ANZLIC’s key partners are;

The Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) - conducts user-driven research in areas of spatial information that address issues of national importance. Its partners include federal and state government agencies, universities and over 60 companies. ANZLIC and the CRCSI are complimentary in that the CRCSI provides a means through which market failures and other opportunities identified by ANZLIC and its partners can be addressed by combining the strengths of the local spatial industry and research sector.

PSMA Australia Limited (PSMA) - is an unlisted public company owned by the State, Territory and Federal Governments of Australia. PSMA offers a national asset of comprehensive, quality and accessible spatial knowledge, derived from the government data sources for which ANZLIC partners are custodians.

The Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA) - represents more than 500 companies and organisations working in the private enterprise sector of Australia’s and New Zealand's spatial industry. The partnership between ANZLIC and SIBA is critical in ensuring the needs of SIBA members and their clients are clearly understood and an opportunities or impediments to addressing these needs are brought to the attention of ANZLIC.

The Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) - is Australia and New Zealand's peak body representing the interests of surveying and spatial science professionals, combining the disciplines of land surveying, engineering & mining surveying, cartography, hydrography, remote sensing and spatial information science. The partnership between ANZLIC and SSSI is important in ensuring the professional community represented by the SSSI is able to understand and influence the development and maintenance of relevant spatial data management policies through ANZLIC.

ANZLIC is also a member of the following organisations:

The Centre for Spatial Law and Policy

The Centre for Spatial Law and Policy connects spatial and legal professionals and organisations in order to understand and meet the challenges presented by spatial technology.