Data for Competition 2018

Data Portals

Australia

data.gov.au

Australian Bureau of Statistics

ABS.Stat

Australian Antarctic Data Centre

data.aad.gov.au

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

www.aihw.gov.au/data

AURIN

data.aurin.org.au

Bureau of Meteorology

govhack.bom.gov.au

CSIRO Data Access Portal

data.csiro.au/dap

Geoscience Australia

www.ga.gov.au/data-pubs

TERN Data Discovery Portal

portal.tern.org.au

Trove

trove.nla.gov.au

Australian Capital Territory

data.act.gov.au

Australian Capital Territory Geospatial Data

actmapi-actgov.opendata.arcgis.com

New South Wales

data.nsw.gov.au

Queensland

data.qld.gov.au

Queensland Qspatial

qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au

South Australia

data.sa.gov.au

Tasmania

www.thelist.tas.gov.au

Victoria

www.data.vic.gov.au

VicRoads

vicroadsopendata-vicroadsmaps.opendata.arcgis.com

Western Australia

data.wa.gov.au

Brisbane City Council

data.brisbane.qld.gov.au

City of Darwin

open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com

Logan City Council

data-logancity.opendata.arcgis.com

Sunshine Coast Council

data.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

City of Melbourne

data.melbourne.vic.gov.au

Dataset Highlight

Name Description Dataset URL Jurisdiction
2016 Community Profiles

Community Profiles are produced for the top 100 overseas birthplace groups in Victoria.

Each profile includes a series of 36 tables comparing diverse ethnic characteristics with a range of socio-demographic variables.

The profiles are published as electronic copies only for free download.

https://www.multicultural.vic.gov.au/population-and-migration/victorias-diversity/community-profiles-2016-census Victoria
2018 Employment Projections

Employment is projected to increase in 17 of the 19 broad industries over the five years to May 2023. Health Care and Social Assistance is projected to make the largest contribution to employment growth (increasing by 250,300), followed by Construction (118,800), Education and Training (113,000) and Professional, Scientific and Technical Services (106,600). Together, these four industries are projected to provide almost two-thirds (or 66.4 per cent) of total employment growth over the five years to May 2023.

Employment projections for the five years to May 2023

Each year, the Department of Jobs and Small Business produces employment projections by industry, occupation, skill level and region for the following five-year period. These employment projections are designed to provide a guide to the future direction of the labour market, however, like all such exercises, they are subject to an inherent degree of uncertainty.

The 2018 employment projections are based on the forecasted and projected total employment growth rates published in the 2018-19 Budget, the Labour Force Survey (LFS) data (June 2018) for total employment, and the quarterly detailed LFS data (May 2018) for industry employment data.

http://lmip.gov.au/default.aspx?LMIP/GainInsights/EmploymentProjections Australia
7121.0 - Agricultural Commodities, Australia, 2016-17

This publication contains final estimates for data items collected in the 2016-17 Rural Environment and Agricultural Commodities Survey (REACS). Included are statistics on land use, crop and horticultural area and production, livestock numbers, farm management and demographic information.

National and state/territory level estimates are presented in this release. Data at sub-state levels including Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) (2016 edition) Statistical Area 4 (SA4) and Natural Resource Management (NRM) regions will be released as data cubes (Excel xls), zipped Excel files and comma separated value (csv) files attached to the publication.

The REACS is conducted annually in the years between the five-yearly Agricultural Census.

The majority of estimates in this publication were compiled from information obtained from the REACS for the financial year ended 30 June 2017. Administrative data from non-Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) sources were also used to supplement reported data. A copy of the 2016-17 REACS survey form can be found under the Downloads tab of this publication.

http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/7121.0 Australia
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people - population projections

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population projections

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/Aboriginal-and-Torres-Strait-Islander-people-popul/knjh-tqjz Australian Capital Territory
ABS Labour Force Statistics http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/ViewContent?readform&view=productsbyCatalogue&Action=Expand&Num=7.2 Australia
Acid sulfate soils series

This series contains acid sulfate soils information for Queensland. Mapping is available for a number of locations at scales suitable for land use planning.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/acid-sulfate-soils-series Queensland
ACT Estimated resident population by statistical area(SA2 and SA3)

ACT Estimated resident population by statistical area(SA2 and SA3)

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/ACT-Estimated-resident-population-by-statistical-a/j2uh-gmak Australian Capital Territory
ACT General Health Survey (GHS)

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/ACT-General-Health-Survey-GHS-/qikj-249i Australian Capital Territory
ACT Occupation List February 2014

The ACT Migration Program attracts overseas skilled workers, with occupations in demand, to work in Canberra by nominating their skilled migration visa application.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Business-and-Industry/ACT-Occupation-List-February-2014/jytk-z4t5 Australian Capital Territory
ACT Population Projections by District (2015 - 2041)

The projections are based upon actual values obtained in 2015, and estimates obtained for 2016. A full list of all projections, including historical projections, can be found at http://apps.treasury.act.gov.au/demography/projections/act.

These population projections are not intended to present predictions of the demographic future to any degree of reliability or precision.

The population projections contained here are the projected population resulting from certain assumptions about future trends in fertility, mortality and migration trends.

Future population trends are influenced by a variety of social, economic and political factors, with significant fluctuation in short-term population growth rates as well as in the underlying social, economic and political influencers. Numerous behavioural assumptions are required to be made for each age cohort and sex. Many of these assumptions will be swamped by the random impacts on the future movements of individuals through births, deaths, and relocation.

Neither the authors nor the ACT Government give warranty in relation to these projections, and no liability is accepted by the authors or the Government or any other person who assisted in the preparation of the publication, for errors and omissions, loss or damage suffered as a result of any person acting in reliance thereon.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/ACT-Population-Projections-by-District-2015-2041-/e72a-8ng2 Australian Capital Territory
ACT Population Projections by Suburb (2015 - 2020)

The projections are based upon actual values obtained in 2015, and estimates obtained for 2016. A full list of all projections, including historical projections, can be found at http://apps.treasury.act.gov.au/demography/projections/act.

These population projections are not intended to present predictions of the demographic future to any degree of reliability or precision.
The population projections contained here are the projected population resulting from certain assumptions about future trends in fertility, mortality and migration trends.

Future population trends are influenced by a variety of social, economic and political factors, with significant fluctuation in short-term population growth rates as well as in the underlying social, economic and political influencers. Numerous behavioural assumptions are required to be made for each age cohort and sex. Many of these assumptions will be swamped by the random impacts on the future movements of individuals through births, deaths, and relocation.
Neither the authors nor the ACT Government give warranty in relation to these projections, and no liability is accepted by the authors or the Government or any other person who assisted in the preparation of the publication, for errors and omissions, loss or damage suffered as a result of any person acting in reliance thereon.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/ACT-Population-Projections-by-Suburb-2015-2020-/kci6-ugxa Australian Capital Territory
ACT Road Crash Data

DATASET DISCLAIMER: Spatial location of road crashes within the ACT since 2012 which have been reported by the Police or the Public through the AFP Crash Report Form. This dataset only represents crashes that have been reported using the AFP Crash Report Form, and any crashes which have been reported through other channels are not displayed within this dataset.
Note that this data may not represent the exact spatial location of each reported road crash, as the points of each crash are purely indicative of the intersection or midblock location as indicated by the point attributes. Crashes are reviewed on an annual basis, so the existing data may change over time as a result of this review.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Transport/ACT-Road-Crash-Data/6jn4-m8rx Australian Capital Territory
ACT Selected Cancer incidence and mortality

ACT Selected Cancer incidence and mortality

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/ACT-Selected-Cancer-incidence-and-mortality/a2ku-4dqc Australian Capital Territory
ACT Streetlights

Locations and attributes of streetlight assets from across the ACT. Note that this dataset excludes privately owned assets. Note that this dataset has allowed for an appropriate margin of error with regard to the accuracy of the data.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Infrastructure-and-Utilities/ACT-Streetlights/cfpr-4tpw Australian Capital Territory
ACT Year 6 Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey (ACTPANS)

ACT Year 6 Physical Activity and Nutrition Survey (ACTPANS)

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/ACT-Year-6-Physical-Activity-and-Nutrition-Survey-/mh4n-petg Australian Capital Territory
Aged care

In Australia, the aged care system offers a range of options to meet the different care needs of each individual. The desire of many older Australians to remain in their own homes as they age has led to an increasing focus on the provision of aged care services in community settings.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/aged-care/data Australia
Ageing and Aged Care website

The Australian Government Ageing and Aged Care website provides information, tools and resources to support the aged care sector through evidence-based policy, well targeted programs, and best practice regulation. There is also references to websites to assist older people, families and carers.

https://agedcare.health.gov.au/ Australia
Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control (ACDC) Atlas

An interactive atlas that demonstrates the precise locations of the areas where the Agricultural Chemicals Distribution Control Act 1966 applies and does not apply.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/agricultural-chemicals-distribution-control-acdc-atlas Queensland
Agricultural land audit - Queensland series

The Agricultural Land Audit (DAFF Qld 2013) identifies land currently used for agriculture and land with the potential to be used for agriculture. Datasets were produced for 12 regions based on the regional planning boundaries. This metadata file relates to the Statewide datasets produced by the Agricultural Land Audit to complement the more detailed regional data. These show the locations of agricultural processing facilities namely: abattoirs, sawmills, sugar mills and cotton gins. Areas identified by the Agricultural Land Audit as Important Agricultural Areas (IAAs) across the State are also shown. Statewide datasets showing potential for broadacre cropping, annual horticulture, perennial horticulture, sugar cane and sown pastures were added to this series in November 2013. This dataset can be viewed in the web map WALI http://wali.daf.qld.gov.au

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/agricultural-land-audit-queensland-series Queensland
AIHW Adoptions

Adoption is one of the options used to provide permanent care for children who are unable to live with their families. The adoption process establishes a permanent, legal parent–child relationship between a child and their adoptive parent/s.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/adoptions/data Australia
Air quality monitoring https://www.qld.gov.au/environment/pollution/monitoring/air-monitoring Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2010

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2010 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

File format: Comma-separated text

Data resolution: One-hour average values (one-hour sum for rainfall)

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Barometric pressure: Values are at monitoring station elevation, not corrected to mean sea level

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1am at Queensland Government sites (can differ at industry sites). Where this takes place an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2010 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2011

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2011 calendar year.

