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About Queensland Globe

Queensland Globe is our latest mapping and data application and is implemented inside the Google Earth™ application. As an interactive online tool, Queensland Globe allows you to view and explore Queensland maps, imagery (including up-to-date satellite images) and other spatial data.

The Queensland Globe is part of the Queensland Government's open data strategy.

Information available

Inside Queensland Globe you are able to access maps, data and imagery of Queensland, including Queensland Government-owned data and data used under licence from other parties.

Some of the layers you can choose to view include:

  • places (e.g. population centre, suburb)
  • boundaries (e.g. coastline, local government, electorate, postcode)
  • roads (e.g. arterial road, minor road)
  • rail (e.g. railway line, railway station)
  • transport (e.g. ferry, mall, busway, path, track)
  • addresses
  • land parcel (e.g. property boundary, property label)
  • land parcel tenures (e.g. freehold, national park, state forest, state land).

Releases and updates

Releases and updates are regularly made to the Queensland Globe and our other globes imagery, terrain and layers data. Update schedules vary, ranging from weekly to annually.

For more information about the latest releases and updates:

  • view What's new in the qldglobe in the Queensland Globe banner
  • view What's new in the csgglobe in the Coal Seam Gas Globe banner.

Follow Land Queensland on Facebook (facebook.com/LandQueensland) and Twitter (twitter.com/LandQueensland) for regular updates.

Feedback

To provide feedback or if you have an operational query please email opendata@dnrm.qld.gov.au

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Last updated: 18 Jul 2014


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