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Natural resources and mines data

We are committed to the Queensland Government's open data initiative.

Our updated open data strategy for the first time lists all of our datasets, including those we plan to publish and those we do not plan to publish, and explains why some datasets will remain restricted. Data is available in a variety of standard formats.

Data is also available from our other specialist data sources.

Open data portal

Data includes more than 500 data resources covering the range of our activities and responsibilities. You can search for resources in the data portal by theme, topic or department name. Data is updated at varying frequencies, including fortnightly (e.g. titles activity), monthly (e.g. coal statistics) and annually (e.g. corporate reporting).

Queensland Globe

The Queensland Globe allows users to view and explore Queensland maps, imagery and other specialist data inside the Google Earth™ application.

Queensland Spatial Catalogue

The Queensland Spatial Catalogue includes geographic datasets, databases, models, map images and map services.

MinesOnlineMaps

MinesOnlineMaps provides access to geological, exploration and mining data.

Queensland Digital Exploration Reports (QDEX Reports)

Queensland Digital Exploration Reports (QDEX Reports) includes company exploration reports including exploration permits, mineral development licenses and petroleum tenure.

Queensland Digital Exploration Data (QDEX Data)

The QDEX Data system enables customers to search for and download large spatial datasets and forms part of the Queensland Government Open Data Strategy.

Water monitoring data portal

The Water monitoring data portal hydrographic data includes the latest stream height and stream flow values, groundwater levels, historic stream flow data and water monitoring network sites.

Enquiries and feedback

For all enquiries regarding our open data strategy or to provide feedback please contact opendata@dnrm.qld.gov.au.

Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License 

Unless otherwise indicated, the data is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.

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Last updated: 28 July 2014

The Department of Natural Resources and Mines is an economic development agency that enables the productive and responsible use of our natural resources – water, land, mineral and energy resources – to generate wealth and prosperity for current and future generations of Queenslanders.

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