For more information on Air Quality including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1:00am. Where this takes place, an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: 4 metres above ground level (unless otherwise indicated)

Please note: The following datasets were added on 03 May 2018:

  • Pinkenba
  • Pomona
  • Stuart
  • Townsville Port
  • Wynnum North

Please note: The following datasets were updated on 03 May 2018

  • Pimlico - Oxides of nitrogen modified
  • South Brisbane - Carbon monoxide modified
https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2011 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2011 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by pollutant for the 2011 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2011-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2012

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2012 calendar year. For more information on Air Quality including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1:00am. Where this takes place, an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: 4 metres above ground level (unless otherwise indicated)

Please Note: This dataset was updated on 02 May 2018 to include the following additional sites:

  • Abbot Point (Bowen)
  • Pinkenba
  • Stuart
  • Wynnum North

Please Note: The following sites were updated on 02 May 2018 to correct an error identified in the data.

  • Townsville Coast Guard
https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2012 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2012 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by pollutant for the 2012 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2012-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2013

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2013 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values (one-hour sum for rainfall)

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Barometric pressure: Values are at monitoring station elevation, not corrected to mean sea level

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1am at Queensland Government sites (can differ at industry sites). Where this takes place an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

PLEASE NOTE: The Auckland Point 2013 dataset was updated 24/04/2018 to remove invalid wind data due to a sensor fault

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2013 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2013 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality data by air pollutant for the 2013 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2013-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2014

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2014 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values (one-hour sum for rainfall)

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Barometric pressure: Values are at monitoring station elevation, not corrected to mean sea level

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1am at Queensland Government sites (can differ at industry sites). Where this takes place an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

PLEASE NOTE:

  • The Townsville Coast Guard 2014 air quality monitoring site data was updated on 26/10/2015 due to the wind direction sensor being misaligned and the reported wind direction values have now been corrected.
  • The Auckland Point 2014 air quality monitoring site data was updated on 24/04/2018 to remove invalid wind data due to a sensor fault.
https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2014 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2014 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by pollutant for the 2014 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2014-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2015

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2015 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values (one-hour sum for rainfall)

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Barometric pressure: Values are at monitoring station elevation, not corrected to mean sea level

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1am at Queensland Government sites (can differ at industry sites). Where this takes place an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

PLEASE NOTE: The Auckland Point 2015 air quality monitoring site data was updated on 23/04/2018 due to the wind direction sensor being misaligned and the reported wind direction values have now been corrected.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2015 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2015 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by pollutant for the 2015 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2015-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2016

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2016 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values (one-hour su m for rainfall)

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Barometric pressure: Values are at monitoring station elevation, not corrected to mean sea level

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1am at Queensland Government sites (can differ at industry sites). Where this takes place an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2016 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2016 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by pollutant for the 2016 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2016-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2017

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by monitoring site for the 2017 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values (one-hour sum for rainfall)

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Calm conditions: No hourly average wind direction is reported when the hourly average wind speed is zero

Barometric pressure: Values are at monitoring station elevation, not corrected to mean sea level

Daily zero/span response check: Automated instrument zero/span response checks are conducted daily between midnight and 1am at Queensland Government sites (can differ at industry sites). Where this takes place an ambient hourly value cannot be reported.

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2017 Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring - 2017 (grouped by pollutant)

Annual hourly air quality and meteorological data by pollutant for the 2017 calendar year. For more information on air quality, including live air data, please visit www.ehp.qld.gov.au/air.

Data resolution: One-hour average values

Data row timestamp: Start of averaging period

Missing data/not monitored: Blank cell

Sampling height: Four metres above ground (unless otherwise indicated)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-2017-grouped-by-pollutant Queensland
Air Quality Monitoring Data

Ambient air quality monitoring is undertaken in the ACT to both support both the National Environment Protection Measures and an Air Quality Index (AQI) to better communicate the ambient air quality to the ACT Community.

Unverified data in this dataset. The data displayed may have undergone no or only preliminary quality assurance checks. These data may require modification as a result of calibration changes, power failures, instrument failures etc.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Environment/Air-Quality-Monitoring-Data/94a5-zqnn Australian Capital Territory
Air Quality Monitoring - Live data feed

Live air quality data updates from the Queensland Governments air monitoring network updated hourly and published in XML format.

The data used to compile this air quality information comes directly from the department's air monitoring network and has only undergone a preliminary quality check.

If there is no data measured for a parameter, or data could not be retrieved from the monitoring station at this hour, no data will be shown.

Only data for the current hour is available through the live data feed.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/air-quality-monitoring-live-data-feed Queensland
Alcohol & other drug treatment services

Alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment services assist people to address their drug use. Treatment objectives can include reduction or cessation of drug use as well as improvements to social and personal functioning. Assistance may also be provided to support the family and friends of people using drugs.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/alcohol-other-drug-treatment-services/data Australia
Ambient estuarine water quality monitoring data - 1993 to 2013

Monthly chemical, physical and biological water column profile data at 88 sites in tidal rivers, streams and inshore waters of Central Queensland from samples and in situ measurements.

Monitoring department: DSITIA and predecessor organisations

Monitoring program name: Central Queensland Ambient

Monitoring program design: National Water Quality Management Strategy (NWQMS), Australian Guidelines for Water Quality Monitoring and Reporting (ANZECC & ARMCANZ 2000)

Monitoring protocols: Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (2009) Monitoring and Sampling Manual 2009

Monitoring methods: American Public Health Association (APHA) and American Water Works Association (AWWA) (1998) Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater

Monitoring frequency: Monthly

Monitoring platform: Drifting boat

Monitored water body: Tidal Estuary

Monitored location: Mid stream or mid channel at routine sites and regular depths

Monitored tidal condition: Mid to falling tide

Data format: Comma separated text

Data missing or not monitored: Blank cell

Data resolution: Monitoring site, Monitoring date, Monitoring water depth

Data quality: Data results are best available and comply with all documented methods

Data format for each parameter: Data qualifier text field and may contain a "less than" symbol, "greater than" symbol or blank cell. Data numerical value

Monitoring site ID: A 13 character ID code unique for each DSITIA monitoring site

Monitoring site description: Description detail that may include distance to a river mouth

Monitoring site latitude: Latitude as decimal degrees in GDA94 datum

Monitoring site longitude: Longitude as decimal degrees in GDA94 datum

Monitoring date: Date of the monitoring survey in DD/MM/YYYY format

Monitoring time: Time of the monitoring survey at a site as HHMMSS in 24h format

Monitoring water depth: Depth below the water surface with 0.2m the near surface depth

Secchi depth (m): Surface measurement

Chlorophyll-a (ug/L): Surface algal biomass samples collected at 0.2m depth

Physiochemical parameters: in situ physiochemical profile measurements start at a depth of 0.2m near the water surface and the water column profile is monitored at regular 2m intervals plus the last available depth greater than 0.5m above the bottom

- Dissolved Oxygen concentration (mg/L)

- Dissolved Oxygen % saturation (%)

- pH

- Salinity (PSU)

- Specific Conductance at 25 deg C (mS/cm)

- Temperature (°C)

- Turbidity (NTU)

Surface nutrient parameters: samples collected at 0.2m depth

- Ammonia as N (mg/L)

- Organic Nitrogen as N (mg/L)

- Nitrogen Oxides as N (mg/L)

- Total Nitrogen as N (mg/L)

- Filterable Reactive Phosphorus as P (mg/L)

- Total Phosphorus as P (mg/L)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/ambient-estuarine-water-quality-monitoring-data-1993-to-2013 Queensland
Ambient estuarine water quality monitoring data (includes near real-time sites) - 2012 to present day

Half hourly in-situ estuarine water quality readings by station updated daily.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/ambient-estuarine-water-quality-monitoring-data-near-real-time-sites-2012-to-present-day Queensland
API for the Geocoded National Address File

This is a test Linked Data API delivering data from the G-NAF, the Geocoded National Address File.

http://gnafld.net/ Australia
Assistant Immigration Agent Maryborough 1875 to 1884

This index was compiled from the registers of rations issued by the Assistant Immigration Agent, Maryborough for the period 1875 to 1884.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/assistant-immigration-agent-maryborough-1875-to-1884 Queensland
Assistant Immigration Agent Maryborough 1884 to 1907

These indexes were compiled from the register of prospective nominated immigrants and from the correspondence and papers for nominated immigrations created by the Assistant Immigration Agent, Maryborough for the period 1884 to 1907. Read more about these immigration records for Maryborough http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/Researchers/Indexes/Immigration/Pages/Maryborough1884.aspx.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/assistant-immigration-agent-maryborough-1884-to-1907 Queensland
Assisted immigration 1848 to 1912

These indexes were created from the Registers of immigrant ships’ arrivals in Queensland ports as kept and used by the Immigration Department from 1848 to 1912. Read more about these immigration registers http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/Researchers/Indexes/Immigration/Pages/Immigration1848.aspx.
Note: All the data and resources for this assisted immigration dataset have been updated (March 2016).

