensland gravity surveys for the Geological Survey of Queensland. Point and Geophysical stom/search.page?q=%22Regional gravity survey - Regional gravity survey - Queensland Grid data can be downloaded from QdexData (qdexdata.dnrm.qld.gov.au). Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of lines along which 2D seismic reflection surveys have been acquired by exploration stom/search.page?q=%22Seismic survey 2D - Geophysical Seismic survey 2D - Queensland companies in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of 2D seismic surveys throughout Queensland which have been acquired by exploration stom/search.page?q=%22Seismic survey 2D station - Seismic survey 2D station - Queensland Geophysical companies. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The areas in which 3D seismic reflection surveys have been acquired by exploration companies in Geophysical stom/search.page?q=%22Seismic survey 3D - Seismic survey 3D - Queensland Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Line locations of deep crustal seismic reflection surveys that have been conducted in available Geophysical stom/search.page?q=%22Seismic survey deep - Seismic survey deep - Queensland Queensland. Data for these surveys can be downloaded from QdexData (qdexdata.dnrm.qld.gov.au). Queensland%22

8 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink This dataset represents street centrelines of Queensland developed in compliance with the provisions of the Queensland Spatial Information Infrastructure Strategy (QSIIS) Standard 3. The street records are http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Baseline roads and tracks Queensland Infrastructure stom/search.page?q=%22Baseline roads and tracks polylines with attribution including street name, road classification, route numbers (State and National), and unique identifier. This dataset is currently maintained for the Department of Natural Resources and Queensland%22 Mines and is sometimes referred to as SDRN basic (State Digital Road Network). The data consists of GIS extracts that provide an indicative description of the location of the zone http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Infrastructure Electrical distribution network - distribution substations stom/search.page?q=%22Electrical distribution substations of the Ergon Energy electrical distribution Network at a given point in time. Distribution pole network - distribution substations%22 and padmount substation data have been supplied. The Data consists of GIS extracts that provide an indicative description of the location of various parts of the Ergon Energy overhead and underground electrical distribution Network at a given point in time. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Sub-transmission(TR) and High Voltage(HV)(line and cable)data has been supplied. Electrical distribution network - overhead and underground Infrastructure stom/search.page?q=%22Electrical distribution network - overhead and underground%22 Line data signifies all overhead wires. Cable data signifies all underground wires. The Data consists of GIS extracts that provide an indicative description of the location of the zone http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu substations of the Ergon Energy electrical distribution Network at a given point in time. Electrical distribution network - zone substations stom/search.page?q=%22Electrical distribution Infrastructure Zone Substation(ZS), Bulk Supply Substation(BS), Switching Station(SS) and Power Station(PS) data has network - zone substations%22 been supplied. This dataset shows the position, name and ownership of Railway centrelines within the State of Queensland. The data has been compiled from numerous sources to produce a state wide coverage http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu displaying both public and private railways. Attributes within the data describe the source of the data and Infrastructure Rail network - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Rail network - Queensland%22 includes data obtained from: Queensland Rail - Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads - Queensland Orthophotography - Satellite Imagery - Geoscience Australia This dataset shows the position and names of railway stations and railway sidings within the State of http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Queensland. The data has been compiled from numerous sources to produce a state wide coverage. Infrastructure stom/search.page?q=%22Railway stations and sidings - Railway stations and sidings - Queensland Attributes within the data describe the source of the data and includes data obtained from:- Queensland Queensland%22 Rail- Queensland Orthophotography- Satellite Imagery- Geoscience Australia Those roads in Queensland managed by the Department of Transport and Main Roads. Does not include http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22State controlled roads - Infrastructure State controlled roads - Queensland roads managed by Local Government Authorities. Also includes QML roads, some mining roads and Queensland%22 busways. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Infrastructure State Development Area boundary - Abbot Point SDA stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area Abbot Point State Development Area shows boundary of gazetted APSDA state development area boundary - Abbot Point SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area Infrastructure Bromelton State Development Area is boundary of gazetted BSDA state development area. State Development Area boundary - Bromelton SDA boundary - Bromelton SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Callide Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area is boundary of gazetted CICSDA State stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area State Development Area boundary - Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA Infrastructure development areas boundary - Callide Infrastructure Corridor SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Infrastructure stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area State Development Area boundary - Galilee Basin SDA Galilee Basin State Development Area is boundary of gazetted GBSDA State development area boundary - Galilee Basin SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area State Development Area boundary - Gladstone SDA Gladstone State Development Area is boundary of gazetted GSDA State development area Infrastructure boundary - Gladstone SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area is boundary of gazetted SGICSDA Infrastructure State Development Area boundary - Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure Corridor SDA boundary - Stanwell to Gladstone Infrastructure State development areas Corridor SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Surat Basin Infrastructure Corridor State Development Area is boundary of gazetted SBICSDA State stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area Infrastructure State Development Area boundary - Surat Basin Infrastructure Corridor SDA boundary - Surat Basin Infrastructure Corridor development areas SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22State Development Area Infrastructure State Development Area boundary - Townsville SDA Townsville State Development Area is boundary of gazetted TSDA state development area. boundary - Townsville SDA%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Data Acquisition Authorities Permit Data acquisition authority - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Data acquisition authority - (DAA) in Queensland. Queensland%22

9 Data Type QSpatial Title (Search term) Metadata Abstract Download/Metadata Hyperlink The boundaries of exploration and production permits in available Queensland. It includes Advertised Areas for Geothermal (ADG), Advertised Areas for Petroleum (ADP), Advertised Areas for Green House Gas (ADQ), Data Acquisition Areas (DAA), Exploration Permits for Coal (EPC), Exploration Permit for Geothermal (EPG), Exploration Permits for Mineral (EPM), Exploration Permits for Petroleum (EPP), http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Exploration Permits for Green House Gas (EPQ), Exploration Permit Special (EPS), Geothermal Leases (GL), Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration and production Exploration and production permits - Queensland Mining Claims (MC), Mineral Development Licence (MDL), Mining Leases (ML), Moritorium Areas for permits - Queensland%22 Exploration Permits for Minerals (MORM), Offshore Exploration Permits for Petroleum (OEP), Potential Commercial Areas (PCA), Petroleum Facilities Licence (PFL), Petroleum Leases (PL), Petroleum Pipeline Licences Centreline (PPL), Petroleum Pipeline Licences Area (PPLA), Petroleum Survey Licences (PSL). http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Exploration Permits for Coal Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration permits for coal - Exploration permits for coal - Queensland (EPC) in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Exploration Permits for Exploration permits for geothermal - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration permits for Permit Geothermal (EPG) in Queensland. geothermal - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Exploration Permits for Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration permits for Exploration permits for greenhouse gas - Queensland Greenhouse Gas (EPQ) in Queensland. greenhouse gas - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Exploration Permits for stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration permits for Permit Exploration permits for mineral - Queensland Mineral (EPM) in Queensland. mineral - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Authorities to Prospect for Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration permits for Exploration permits for petroleum - Queensland Petroleum (ATP) in Queensland. petroleum - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Exploration Permits Special Exploration permits special - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Exploration permits special - Permit (EPS) in Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and names of principal holders of all application and granted Geothermal Leases (GL) in stom/search.page?q=%22Geothermal leases - Permit Geothermal leases - Queensland Queensland. Queensland%22 The boundaries of historic (granted) and/or dead exploration and production permits in Queensland since 1950. It includes Dead Mining Claim (DMC), Dead Mining Claim Access (DMC_ACC), Dead Mining Development License (DMDL), Dead Mining Development License Access (DMDL_ACC), Dead Mining Lease (DML), Dead Mining Lease Access (DML_ACC), Historic Advertised Areas for Geothermal (HADG), Historic http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Advertised Areas for Petroleum (HADP), Historic Advertised Areas for Green House Gas (HADQ), Historic stom/search.page?q=%22Historic exploration and Historic exploration and production permits - Queensland Permit Exploration Permits for Coal (HEPC), Historic Exploration Permit for Geothermal (HEPG), Historic production permits - Queensland%22 Exploration Permits for Mineral (HEPM), Historic Exploration Permits for Petroleum (HEPP), Historic Exploration Permits for Green House Gas (HEPQ), Historic Exploration Permit Special (HEPS),Historic Mining Leases (HML), Historic Offshore Exploration Permits for Petroleum (HOEP), Historic Petroleum Leases (HPL). http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This theme depicts the location, as points, of historic mining leases. These leases have not been stom/search.page?q=%22Historic mining leases - Permit Historic mining leases - Queensland investigated sufficiently to define an areal extent and so are depicted as a point for the known leases. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and names of principal holders of all application and granted Mineral Development Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Mineral development Mineral development licence - Queensland Licences (MDL) in Queensland. licence - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Mineral development licence access - Queensland All application and granted designated access routes for Mineral Development Licence in Queensland. Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Mineral development licence access - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu All application and granted designated access routes for Mining Claims in Queensland. Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Mining claim access - Mining claim access - Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and names of principal holders of all application and granted Mining Claims (MC) in stom/search.page?q=%22Mining claims - Mining claims - Queensland Permit Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Mining lease access - Permit All application and granted designated access routes for Mining Leases in Queensland. Mining lease access - Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Mining lease surface areas - Queensland The boundaries of surface areas attached to a mining lease. Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Mining lease surface areas - Queensland%22

10 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries of Mining Leases in Queensland. stom/search.page?q=%22Mining leases - Permit Mining leases - Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Offshore Exploration Permits stom/search.page?q=%22Offshore exploration Permit Offshore exploration permits for petroleum - Queensland for Petroleum in Queensland. permits for petroleum - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Display the boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Petroleum Facility Petroleum facility licences - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum facility licences - Permit Licences (PFL) in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Display the boundaries and names of principal holders of all application and granted Petroleum Leases Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum leases - Petroleum leases - Queensland (PL) in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Display the centre line and name of principal holders of all application and granted Petroleum Pipeline Petroleum pipeline licences - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum pipeline licences - Permit Licences (PPL) in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Display the area and name of principal holders of all application and granted Petroleum Pipeline Licences Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum pipeline licences Petroleum pipeline licences area - Queensland (PPLA) in Queensland. area - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Display the boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Petroleum Survey Permit stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum survey licences - Petroleum survey licences - Queensland Licences (PSL) in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Display the boundaries and name of principal holders of all application and granted Potential Commercial stom/search.page?q=%22Potential commercial areas - Permit Potential commercial areas - Queensland Areas (PCA) in Queensland. Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of all proposed and drilled Mines boreholes in Queensland. stom/search.page?q=%22All bore hole and well All bore hole and well locations - Queensland Resource locations - Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Resource stom/search.page?q=%22Coal bore holes - The location of Departmental coal bore holes in Queensland. Coal bore holes - Queensland Queensland%22 This theme depicts the extent of identified coal resource estimates in Queensland (nominally of either Measured and/or Indicted confidence categories) as presented in the publication 'Queensland Coals - Physical and Chemical Properties Colliery and Company Information' - 14th Edition, (Mutton 2003). The estimates tabulated therein (Appendix A) were compiled from a variety of sources and cover a range timeframes as detailed in pages 12 and 13 of that document, falling into two broad groups comprising: - historical ('legacy') estimates - nominally prepared using the applicable Australian and/or Departmental estimation/reporting codes* of the time and - those which nominally were prepared in accordance with the intent of the 1999 edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves' - a Code prepared by the Joint http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Ore Reserve Committee of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy - commonly referred to as stom/search.page?q=%22Coal resource area Resource Coal resource area boundaries - Queensland the' JORC Code'. boundaries - Queensland%22 The current (2012) edition of the JORC Code is available from http://www.jorc.org/ Note that since of the compilation reported by Mutton (2003), some new estimates may have been added to the layer and a few may have been renamed. *Refers to a variety of historical documents used by the Queensland coal industry preceding the introduction of the JORC Code(s) that includes the: - 'Code for Reporting of Identified Coal Resources and Reserves' compiled by Galligan (A.G.) and Mengel (D.C); Queensland Government Mining Journal, (May 1986) Volume 87, 201-203. And - 'Parameters for the Reporting and Calculation of Coal Reserves', Department of Mines, November 1977. - 'Parameters for the Calculation and Reporting of Coal Reserves, Queensland', Department of Mines; Queensland Government Mining Journal, September 1968 - Volume 68, No 803, pp 400-402.

