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land administration

All Australian State/Territory governments and the Government of New Zealand have developed comprehensive parcel-based land information systems, covering such information sources as land titles and valuation. All are underpinned by digital cadastral databases showing the location and extent of all land parcels in each jurisdiction.

example 1: Cadastral Lite

Where? Australia
Description A national cadastral database of Australia’s 10.4 million parcels, each with five key attributes
Spatial outputs Cadastral Lite is being used by a number of value-adding resellers to develop new customer applications utilising land parcel level data
Benefits Nationally consistent coverage of cadastral data

example 2: G-NAF (Geocoded National Address File)

Where? Australia
Description G-NAF is the authoritative database of reference in Australia for street address data and the associated geocode attribute
Spatial outputs G-NAF can provide a solution to the challenges and high costs associated with assembling and accurately maintaining large address files

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