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/assisted-immigration-1848-to-1912 Queensland
Australian South Sea Islanders 1867 to 1908

This index was compiled from a wide variety of government records detailing the administration of the South Sea Islander immigration and employment program in Queensland between 1867 and 1908. Read more about these South Sea Islander records.

NOTE: Terms found in the records reflect the period in which they were created. As such, some words and descriptions may be culturally insensitive.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/australian-south-sea-islanders-1867-to-1908 Queensland
Australia Ocean 3D Bluelink Forecast Data Sample

This is a three-dimensional forecast of ocean state from the sea surface to the deep ocean. The OceanMAPS model is a Bureau of Meteorology operational global ocean forecast system with 0.1 degree horizontal resolution and variable vertical resolution. This model was build with the support of the Bluelink research partnership.

This dataset captures a one-year period and is provided to support anyone wanting to better understand the model or how to work with this data.

LICENCE: The dataset referred to in this metadata record is available/ licenced under the “CC-BY-NC 3.0 au” license. The license summary may be found here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/au/

The full license text may be found here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/au/legalcode

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https://data.gov.au/dataset/australia-ocean-3d-data-sample Australia
Australia Taxation Office Gov Hack 2018

This dataset includes 3 time periods (2006, 2011 and 2016) of individual tax returns, and the counts of ATO help centre’s by Postcode. There is also a selection of corresponding ABS census variables and SIEFA indexes for the same time periods, by postcode. It can be used by itself for trend analysis, or in conjunction with other datasets at the national, state or postcode level. The combination of ATO and ABS data provides two independent snapshots of the Australian population. The data is not perfect, to represent true life datasets, and any errors, omissions or inconsistencies are part of the challenge of GovHack.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/govhackato/resource/f3bcbd38-b3e9-4a27-8729-2314f05a6ae4 Australia
Barbeques http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/barbeques Northern Territory
Basketball Courts

Locations of the public basketball courts across Canberra.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Sport-and-Recreation/Basketball-Courts/igti-4f4a Australian Capital Territory
Biodiversity status of pre-clearing and 2015 remnant regional ecosystems - Queensland series

Version 10.1 - Regional ecosystems are vegetation communities in a bioregion that are consistently associated with a particular combination of geology, landform and soil.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/biodiversity-status-of-pre-clearing-and-2015-remnant-regional-ecosystems-queensland-series Queensland
BIONET - Native Vegetation Maps, including of the Sydney Metropolitan Area VSI_ID 4489

This Sydney Metropolitan map is one of five vegetation maps in NSW that maps to the new Plant Community Type classification (PCT_ID). There maps are available via ESRI Rest map services which you can access from the metadata page in SEED

The PCT_ID key allows the map to be mashed with the BioNet OData (Vegetation Classification) API to provide rich information of the plant species and structure of each community type. This intern can be linked with the Threatened biodiversity and Species sighting services.

Vegetation Maps:
https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/the-native-vegetation-of-the-sydney-metropolitan-area-oeh-2016-vis-id-4489

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/state-vegetation-type-quickview-map-western-nsw-pct-draft-v0-1-vis-id-4492

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/riverina-regional-native-vegetation-map-version-v1-0-vis_id-4449

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/border-rivers-gwydir-namoi-regional-native-vegetation-map-version-2-0-vis_id-420443dc7

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/central-west-lachlan-regional-native-vegetation-pct-map-version-1-0-vis_id-4358182f4

Resources:
How to Use Web Map Services: https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/-/media/OEH/Corporate-Site/Documents/BioNet/how-to-use-bionet-web-map-services-180363.pdf

BioNet OData APIs and Standards:
https://data.bionet.nsw.gov.au/

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/the-native-vegetation-of-the-sydney-metropolitan-area-oeh-2016-vis-id-4489 New South Wales
BIONET - NSW SLATS LANDSAT Woody Change (Clearing) vector database 1988-2010

This dataset was derived from the primary "SLATS Landsat woody change data (25m) for 1988 - 2010" raster (grid) layers used to generate the annualised woody vegetation change rates for the 2010 NSW Annual Report of Native Vegetation.(http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/reports.htm); ; This data describes the areas and type of woody vegetation change (loss) based on the analysis of multi-date Landsat imagery covering NSW.

Mash this vegetation clearing map data with vegetation community maps to understand impact on native vegetation communities. Take it a step further integrating threatened biodiversity, vegetation classification and species sightings from the BioNet OData API

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/nsw-slats-landsat-woody-change-derived-vector-database-1988-2010f5add New South Wales
BOM Climate and past weather http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/?ref=ftr Australia
BOM Environment Information http://www.bom.gov.au/environment/?ref=ftr Australia
BOM Improving water information http://www.bom.gov.au/water/?ref=ftr Australia
BreastScreen Queensland participation from the BreastScreen Queensland Register

Participation rates for women attending BreastScreen Queensland by Hospital and Health Services

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/breastscreen-queensland-participation-from-the-breastscreen-queensland-register Queensland
Broad vegetation groups - pre-clearing and 2015 remnant - Queensland series

Version 3.0 pre-clearing and 2015 remnant Broad Vegetation Groups of Queensland (BVG), derived from the regional ecosystem mapping. The 1:1 million BVG is added by lookup table derived from the Regional Ecosystem Description Database (REDD). The dominant BVG 1:1 million (DBVG_1M) is determined by percentages of each BVG.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/broad-vegetation-groups-pre-clearing-and-2015-remnant-queensland-series Queensland
Building Permit Activity Data 2018

The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) collects information from building surveyors on the number, value and type of building permits issued each month as part of its functions under the Building Act 1993. The Building Permit Activity Data provides information relating to each building permit issued in the State of Victoria and reported to the VBA for the preiod specified. It includes: - over 40 pieces of information per record - details of what was built (or demolished) - how much it cost - levy paid - when it was built - time series per year In addition, spatial information can be viewed according to: - municipality - Victorian State Regions - Victorian Rural Regions - metropolitan regions - suburb - postal code - street name Please refer to the data quality statement to assist you in determining whether the data meets fitness for purpose tests before use.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/building-permit-activity-data-2018 Victoria
Building Permit Activity Data 2018

The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) collects information from building surveyors on the number, value and type of building permits issued each month as part of its functions under the Building Act 1993. The Building Permit Activity Data provides information relating to each building permit issued in the State of Victoria and reported to the VBA for the preiod specified. It includes: - over 40 pieces of information per record - details of what was built (or demolished) - how much it cost - levy paid - when it was built - time series per year In addition, spatial information can be viewed according to: - municipality - Victorian State Regions - Victorian Rural Regions - metropolitan regions - suburb - postal code - street name Please refer to the data quality statement to assist you in determining whether the data meets fitness for purpose tests before use.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/building-permit-activity-data-2018 Victoria
Buildings http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/buildings Northern Territory
Bushfire Management Planning Data - Identified Assets at Risk

Assets determined to be at risk from bushfire and the associated risk level.

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/bushfire-management-planning-data-identified-assets-at-risk South Australia
Business Discount Directory

Businesses registered in the Carer and/or the Seniors Business Discount Card scheme which provide discounts or offers to holders of a Seniors Card, a Seniors Card +go, a Seniors Business Discount Card and/or a Carer Business Discount Card and venues participating in the Companion Card scheme.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/business-discount-directory Queensland
Campbelltown City Council Open Space Areas

Shapefile for Campbelltown City Council Open Space Areas.

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/campbelltown-city-council-open-space-areas South Australia
Cancer screening

Population-based screening is an organised, systematic and integrated process of testing for signs of cancer or pre-cancerous conditions in populations without obvious symptoms. Programs target specific populations and/or age groups where evidence shows screening to be most effective.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/cancer-screening/data Australia
Card index to nominated immigrants 1908 to 1922

This index was compiled from the card index to personal files for nominated immigrants as created and used by the Immigration Department between 1908 and 1922. Read more about these personal files.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/card-index-to-nominated-immigrants-1908-to-1922 Queensland
Carparks http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/carparks Northern Territory
Cattle tick clearing facilities—locations

Cattle tick clearing facilities - location

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/cattle-tick-clearing-facilities-locations Queensland
CBD Parking Meters http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/cbd-parking-meters Northern Territory
Census Data for all ACT Schools

School enrollment data for each public school in the ACT. The number of students in each class is reported in February and August each year. Non-Government schools are only reported in February.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Education/Census-Data-for-all-ACT-Schools/8mi2-3658 Australian Capital Territory
Child protection

In Australia, statutory child protection is the responsibility of state and territory governments. Departments responsible for child protection provide assistance to vulnerable children who are suspected of being abused, neglected or harmed, or whose parents are unable to provide adequate care or protection.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/child-protection/data Australia
City of Casey Transport Data

City of Casey Transport Network Performance
Road safety Incidents
Casey Boundary
Journey to Work layer

QGIS recommended for data query

https://data.gov.au/dataset/coctransport Victoria
City of Gold Coast data.gov.au https://data.gov.au/organization/city-of-gold-coast Queensland
City of Gold Coast Open Data Portal http://data-goldcoast.opendata.arcgis.com/ Queensland
City of Hobart data.gov.au datasets (90) https://data.gov.au/organization/city-of-hobart Tasmania
City of Hobart - Open Data Portal

City of Hobart - Open Data Portal

https://data-1-hobartcc.opendata.arcgis.com/ Tasmania
City of Kingston https://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/Home Victoria
City of Kingston Annual Report

The 2016/17 Annual Report includes audited financial statements, a copy of the Auditor's Report received by Council, and a report on the operations for the year ending 30 June 2017.
Provides further reference and context on the City of Kingston.