11 Data Type Download/Metadata Hyperlink Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) This theme depicts the extent of identified coal resource estimates in Queensland (nominally of either Measured and/or Indicted confidence categories) as presented in the publication 'Queensland Coals - Physical and Chemical Properties Colliery and Company Information' - 14th Edition, (Mutton 2003). The estimates tabulated therein (Appendix A) were compiled from a variety of sources and cover a range timeframes as detailed in pages 12 and 13 of that document, falling into two broad groups comprising: - historical ('legacy') estimates - nominally prepared using the applicable Australian and/or Departmental estimation/reporting codes* of the time and - those which nominally were prepared in accordance with the intent of the 1999 edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves' - a Code prepared by the Joint Ore Reserve Committee of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy - commonly referred to as http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu the' JORC Code'. Coal resource areas - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Coal resource areas - Resource The current (2012) edition of the JORC Code is available from http://www.jorc.org/ Queensland%22 Note that since of the compilation reported by Mutton (2003), some new estimates may have been added to the layer and a few may have been renamed. *Refers to a variety of historical documents used by the Queensland coal industry preceding the introduction of the JORC Code(s) that includes the: - 'Code for Reporting of Identified Coal Resources and Reserves' compiled by Galligan (A.G.) and Mengel (D.C); Queensland Government Mining Journal, (May 1986) Volume 87, 201-203. And - 'Parameters for the Reporting and Calculation of Coal Reserves', Department of Mines, November 1977. - 'Parameters for the Calculation and Reporting of Coal Reserves, Queensland', Department of Mines; Queensland Government Mining Journal, September 1968 - Volume 68, No 803, pp 400-402. The location of inferred coal resources (resource as defined in the JORC code) within available http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Queensland. This theme depicts the location, as points, of inferred coal resources. These resources have Coal resource sites - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Coal resource sites - Resource not been investigated sufficiently to define an areal extent and so are depicted as a point for the centre of Queensland%22 the known deposit The location of proposed and drilled coal seam gas wells to illustrate the distribution of coal seam gas http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu exploration and development in available Queensland. The location of proposed drillholes has not been Coal seam gas well locations - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Coal seam gas well locations - Resource validated by survey and clients are directed to contact the relevant company with any queries they may Queensland%22 have as to their location. Location of field sites where geological information has been gathered. Observations made at these sites include descriptions of outcrops (including rock types and structures), mines, mineralisation or fossil http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Resource Field sites - Queensland localities. Samples may have been collected from these sites for further study, such as petrography, stom/search.page?q=%22Field sites - Queensland%22 chemical analysis or isotopic dating. Some sites have been digitised from previously published or unpublished maps and the structural data recorded at these sites captured into the database. This dataset describes the haulage corridors for key resource areas (KRA) 46 and 63. KRA 46 - Narangba: http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Future transport route identified by Cabinet decision in 2002 to provide for long-term haulage needs from Key resource areas - haulage corridor - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Key resource areas - haulage Resource the resource area. KRA 63 - Carbrook-Eagleby: An underwater slurry pipeline through Logan River corridor - Queensland%22 connecting Carbrook and Eagleby sites. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Key resource areas (KRA), resource processing area describes the extent of the extractive resource and Resource stom/search.page?q=%22Key resource areas - Key resource areas - resource processing area - Queensland any existing or future processing operations. resource processing area - Queensland%22 This dataset describes an area surrounding the key resource/processing area (KRA), needed to maintain http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu separation of people from undesirable levels of noise, dust, ground vibration or air blast overpressure Resource Key resource areas - separation area - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Key resource areas - that may be produced as residual impacts from existing or future extraction or processing of the separation area - Queensland%22 extractive resource. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The transport route for a Key Resource Area (KRA), means a road or rail link from the boundary of the Key resource areas - transport route - Queensland Resource stom/search.page?q=%22Key resource areas - resource/processing area for a KRA to a major road or railway that is used to transport extracted transport route - Queensland%22 resources to markets. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Transport route separation area for a KRA, means the area, measured 100 metres from the centre line of stom/search.page?q=%22Key resource areas - the transport route for a KRA, needed to maintain separation of people from undesirable levels of noise, Key resource areas - transport route separation area - Queensland Resource transport route separation area - Queensland%22 dust and ground vibration produced as residual impacts from the transportation of extractive resources. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Mineral bore holes - Queensland The location of all proposed and drilled mineral boreholes in Queensland. Resource stom/search.page?q=%22Mineral bore holes - Queensland%22 The outline of spatially large mineral deposits in available Queensland. These deposits are commonly the http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu sedimentary style of deposits such as magnesite or oil shale. This theme should be used in conjunction Resource Mineral resource area boundaries - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Mineral resource area with the major mineral deposits point location data to obtain a complete display of Queenslands major boundaries - Queensland%22 mineral resources.