Please note - this is a pdf document not a data set

https://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Plans-Policies-and-Publications/Annual-Report?BestBetMatch=annual%20report|dcec5831-1d54-49d2-a3ad-25ff60fc8db4|1f087410-7b2f-4c24-a9ec-a19500ca423b|en-AU Victoria
City of Kingston reports

Local Government Performance Reporting Framework - Summary report for 4 years of Know Your Council data from 2014-18
Fields include
Service area; Indicator; Measure description; similar councils; all councils; council says

Annual Action Plan Report 2017/18
Community Satisfaction survey

https://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/library/My-Library/Collections/GovHack-2018 Victoria
City of Launceston data.gov.au datasets (47) https://data.gov.au/dataset?organization=city-of-launceston&sort=extras_harvest_portal+asc%2C+score+desc&q=launceston Tasmania
City of Launceston Open Data https://opendata.launceston.tas.gov.au/ Tasmania
City of Parramatta temperature data 2018

City of Parramatta air temperature data for the 15th January 2018 - 15 February 2018. Air temperature data was collected in 10 minute intervals in various parks and reserves.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/temperaturedata New South Wales
Collection of Feature Datasets - 200+ APIs from NSW Spatial Services

NSW Spatial Services have released more than 200 APIs, providing access to a collection of queryable line, point and polygon feature datasets encompassing a wide range of NSW spatial features.

These include community facilities, educational facilities, utilities, medical services, pipelines, railways, transport control devices and a range of land service features and water boundaries.

For advice on how to query the APIs see:

https://enterprise.arcgis.com/en/server/10.3/publish-services/linux/communicating-with-a-wfs-service-in-a-web-browser.htm

https://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset?organization=department-of-finance-services-and-innovation New South Wales
Collection of spatial data - imagery, transport and boundary related

These additional datasets developed by NSW Spatial Services provide access to spatial imagery, transport network and boundary data that is available on maps through multiple layers or as GEOJSON.

https://marketplace.data.nsw.gov.au/listing-search?search_api_fulltext= New South Wales
Colonial Tasmanian Family Links database

The Colonial Tasmanian Family Links database is designed to provide an initial online genealogical research resource. It links individuals with other members of their families living in Tasmania in the 19th Century. The information about individuals is based primarily on records of births, deaths, and marriages and similar events, held in the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office (TAHO) and the linkages have been developed by family historians associated with the former National Heritage Foundation in the late 1990s. The database contains approximately five hundred thousand entries.

http://portal.archives.tas.gov.au/menu.aspx?search=8 Tasmania
Coloured labour and asiatic aliens in Queensland 1913

This index was compiled from the correspondence relating to non-British subjects living in various Queensland Police Districts as kept by the Chief Secretary's Office in 1913. Read more about these Coloured labour and asiatic alien records.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/coloured-labour-and-asiatic-aliens-in-queensland-1913 Queensland
Common cancers incidence and mortality 5 year, by sex, ACT 2011-2015

Common cancers incidence and mortality 5 year, by sex, ACT 2011-2015

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/Common-cancers-incidence-and-mortality-5-year-by-s/nbk3-qu52 Australian Capital Territory
Community Profiles 2016 Census https://www.multicultural.vic.gov.au/population-and-migration/victorias-diversity/community-profiles-2016-census Victoria
Conservation status of Queensland wildlife

The names and conservation statuses of Queensland plants, fungi, protists, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and some fish and invertebrate groups based on DSITI’s WildNet database.

The Conservation status of Queensland wildlife report can be accessed to visualise the data.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/conservation-status-of-queensland-wildlife Queensland
Crash Stats - Data Extract

CrashStats data is provided to users by VicRoads for the purpose of supplying information about road crashes in Victoria for educational purposes.

The data provided allows users to analyse Victorian fatal and injury crash data based on time, location, conditions, crash type, road user type, object hit etc.

File ACCIDENT.zip contains the following files extracted from the VicRoads CrashStats database. See Additional Information for the period of data extract.

The files are as follows:

Tables

  • accident (basic accident details, time, severity, location)

  • person (person based details, age, sex etc)

  • vehicle (vehicle based data, vehicle type, make etc)

  • accident_event (sequence of events e.g. left road, rollover, caught fire)

  • roadsurfacecond (whether road was wet, dry, icy etc)

  • atmospheric_cond (rain, winds etc)

  • sub_dca (detailed codes describing accident)

  • accident_node (master location table - NB subset of accident table)

  • Node Table with Lat/Long references

The files contained are documented in the CrashStats User Guide and Appendix, accessible at:

http://data.vicroads.vic.gov.au/metadata/crashstats_user_guide_and_appendices.pdf

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/crash-stats-data-extract Victoria
Crime Stats Agency

The Crime Statistics Agency publishes recorded crime statistics here every quarter. You can also view crime data by police region, local government area and postcode in the Crime by location tool.

Access to summary statistics on criminal incidents, offences, alleged offenders, victim reports and family incidents by clicking the menu buttons below or download the full set of data tables in the Download data tab.

In addition there are data visualisations available at the bottom of the recorded criminal incidents and record offences pages. There is a link below the visualisation with a guide for use with instructions on how to download the data, calculate percentage change and drill down for further detail.

https://www.crimestatistics.vic.gov.au/crime-statistics/latest-crime-data Victoria
Customer service centre wait times

Wait time and serve time for customers that attended a Department of Transport and Main Roads customer service centre.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/customer-service-centre-wait-times Queensland
Cyclist Crashes

On Road Cyclist Crashes, since 2012, which have been reported by the Police or the Public through the AFP Crash Report Form.

Please note;
Although crash data is updated on regular basis it will always have a backlog of entries hence it is not a true reflection of the up to date crash locations.
Crash locations are only indicative and may not reflect an accurate position of persons involved in an incident.
Casualty crashes are occasionally omitted from some maps or crash reports if they are still under investigation.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Justice-Safety-and-Emergency/Cyclist-Crashes/n2kg-qkwj Australian Capital Territory
Dams (Angus Catchment)

The Angas Catchment Dams dataset is a subset of the Hydro Water Bodies dataset and is limited geographically to the Angas River surface water catchment in South Australia. The data set contains polygon data outlining the physical extent of dams and estimated dam capacity (volume range in megalitres) and wall height information (in metres). Dam capacities have been estimated using various methods. These capacities have been converted to volume ranges. The majority of wall heights have been measured on site using a hand sight level. Dam capacity and wall height is based on available information and although best effort and care has been taken in compiling this information, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The dataset will change over time as further information becomes available.

This dataset provides a general indication of dam features within the Angas surface water catchment in South Australia. The dataset can be used for applications particularly in relation to water resource management and emergency planning and response. This dataset has been released for use in GovHack 2018 and will not be available after the competition weekend.

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/dams-angus-catchment South Australia
data.gov.au Magda API

The API of the data.gov.au beta at search.data.gov.au, which is powered by a new product called Magda (https://magda.io). This contains all the metadata collected by search.data.gov.au - information about roughly 70,000 Datasets, Files, Organisations etc, and allows you to page through or search it via a JSON-based REST API.

The quality of this metadata differs pretty widely, and a big part of what we want to achieve with Magda is automatically fixing it up and enhancing it - things like checking if links are broken, looking at file extensions to determine file format etc. Between looking at the metadata we already have and downloading the files that it describes, there's a lot of cool things that could be done to improve the state of the catalogue, and we're really interested to see what can be done.

Important links:
- API documentation: https://search.data.gov.au/api/v0/apidocs/index.html
- You can find a guide to using the APIs at https://magda.io/docs/using-api
- Source code: https://github.com/magda-io/magda
- Simple example of using the API (written in typescript): https://github.com/magda-io/magda-api-example

https://search.data.gov.au/api/v0/apidocs/index.html Australia
DCDSS—Queensland Government Investment Portal (QGIP)

Records of investments in front line service delivery including expenditure records, available funding and data for local government areas. All Royalties for the Regions expenditure is shown in the QGIP datasets of the Department of Transport and Main Roads and Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/dcdss-queensland-government-investment-portal-qgip Queensland
DCSYW—Queensland Government Investment Portal (QGIP)

Records of investments in front line service delivery including expenditure records, available funding and data for local government areas.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/dcsyw-queensland-government-investment-portal-qgip Queensland
Department of State Growth - data.gov.au datasets (11) https://data.gov.au/organization/tasmanian-department-of-state-growth Tasmania
Disability apps and tools

Useful apps and tools available for people with disability in Queensland.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/disability-apps-and-tools Queensland
Disability services

People with disability interact with every aspect of social policy and programs in Australia. They access both specialist and mainstream services across a wide variety of areas. Many also receive support through informal carers.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/disability-services/data Australia
Discharged Soldier Settler Loans 1917-1919

The Loan Register for discharged soldiers' loans records financial assistance to applicants for the purposes of erecting or purchasing dwelling houses under the Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act 1917.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/discharged-soldier-settler-loans-1917-1919 Queensland
DKA Solar Centre data website

The Desert Knowledge Australia Solar Centre (DKASC) is a demonstration facility for commercialized solar technologies operating in the arid solar conditions of Alice Springs, Central Australia. The website enables people to explore real time information on energy production and consumption generated by the demonstration facility.

http://dkasolarcentre.com.au/locations/alice-springs Northern Territory
Drinking Fountains

Locations of the public drinking fountains across Canberra.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Infrastructure-and-Utilities/Drinking-Fountains/8eg4-uskm Australian Capital Territory
DSS Payment Demographic Data for Young Carers

The DSS Payment Demographic Data for Young Carers provides a summary of the demographic profile of Carer Payment and Carer Allowance recipients aged under 25.

The data contains recipient numbers by

• Geographical location (State, Statistical Area 3 (SA3), remoteness)

• Demographic: age, sex, Indigenous/non-Indigenous, partnership status and country of birth (COB)

• Payment rate and duration on payment

• Earnings

• Care Receiver medical condition type

Please note, to maintain privacy and machine readability of the data in a machine readable format, values of one to five have been rounded up to five; zero has been kept as zero.
This data has been published to support the 2018 GovHack competition and is unlikely to be updated in future.

Please direct any enquiries about this data to data.requests@dss.gov.au
A machine readable file containing geographic breakdown by 2011 SA3 (https://data.gov.au/dataset/dss-young-carers-sa3_2011 ) has also been published for use in National Map.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/dss-payment-demographic-data-for-young-carers Australia
East Point Interactive Science Trail Map http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/30b9a66a61854a8dac37e9c0a2e71ba4 Northern Territory
Economic Development Framework - NT Government

The Northern Territory Government's Economic Development Framework is to provide a platform for private and not-for-profit sectors, land councils and Aboriginal representative groups, unions and the community to collaborate, coordinate and plan investment and identify and realize opportunities for the development of the Northern Territory economy. The website provides the framework, regulation and information to assist in understanding the local economy and prospective opportunities.

https://edf.nt.gov.au/ Northern Territory
Employment Fund

The Employment Fund (EF) table provides information on EF expenditure transactions for job seekers serviced in jobactive. The table includes jobactive provider information, job seeker characteristics at the time of the EF expenditure transaction, and transaction details and expenditure. The lowest data grain in the dataset is TRANSACTION_ID, a unique code generated each time there is an EF expenditure transaction. The dataset was extracted on 5 August 2018, however is based on EF expenditure transactions that occurred between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2017.
Please note that the time period of the dataset has been restricted to mitigate any potential sensitivity risks and this may limit certain analyses.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/employment_fund Australia
Environmental Authorisations

This dataset holds information on the EPA's environmental authorisations. Under the Environment Protection Act 1993, the EPA administers three types of authorisations: licences, exemptions and works approvals.

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/environmental-authorisations South Australia
Environmental characteristics series

This series is based on information extracted from the Soil and Land Information (SALI) database and relates to inherent properties of the landscape which may impact on surface water quality.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/environmental-characteristics-series Queensland
Environmental monitoring site locations

Summary information about locations of environmental monitoring sites that have monitoring data publicly available. Types of monitoring sites are air quality, water quality, storm tides, wave heights and direction. Each site provides links to download its data and to its associated webpage if it exists.

Field descriptions

Monitoring type: The type of monitoring being conducted at that location

Site name: The name of the site

Latitude: The latitude in decimal degrees

Longitude: The longitude in decimal degrees

Resource label: The name of the resource (data file) that is available for download

Start date: First date of the monitoring for that resource

End date: Last date of the monitoring for that resource

Near real-time period: If the resource contains near real-time data, this field indicates the numerical length of the period

Period type: If the resource contains near real-time data, this field indicates the type of period, e.g. day, current year, etc

Update frequency: Indicates how often the resource is updated

Resource Url: The location of the resource to download the data

Website Url: The location of the webpage associated with this site, if it exists

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/environmental-monitoring-site-locations Queensland
Estimated Inherent Soil Fertility of NSW

This map provides an estimation of the inherent fertility of soils in NSW. It uses the best available soils and natural resource mapping developed for the Land and Soil Capability (LSC) dataset.

The mapping describes soil fertility in NSW according to a five class system outlined below:

  • Low (1)
  • Moderately low (2)
  • Moderate (3)
  • Moderately high (4)
  • High (5)

It was derived from a lookup table system linking a fertility class to a particular soil type (Great Soil Group), which was then attributed for each soil map unit (see Table 1 in data package).

Reference: Office of Environment and Heritage, 2017, Estimated Inherent Soil Fertility of NSW, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney.

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/estimated-inherent-soil-fertility-of-nswd793e New South Wales
Estimated Resident Population ACT by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people status

Estimated Resident Population ACT by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people status 2011

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/Estimated-Resident-Population-ACT-by-Aboriginal-an/hagi-vyhn Australian Capital Territory
Events Victoria - Widget

The Widget is the easiest way to display Events Victoria events on your site.
The Widget creation tool allows you to customise the location, type,
categories and size of the Widget. Then just copy the code and load it on your
site.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/events-victoria-widget Victoria
Farm Lads 1922-1940

Names of boys under the Farm Lads migration scheme. Names are taken from correspondence between the Immigration Agent and prospective employers, farm learners (farm lads) and parents regarding possible employment or the boys' placement on farms.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/farm-lads-1922-1940 Queensland
Fenced Dog Parks

Locations of the fenced dog parks across Canberra.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Sport-and-Recreation/Fenced-Dog-Parks/9w3s-wzf4 Australian Capital Territory
Fitness Sites

There are 22 Canberra suburbs which have fitness equipment such as sit up benches, chin up bars and balance beams available at a local park or open space

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Sport-and-Recreation/Fitness-Sites/h4qc-3txc Australian Capital Territory
Forecasts of Domestic Traveller Activity

Tourism Research Australia’s forecasts provide estimates of activity and spend using a combination of econometric and time series models. The forecasts are based on aviation capacity, price, income and seasonality as well as significant events affecting source markets. The forecasts provide estimates of domestic and international tourism over a ten-year future timeframe and are provided for individual states and territories as well as nationally.

https://www.tra.gov.au/Domestic/domestic-tourism-forecasts Australia
Future Urban Structure Land Use

Each PSP describes the planned land uses for new development in specific parts of Melbourne’s Growth Areas. The official Future Urban Structure (FUS) plan for any individual area is contained in the approved PSP documents incorporated into the relevant municipal planning schemes for that area.
The Victorian Planning Authority’s (VPA’s) FUS LandUse data has been generated by amalgamating individual PSP data. Various PSPs have been generated over many years and by different organisations and processes. This FUS data is therefore a simplified combination of data that originally comprised different formats and structures.
The VPA’s FUS LandUse data has no official status and is provided solely to assist in land use planning in areas within or adjacent to areas with completed PSP, and should be treated as having been provided for general information purposes only.
The VPA aims to update data shortly after the gazettal of a completed PSP. The FUS LandUse layer contains only data for Approved and Gazetted PSPs.
The full data description and metadata can be found here - http://vpa.vic.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/VPA-Greenfields-PSP-Spatial-Data-Metadata.pdf

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/fus-land-use Victoria
Geocoded National Address Flat File

The Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) dataset has been made available for GovHack 2018 as a single file for easier use. It consists of addresses in current use from PSMA’s May 2018 release and covers all of Australia with over 14 million addresses in total. The data is made available in a pipe separated (PSV) format consisting of all the main elements of an address, including the latitude and longitude for identifying the location of each address. More information about each of the fields is available from the G-NAF May 2018 product description.
This dataset will be available until the GovHack Red Carpet Awards night held in November 2018.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/gnaf-flat-file Australia
Geofabric OGC Web Services

Geofabric OGC Web Services
This web service is for delivery of the Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric) via the National Environmental Information Infrastructure (NEII).

http://geofabric.bom.gov.au/documentation/ Australia
Government concessions and rebates for seniors

Additional information about the concession, rate, subsidy or discount including eligibility criteria.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/government-concessions-and-rebates-for-seniors Queensland
GovHack 2018 – IP Australia

This dataset has been prepared by IP Australia for GovHack 2018 Bounty: How could the same business applicant be identified across multiple datasets and over time? How could we do this in new and interesting ways? Please have fun with it and enlighten us with your best and brightest ideas.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/govhack-2018-ip-australia Australia
Health System Dashboard (Tas)

The health system dashboard provides headline indicators and supporting statistics on the Tasmanian public health system. It provides a wide range of information about the performance of Tasmania’s health system services, including hospital, oral health, breast screening, mental health and ambulance services. The health system dashboard is published four times a year through the HealthStats website (https://www.healthstats.dhhs.tas.gov.au). The Data Notes document contains a brief description of indicators, caveats and notes to assist with interpretation of the dataset. The Data Notes should be read before interpreting or making use of the data.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/health-system-dashboard-tas Tasmania
Health System Dashboard (Tas)

The health system dashboard provides headline indicators and supporting statistics on the Tasmanian public health system. It provides a wide range of information about the performance of Tasmania’s health system services, including hospital, oral health, breast screening, mental health and ambulance services. The health system dashboard is published four times a year through the HealthStats website (https://www.healthstats.dhhs.tas.gov.au). The Data Notes document contains a brief description of indicators, caveats and notes to assist with interpretation of the dataset. The Data Notes should be read before interpreting or making use of the data.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/health-system-dashboard-tas Tasmania
Historical Gaming Expenditure by Venue

This data set provides information relating to the total expenditure and gaming venue information including venue classification and the allocation of electronic gaming machines (EGMs) throughout Victoria.