12 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink The outline of spatially large mineral deposits in available Queensland. These deposits are commonly the http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu sedimentary style of deposits such as magnesite or oil shale. This theme should be used in conjunction stom/search.page?q=%22Mineral resource areas - Resource Mineral resource areas - Queensland with the major mineral deposits point location data to obtain a complete display of Queenslands major Queensland%22 mineral resources. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Resource stom/search.page?q=%22Mineral resource sites - Mineral resource sites - Queensland The location of mineral occurrences, deposits and mines within Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu The location of petroleum resource sites in Queensland. stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum resource sites - Resource Petroleum resource sites - Queensland Queensland%22 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Location of petroleum wells to identify where petroleum exploration and production wells have been Petroleum well locations - Queensland Resource stom/search.page?q=%22Petroleum well locations - drilled in Queensland. Queensland%22 Reserves that have been created under the Land Act 1994 to safeguard State-owned quarry material, where the trustee of the reserve is the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries. The purpose of the http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu reserve on title may be given as Quarry, Gravel or Natural Resource Management. The Department of Quarry reserves - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Quarry reserves - Resource Queensland%22 Agriculture and Fisheries is considered the owner of the reserve and must be consulted if any activity is proposed on the reserve that would impact on access to the quarry material. Database storing geological, geophysical, and geochemical data relating to Queensland’s sedimentary http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu basins derived from the drilling of petroleum wells, coal seam gas wells (CSG), stratigraphic bores, coal Queensland petroleum exploration data - QPED stom/search.page?q=%22Queensland petroleum Resource and mineral drillholes. Data includes general well history, company and GSQ stratigraphy, drill stem tests, exploration data - QPED%22 wireline logs, downhole temperatures, analytical data, biostratigraphy, and hydrocarbon indications. http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Location of drill holes completed to obtain stratigraphic information about the geology of Queensland. These stratigraphic drill holes were most completed by the Geological Survey of Queensland and targeted Resource Stratigraphic bore holes - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Stratigraphic bore holes - the improvement of knowledge about the sedimentary basins in Queensland. Queensland%22 The boundary of the State of Queensland and comprises the state border (the cadastral boundary between the states) and the coastline of Queensland; including marine islands. The state border coincides http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu with the position as shown in the Queensland Digital Cadastral Database, while the coastline is the Topographic stom/search.page?q=%22Coastline and State Border - Coastline and State Border - Queensland boundary between the mainland, marine islands and the sea, and is generally defined as mean high Queensland%22 water, except in the area of mangroves, where the coastline is depicted as the seaward edge of the mangroves. https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/mining- MinesOnlineMaps makes it easy to identify resource opportunities across the state by letting you view, System energy-water/resources/online- MinesOnlineMaps query, analyse, extract and print spatial information about the mining and resources industry. services/minesonlinemaps MyMinesOnline lets you apply and manage your resource authorities online. You are able to view details https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/mining- of your resource authority and monitor the progress of your applications or dealings. MyMinesOnline energy-water/resources/online- MyMinesOnline System includes facilities for uploading supporting documents for your application and making your payments services/myminesonline online. Search for resource authority applications or grants details on your land and surrounding area by either https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/mining- using our free public search services or requesting undermining and property searches for a fee. Public searches for resource authorities System energy-water/resources/online-services/searches QDEX Data lets you search for and download large geological, geophysical, geochemical and other https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/mining- System QDEX data system - Queensland geoscience datasets. You can use QDEX Data without registering. energy-water/resources/online-services/qdex-data QDEX Reports lets you submit and search for company statutory reports. It also gives you access to maps https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industries/mining- and publications from the Geological Survey of Queensland and to other government publications System QDEX reports system - Queensland energy-water/resources/online-services/qdex-reports including departmental annual reports and the Queensland Government Mining Journal. QImagery Queensland Government’s online collection of photographs from the 1930’s to 2009. System https://qimagery.information.qld.gov.au/ https://www.business.qld.gov.au/running- Qtopo (online topographic maps) lets you explore Queensland's topography virtually. You can also business/support-assistance/mapping-data- QTopo System request specific areas as printable PDFs. imagery/maps/topographic-maps The Queensland Globe provides an online interactive experience to view Queensland’s location based Queensland Globe System http://qldglobe.information.qld.gov.au/ information. This dataset is based on the GeoScience Australia 1:100,000 drainage network of Queensland (where 1:100,000 coverage exists) and has streams connected and directionalised with reaches ordered using http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Strahler method of stream ordering. This dataset allows you to extract your area of interest using the Ordered drainage 100K - Queensland - by area of interest Topographic stom/search.page?q=%22Ordered drainage 100K - 'clip, zip and ship' functionality. You can select areas by local government area, city or suburb (locality) or Queensland - by area of interest%22 freehand over small areas. You cannot download the entire State in one single order. Instructions for extracting data can be found in the help pages.