Detailed descriptions of this data set include:
- Name
- Region
- LGA name
- Venue Type
- Expenditure
- EGM numbers

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/historical-gaming-expenditure-by-venue Victoria
Historical rainfall and temperature forecast and observations hourly data - Weather forecasting verification data (2015-05 to 2016-04)

Historical rainfall and temperature forecast and observations hourly data (2015-05 to 2016-04), used to compare and verify forecasting.
Observations data is from a sample of 518 automatic weather stations (AWS) over land, and is at the surface level. Data has been aggregated from one-minute readings into hourly values, for forecast comparison purposes. This observations data is partly QC'd.

Forecasted weather elements include temperature, maximum and minimum temperature, rainfall probabilities and rainfall amounts. Different forecast products have different time resolutions, e.g. temperature forecasts are made for each hour, while maximum and minimum temperature forecasts are made for each day.

This dataset is approximately 630 Mb in size.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/weather-forecasting-verification-data-2015-05-to-2016-04 Australia
Historic death index

Access Canberra maintains an historic death index that provides limited information relating to deaths that were registered in the ACT more than 30 years ago.

The index contains the: registration number; deceased’s surname and given names; date of death deceased’s father’s surname and given names; and, deceased’s mother’s surname and given names.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/Historic-death-index/sepa-djsm Australian Capital Territory
Historic marriage index

Access Canberra maintains an Historic marriage index that provides limited information relating to marriages that were registered in the ACT more than 75 years ago.
The index contains: the registration number; both parties’ surnames and given names; and, the date of the marriage.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/Historic-marriage-index/uzaz-dbkr Australian Capital Territory
Homelessness services

Governments across Australia fund a range of services to support people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. These services are delivered by non-government organisations including agencies specialising in delivering services to specific target groups (such as young people or people experiencing domestic and family violence), as well as those that provide more generic services to people facing housing crises.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/homelessness-services/data Australia
Hospital Locations

Locations of public and private hospitals

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/hospital-locations-spatial Victoria
Hospitals

Australia's hospital services are provided by public and private hospitals. Largely, public hospitals are owned and managed by state and territory governments, and private hospitals are owned and managed by private for-profit and not-for-profit organisations.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/hospitals/data Australia
Housing assistance

Assistance provided by governments and community organisations is available to eligible Australians who may have difficulties securing stable and affordable housing—this support is collectively referred to as housing assistance.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/housing-assistance/data Australia
Immigration 1922 to 1940

This index was compiled from the Registers of passenger lists of immigrant ships as created by the Immigration Department from 1922 to 1940. Read more about these immigration registers.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/immigration-1922-to-1940 Queensland
Immigration Agent Toowoomba 1880 to 1888

This index was created from the register of immigrants by ship and destination, by the Immigration Agent Toowoomba, 1880 to 1888. The
register contains names of immigrants, date of admittance at Toowoomba, name of ship upon which they made the passage to Australia, destination from Toowoomba and date of leaving. Note many of the immigrants listed in this register originate from Ireland.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/immigration-agenct-toowoomba-1880-to-1888 Queensland
Incorporated associations

Access Canberra is responsible for the incorporation of associations in the ACT and maintaining the associations public record under the Associations Incorporation Act 1991 (the Act) and the Associations Incorporation Regulation 1991 (the Regulation).

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Business-and-Industry/Incorporated-associations/6af2-xjd9 Australian Capital Territory
Indigenous health & welfare services

Access to quality health and welfare services is an important contributor to good health and wellbeing. It is particularly important for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, given their comparatively poorer health outcomes. The Australian Government funds a wide range of Indigenous-specific health and welfare services to ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have access to appropriate care.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/indigenous-health-welfare-services/data Australia
Interactive Science Trail - East Point http://darwin.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Shortlist/index.html?appid=1cc2d0fe239d4233abb0ebf3bd9f6ae3 Northern Territory
Job Placements

The jobactive Job Placements table provides data on jobactive job placements. The table includes provider information, vacancy details, job seeker characteristics at the time of the job placement and job placement to outcome conversion denominators and numerators. The lowest data grain in the dataset is JOBPLACEMENTID, a unique code generated each time a job seeker is referred to a vacancy. The dataset was extracted on 5 August 2018, however is based on job placements confirmed between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017. Please note that the time period of the dataset has been restricted to mitigate any potential sensitivity risks and this may limit certain analyses.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/jobplacements Australia
Lakes and Rivers Compliance

Faecal Enterococci results and compliance

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/Lakes-and-Rivers-Compliance/hp3u-ekx2 Australian Capital Territory
Land and Soil Capability Mapping for NSW

This Land and Soil Capability (LSC) dataset uses the best available soils natural resource mapping across New South Wales. It provides a broad-scale, regional view as to the dominant LSC class present for over 3000 individual mapping units through the assessment of eight key soil and landscape limitations (water erosion, wind erosion, salinity, topsoil acidification, shallow soils/rockiness, soil structure decline, waterlogging and mass movement).

The assessment of LSC is based on the mapping method and rule set developed by OEH (2012). It builds on the rural land capability classification and mapping undertaken for the central and eastern divisions of the state by the former Soil Conservation Service of NSW (Emery 1986) but with more emphasis on a broader range of soil and landscape properties.

The mapping is based on an eight class system with values ranging between 1 and 8 which represent a decreasing capability of the land to sustain landuse. Class 1 represents land capable of sustaining most landuses including those that have a high impact on the soil (e.g., regular cultivation), whilst class 8 represents land that can only sustain very low impact landuses (e.g., nature conservation).

Information about the LSC ruleset called the Land and Soil Capability Assessment Scheme: Second Approximation can be downloaded from the OEH website.

Reference: Office of Environment and Heritage, 2017, Land and Soil Capability Mapping for NSW, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney.

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/land-and-soil-capability-mapping-for-nsw4bc12 New South Wales
Land cover change in Queensland 2015–16: Statewide Landcover and Trees Study

The Statewide Landcover and Trees Study (SLATS) has been analysing and reporting on woody vegetation change (loss) since 1988 using Landsat imagery. This dataset provides regional data summaries for vegetation clearing mapped by SLATS in all mapping periods from 1988 to 2016. Find more information about SLATS.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/land-cover-change-in-queensland-2015-16 Queensland
Landcover mosaic series

The Statewide Landcover and Trees Study (SLATS) landcover mapping involves several stages of automated and semi-automated image classification techniques, together with visual interpretation. Water, bare ground and shadow (unclassified) masks are created for each scene using spectral classification and visual interpretation.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/landcover-mosaic-series Queensland
Land resource areas series

These datasets are Land Resource Area mapping available in Queensland. A Land Resource Area is a group of related soils developed on a common geology and in most cases has a similar vegetation community. Refer to individual records for more information.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/land-resource-areas-series Queensland
Landsat fire scars Queensland series

These data sets are statewide maps of fire scars (burnt areas) as captured in a yearly series by all available Landsat imagery over the period 1986 - 2012. Fire scars are automatically detected and mapped using dense time series of Landsat imagery acquired over the period 1986 - present. In these products, on average, over 80% of fire scars captured in Landsat imagery have been correctly mapped with less than 30% false fire rate.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/landsat-fire-scars-queensland-series Queensland
Launceston City Council - Planning Alerts

Launceston City Council - Planning Alerts

https://www.planningalerts.org.au/authorities/launceston Tasmania
Launceston City Council - Public Planning (MapServer)

Launceston City Council - Public Planning (MapServer)

https://mapping.launceston.tas.gov.au/arcgis/rest/services/Public/Planning/MapServer Tasmania
Launceston City Council’s 3D mesh http://s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/launceston/atlas/index.html Tasmania
LCA kerbside recycling calculator

The LCA calculator is an interactive tool that can determine the environmental benefits of recycling in terms of greenhouse gases, energy and water savings for households and businesses.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/lca-kerbside-recycling-calculator Victoria
Leading causes of total burden of disease

Leading causes of total burden of disease (proportion %, age- standardised DALY rate per 1,000 people), by state or territory 2011

DALY (disability-adjusted life years): Measure (in years) of healthy life lost, either through premature death defined as dying before the expected life span at the age of death (YLL) or, equivalently, through living with ill health due to illness or injury (YLD).

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/Leading-causes-of-total-burden-of-disease/uwwi-n5sn Australian Capital Territory
LGA Profile Instant Atlas

Population, socio-economic, service and health information provided in Instant
Atlas format at Local Government Level. The Instant Atlas tool includes maps,
tables and charts.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/lga-profile-instant-atlas Victoria
LGPRF Know Your Council site

This site allows you to:

Benchmark and compare similar councils
View detailed profiles of councils
View maps of council areas (local government areas) in Victoria
Find out about how local government works in Victoria in the Guide to Councils.