13 Data Type Metadata Abstract QSpatial Title (Search term) Download/Metadata Hyperlink http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu This dataset displays the reefs and shoals within Queensland maritime waters. stom/search.page?q=%22Reefs and shoals - Topographic Reefs and shoals - Queensland Queensland%22 The Drainage basin sub-area polygon coverage depicts a subdivision of the major drainage basins (catchment) in Queensland. Its original purpose was to implant some location identifier into the numbering system of bores and gauging stations. For example all bore numbers were prefixed with a four- http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Drainage basin sub-area Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Drainage basin sub-area Water digit number. The first three were used to locate the bore into a specific major river basin. The fourth digit was used to locate the bore into a subdivision of that major river basin as shown in the Sub-Basin Queensland%22 Areas - Queensland coverage. This coverage is now only used as a means of numbering bores and gauging stations. Its capture scale is 1:100 000.Legislation: Water Act 2000, Division The boundaries and names of the Queensland drainage basins (catchment)are as defined by the http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Australian Water Resources Management Committee (WRMC). Information includes the name and number of each drainage basin. The capture scale for this dataset is 1:100 000.Data Custodian Theme: stom/search.page?q=%22Drainage basins Water Drainage basins Queensland Water Management.Legislation: QLD Water Act 2000, Chapter 2 Allocation and sustainable management, Queensland%22 Part 3 Water planning, Division 1 Preliminary, Section 35 Information recording and planning. Boundaries and names of the five Queensland drainage divisions, as defined by the Australian Water Resources Management Committee (WRMC). The capture scale for this dataset is 1:100 http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu 000.AttributesDIV_NUMBER Division number (Roman numeral)DIV_NAME Division nameData Custodian stom/search.page?q=%22Drainage divisions Drainage divisions Queensland Water Theme: Water Management.Legislation: QLD Water Act 2000, Chapter 2 Allocation and sustainable Queensland%22 management, Part 3 Water planning, Division 1 Preliminary, Section 35 Information recording and planning. A compilation of Groundwater Alluvium Boundaries containing polygons describing Alluvium Boundaries http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu within Queensland. The data was obtained from departmental maps showing bores, borelines and Groundwater alluvial boundaries - polygons - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Groundwater alluvial Water alluvium boundaries. Some data was captured from geological maps showing alluvium. The scale and boundaries - polygons - Queensland%22 detail of these maps was varied and diverse with some maps not providing a full coverage of an area. A compilation of Groundwater Alluvium Boundaries containing lines describing Alluvium Boundaries http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu within Queensland. The data was obtained from departmental maps showing bores, borelines and Groundwater alluvial boundaries - polylines - Queensland stom/search.page?q=%22Groundwater alluvial Water alluvium boundaries. Some data was captured from geological maps showing alluvium. The scale and boundaries - polylines - Queensland%22 detail of these maps was varied and diverse with some maps not providing a full coverage of an area. Database storing registered water bore data from private water bores and Queensland Government http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Water Groundwater Database - Queensland groundwater investigation and monitoring bores. Data includes bore location, water levels, construction stom/search.page?q=%22Groundwater Database - Queensland%22 details, strata log, and water quality. The dataset reflects the spatial extent of the Surat Cumulative Management Area. The area was declared http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu stom/search.page?q=%22Surat cumulative Water under the Water Act 2000 to aid in identifying and managing overlapping underground water impacts Surat cumulative management area management area%22 incurred from multiple petroleum tenures. A spatial layer containing records of Queensland's geodetic survey control information. The database provides for the effective management of the geodetic survey control information for Queensland for http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/cu Water bore holes - mines - Queensland which the Department of Natural Resources and Mines is responsible under the Survey and Mapping stom/search.page?q=%22Water bore holes - mines - Water Queensland%22 Infrastructure Act 2003. The records contain: Registered number - number of survey control mark Local Authority - name of local authority Vertical Height - height of mark Vertical Datum - datum of the height.

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