The LGPRF is a key initiative to improve the transparency and accountability of council performance to ratepayers and to provide a more meaningful set of information to the public. The framework is made up of 66 measures and a governance and management checklist of 24 items which together build a comprehensive picture of council performance

http://knowyourcouncil.vic.gov.au/councils/kingston Victoria
List of Professionals

Design and construction professionals listed below need to be licensed, registered or accredited to work in the ACT. The list below is updated on a daily basis to reflect changes to the number of professionals licensed or registered.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Business-and-Industry/List-of-Professionals/de4w-gbt3 Australian Capital Territory
List of Queensland State Archives First World War records

This index is an extract from Queensland State Archives’ Image Queensland database of digitised records relating to the outbreak of First World War (1914-1918) and the ensuing years, including post-war settlement and commemoration activities, as at February 2015. It does not include all First World War related records held by QSA. Read more about these First World War records.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/first-world-war-records Queensland
Litter auditing data from South West Queensland Litter Prevention Pilot Project

Litter auditing data gathered to catalogue and analyse the true extent of roadside littering in the nominated area.

Data collection rounds relate to:

  1. Gathering baseline data
  2. Pre-campaign
  3. Post-campaign

More information on the project and related campaign.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/litter-auditing-data-from-south-west-queensland-litter-prevention-project Queensland
Mapping erodible soils in Burdekin Dry Tropics grazing lands series

These datasets comprise a series of soil attribute maps for the Burdekin Basin, including the Burdekin River catchment and its major tributaries. The mapping was created for the Reef Water Quality program of the Department of Environment and Science.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/mapping-erodible-soils-in-burdekin-dry-tropics-grazing-lands-series Queensland
Mapping erodible soils in the Fitzroy NRM Region series

These datasets comprise a series of soil attribute maps for the Fitzroy NRM Region. The mapping was created for the Reef Water Quality program of the Department of Environment and Science.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/mapping-erodible-soils-in-the-fitzroy-nrm-region-series Queensland
Mental Health Activity Data Collection (MHADC)

MHADC data to be released includes:

a) Number of consumers per month by geographical location

b) Number of service contacts per month by geographical location

c) Number of consumers by facility and target population

d) Number of service contacts by facility and target population

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/mental-health-activity-data-collection-mhadc Queensland
Mental health services

Mental health services are health and welfare support services primarily focused on providing care to people with mental health issues. Services are delivered by a range of providers, such as state and territory governments, the Australian Government and the private sector.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/mental-health-services/data Australia
Migrant Ship and Aircraft files 1947-1976

These files record the particulars of travel of nominated / sponsored immigrants who came to Queensland between 1947 and 1976. Each file may include: a nominal roll of assisted passage migrants (passenger list), luggage lists, notes of passenger travel arrangements after arrival, correspondence on payment of rail fares, and welfare officers report on meeting ship. The passenger lists include: name of passenger (nominated immigrants), age, religion, occupation, country / place of origin, name of ship or flight number of aircraft, date of arrival, and name and address of nominator. For the majority of the aircraft files only the passenger list for the flight is included on the file. The files are arranged in chronological order by the date of arrival of the ship or aircraft. While each ship has a separate file for each voyage, the aircraft files include passenger lists for several months or a period of one year.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/migrant-ship-and-aircraft-files-1947-1976 Queensland
My Victoria Mapping API https://www.data.vic.gov.au/iar/dataset/my-victoria-mapping-api-govhack-2018 Victoria
NAB API site

A collaboration and creation space, the NAB API is organized around REST.

NAB's API has predictable, resource-oriented URLs, and uses HTTP response in combination with API Status codes to indicate API errors. The site uses built-in HTTP features, like HTTP verbs, which are understood by off-the-shelf HTTP clients. JSON is returned in all API responses including errors.

Users have to register.

https://developer.nab.com.au/docs#welcome-to-nab-api Northern Territory
National Health Services Directory

Developed and delivered by Healthdirect Australia on behalf of all Australian governments, the National Health Services Directory (NHSD) is the leading source of health and related services information in Australia.

Australia’s health system offers a range of services for different health needs. To facilitate connection to and between these services, it is vital that consistent and accurate information about them is easily accessible to both consumers and service providers.

https://about.healthdirect.gov.au/nhsd Australia
National Health Survey: First Results (NHS)

National Health Survey: First Results, Summary health characteristics - ACT and Australia 2014-2015

Please note the following:

" " not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated

Proportion has a margin of error >10 percentage points which should be considered when using this information.

Cells in this table containing data have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. Discrepancies may occur between sums of the component items and totals.

Please note:
- Body Mass Index is derived from measured height and weight. In 2014-15, 26.8% of respondents aged 18 years and over did not have their height, weight or both measured. For these respondents, imputation was used to obtain height, weight and BMI scores.
- In 2014-15, 28.8% of respondents aged 18 years and over did not have their waist measured. For these respondents, imputation was used to obtain waist. For more information see Appendix 2: Physical measurements in the National Health Survey.
- A waist circumference of 94 cm or more for men or 80 cm or more for women.

- A waist circumference of 102 cm or more for men or 88 cm or more for women.

The data is presented by the ACT Government for the purpose of disseminating information for the benefit of the public. The ACT Government has taken great care to ensure the information in this report is as correct and accurate as possible. Whilst the information is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of the information. Differences in statistical methods and calculations, data updates and guidelines may result in the information contained in this report varying from previously published information.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Health/National-Health-Survey-First-Results-NHS-/t978-qm62 Australian Capital Territory
Naturalisations 1851 to 1904

This index was created from various records detailing the names of those who took oaths of allegiance to be naturalised as created by the Supreme Court across Queensland as well as the Colonial Secretary's Office and the Government Residents Office. Read more about these naturalisation records.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/naturalisations-1851-to-1904 Queensland
NDRP Storm Tide Hazard Interpolation series

Water level rasters (m AHD), depth rasters (m) and flood extent polygons for the Queensland coast have been estimated based on point data from the NDRP Storm Tide Hazard Interpolation Study (GHD, 2014).These layers have been developed through GHD's proprietary GIS toolset that acts to extrapolate point data to a provided DEM.See: https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/ndrp-storm-tide-hazard-interpolation-study-report"

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/ndrp-storm-tide-hazard-interpolation-series Queensland
Non-compliance in personal insolvencies

The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) is responsible for regulating the personal insolvency and personal property securities regimes. Data can help direct AFSA to focus its resources and attention to circumstances there is a significant risk of non-compliance. We have published a one-off dataset for GovHack 2018 to help us predict the key indicators of the risk of non-compliance in personal insolvencies - such as by location, and/or an attribute/s of personal circumstance. This will supplement our existing regulatory approach.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/non-compliance-personal-insolvencies Australia
Non-compliance in personal insolvencies

The Australian Financial Security Authority (AFSA) is responsible for regulating the personal insolvency and personal property securities regimes. Data can help direct AFSA to focus its resources and attention to circumstances there is a significant risk of non-compliance. We have published a one-off dataset for GovHack 2018 to help us predict the key indicators of the risk of non-compliance in personal insolvencies - such as by location, and/or an attribute/s of personal circumstance. This will supplement our existing regulatory approach.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/non-compliance-personal-insolvencies Australia
Northern Territory Business and Economic Data website

The Northern Territory Government, Department of Business, Trade and Innovation website publishes business and economic confidence, consumption and expenditure, economic snapshots, labour markets, key business statistics and state of the economy.

https://business.nt.gov.au/business/business-and-economic-data Northern Territory
Northern Territory Health and Wellbeing information website

The Health and Wellbeing website lists health services across the Northern Territory, based on a diverse group of health themes, including disability services, cancer treatments, healthy living, birth, child health, conditions and treatments, hospitals and health services, remote health, mental health, financial subsidies and emergencies, injuries and accidents.

https://nt.gov.au/wellbeing Northern Territory
NSW BioNet - Intergrated Odata services - Incl Vegetation Classification, Species, Threatened Biodiversity

Threatened Biodiversity data collection includes detailed profile of each threatened species, population and ecological (aka vegetation) community. Includes biological features, threats and management actions. Primary Key is Profile_ID

Vegetation Classification Data Collection: includes the vegetation communities of NSW plant composition, structure types and much more. Primary Key is PCT_ID.

Species Sighting data collection: Includes names, location of 13million species observed in NSW. Includes threatened species.

Try linking the Threatened Biodiversity service to the Vegetation Classification service to explore what threatened species, and ecological communities are assumed to occur in each plant community type. or Try Linking threatened species location to the Threatened Biodiversity service.

Try Mashing BioNet vegetation map data sets, or the vegetation clearing maps (NSW SLATE LANDSATE Woody Change 1988-2010)

Data Standards: https://data.bionet.nsw.gov.au/

SEED Metadata references:
Vegetation Classification Data - https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/nsw-bionet-vegetation-classification-data-collectiond2a04

Threatened Biodiversity Data - https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/nsw-bionet-threatened-entity-profile-data-collection8f027

https://data.bionet.nsw.gov.au/biosvcapp/odata New South Wales
NT Data Box https://trello.com/b/yhUqCLCW/govhack-nt-data-box Northern Territory
Occupational licences

The list below is updated on a daily basis to reflect changes to the number of occupational licences.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Business-and-Industry/Occupational-licences/hgnn-q74q Australian Capital Territory
Online Farm Trials GovHack 2018 Data

Online Farm Trials (OFT) is a web based system that provides open and free access to on-farm, or field based, cropping research trial data and information. Interactive maps, searching and viewing tools are provided to enable quick and easy access to relevant information on a range of cropping topics, issues and methods.

A Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation collaboration, OFT hosts past and present research trials undertaken and contributed by a range of grower and farming systems groups, government researchers, universities and private industry throughout Australia. OFT offers a central online source of knowledge and information to support decision making, practice change and improvement of farm profitability.

OFT has a collaborative approach through its engagement with grower groups, research organisations, agricultural experts and grain industry organisations. This ensures the outcomes are highly relevant, practical and beneficial for growers. OFT provides support and tools for researchers and organisations to digitise, upload, manage and publish their past and current trial information, data, documents and other digital content.

https://govhack.farmtrials.com.au/ Australia
Oral Health Services Tasmania - Clinic Locations

This datasets provides the locations of Oral Health Services Tasmania (OHST) clinics as at 9 Aug 2018.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/ohst-clinic-locations Tasmania
Oral Health Service Tasmania - Clinic Attendance

This dataset contains counts of clients per LGA who were treated by OHST in 2017.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/ohst-clinic-attendance Victoria
Oral Health Service Tasmania - Clinic Attendance

This dataset contains counts of clients per LGA who were treated by OHST in 2017.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/ohst-clinic-attendance Tasmania
Oronsay immigration 1925 to 1972

This index of nominated and assisted immigrants was compiled from various records created by the Immigration Department and the State Migration Office relating to voyages of the Oronsay between 1925 and 1972. Read more about these various Oronsay records.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/oronsay-immigration-1925-to-1972 Queensland
Palliative care services

Palliative care services aim to improve the quality of life of patients with an active, progressive disease who have little or no prospect of cure. With the growth and ageing of Australia's population, and an increase of chronic and generally incurable illnesses, the types of patient groups requiring palliative care has widened.

Palliative care is delivered in almost all settings where health care is provided, including neonatal units, paediatric services, acute hospitals, general practices, community settings (such as people's own homes) and residential aged care services. Specialist services operate from a variety of settings, including inpatient, hospice and community based services.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/palliative-care-services/data Australia
Parks http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/parks Northern Territory
Parks http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/parks Northern Territory
PARTICIPATION IN SPORT AND PHYSICAL RECREATION

Of the Australian population aged 15 years and over, an estimated 60% (11.1 million people) reported that they had participated in sport and physical recreation at least once during the 12 months prior to the interview in 2013–14, compared with 65% in 2011-12.

Participation generally decreased with age. People aged 15–17 years reported the highest participation rate in sport and physical recreation (74%), while people aged 65 years and over had the lowest (47%). Male and female participation rates were similar, except in the 25-34 age group where participation rates were higher for males (67%) than females (61%).

The highest participation rate for sport and physical recreation was in the Australian Capital Territory (73%), while the other states ranged from 54% in Queensland to 67% in Tasmania.

Walking for exercise was the most popular physical recreational activity, with 19% of people aged 15 years and over walking for exercise at least once in the 12 months prior to interview. Females were more likely to walk for exercise than males (25% and 14% respectively). Fitness and gym were the next most popular activity (17%) again with more females than males participating (19% and 16% respectively). Males were more likely than females to play golf (6.6% and 1.4% respectively) or participate in cycling and BMXing (8.5% and 4.0% respectively).

http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4177.0 Australia
Passage certificates 1887 to 1906

This index was compiled from the Register of passage certificates kept by the Sub-Immigration Agent, Warwick, recording applications by sponsors of immigrants for the period 1887 to 1906. Read more about these passage certificates.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/passage-certificates-1887-to-1906 Queensland
Passport registers 1926 to 1939

These indexes were compiled from the passport clearance registers and the passport receipts, as created by the Immigration Department, Brisbane, recording the names of some immigrants who left Queensland between 1926 and 1939.

NOTE: Although the series is titled 1926 to 1939 the actual data in the index covers the period 1923 to 1940.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/passport-registers-1926-to-1939 Queensland
Paystay Zones Darwin http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/paystayzones-darwin Northern Territory
Pedestrian Crashes

Pedestrian Crashes, since 2012, which have been reported by the Police or the Public through the AFP Crash Report Form.

Please note: Although crash data is updated on regular bases it will always have a backlog of entries hence it is not a true reflection of the up to date crash locations.
Crash locations are only indicative and may not reflect an accurate position of persons involved in an incident.
Casualty crashes are occasionally omitted from some maps or crash reports if they are still under investigation.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Justice-Safety-and-Emergency/Pedestrian-Crashes/emq2-8bc4 Australian Capital Territory
Plants and animals https://www.qld.gov.au/environment/plants-animals Queensland
Playgrounds http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/playgrounds Northern Territory
Post school destinations of Year 12 or equivalent completers, Victorian schools, 2017

The On Track Survey has been conducted annually since 2003. School leavers who attended school in the previous year and who agreed to participate in the survey are contacted in April-May to determine their post school destination.
The On Track survey seeks to:
Offer a consistent and comprehensive approach to monitoring the transistions of school leavers;
Report the information to schools, local government areas and other education providers and organisations concerned with assisting young people, policy makers, parents and students;
Provide detailed analyses of the transistions experienced by different groups of leavers;
Enable education providers to use the findings to monitor and improve their programs; and
Provide a referral service for school leavers who appear to be experiencing difficulties in the transistion process.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/post-school-destinations-of-year-12-or-equivalent-completers-victorian-schools-2017 Victoria
Precinct Structure Plan Boundaries

The declared growth areas of Melbourne have been divided into 119 precincts, each of which will have a Precinct Structure Plan (PSP) completed to help guide the development of new residential and commercial areas. The PSP Boundaries Layer contains the boundaries of each of these precincts. The PSP Boundary layer includes a Status attribute to indicate if it is Completed or Not Yet Completed. The PSP Boundary layer is updated on an ad-hoc basis when there is a significant change to a boundary or upon completion of a PSP. The full data description and metadata can be found here - http://vpa.vic.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/VPA-Greenfields-PSP-Spatial-Data-Metadata.pdf

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/precinct-structure-plan-boundaries Victoria
Preventive health telephone survey series

Preventive health survey results for adult health indicators (e.g. smoking, obesity) for Queensland, Hospital and Health Services (HHSs), Primary Health Networks (PHNs), and local government areas (LGAs) and for child preventive health indicators for Queensland, HHSs, and PHNs.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/self-reported-health-status-srhs-survey-series Queensland
Primary health care

Primary health care is the entry level to the health system and, as such, is usually a person’s first encounter with the health system. It includes a broad range of activities and services, from health promotion and prevention, to treatment and management of acute and chronic conditions.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/primary-health-care/data-sources Australia
PSMA Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF)

The Geocoded National Address File (referred to as G-NAF) is Australia’s authoritative, geocoded address file.

G-NAF is one of the most ubiquitous and powerful spatial datasets. It contains more than 13 million Australian physical address records. The records include geocodes. These are latitude and longitude map coordinates. G-NAF does not contain any names or personal information.

G-NAF is produced by PSMA Australia Limited (PSMA), an unlisted public company formed by the nine governments of Australia to collate and standardise, format and aggregate location data from each of the jurisdictions into authoritative location based national datasets.

This initiative to make the G-NAF openly available has been achieved through collaboration between PSMA and the Commonwealth and State and Territory Governments.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/geocoded-national-address-file-g-naf Australia
Public Barbeques in the ACT

A dataset of public barbeques in the ACT.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Infrastructure-and-Utilities/Public-Barbeques-in-the-ACT/n3b4-mm52 Australian Capital Territory
Public Furniture in the ACT

A dataset of public furniture (park benches, tables etc) in the ACT.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Infrastructure-and-Utilities/Public-Furniture-in-the-ACT/ch39-bukk Australian Capital Territory
Public Toilets in the ACT

A dataset of public toilets in the ACT.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Infrastructure-and-Utilities/Public-Toilets-in-the-ACT/3tyf-txjn Australian Capital Territory
Qld Community Preparedness Survey – May 2013

Output table results of the November 2013, Queensland Community Preparedness Survey (QCPS), refer to http://www.disaster.qld.gov.au/Disaster-Resources/Qld-preparedness-survey.html for further details.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/qld-community-preparedness-survey-may-2013 Queensland
Qld Community Preparedness Survey – November 2013

Output table results of the November 2013, Queensland Community Preparedness Survey (QCPS), refer to http://www.disaster.qld.gov.au/Disaster-Resources/Qld-preparedness-survey.html for further details.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/qld-community-preparedness-survey-november-2013 Queensland
qld.gov.au Google Analytics data (2017/18 FY)

Google Analytics data for the Queensland Government website (qld.gov.au) (Date range: 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/qld-gov-au-google-analytics-data-2017-18-fy Queensland
Qld wildlife data API

This API accesses QLD Government's WildNet data that has been approved for public release. There are a number of functions that retrieve species names, profiles, notes, statuses, images, species survey locations and project information.

Please see http://environment.ehp.qld.gov.au/species for more information on using the API functions.

Data can be retrived in 3 different formats by adding the format variable to the end of the url (e.g. &f=xml). The default format is json if the f (format) variable is omitted.

E.g.

- JSON: http://environment.ehp.qld.gov.au/species/?op=getkingdomnames&f=json

- XML: http://environment.ehp.qld.gov.au/species/?op=getkingdomnames&f=xml

- CSV: http://environment.ehp.qld.gov.au/species/?op=getkingdomnames&f=csv

When spatial locations are returned, GeoJSON or KML will be used when requesting the json and xml formats.

Species profile search can be used to locate species information (by name or a taxonomy search). It uses the Get species by ID function to display species profiles with images and maps and uses the Get surveys by species function for downloading data.

WetlandMaps provides a map interface to display the data derived from Get sites, Get surveys and Species search functions with other spatial layers (such as protected areas and wetland mapping).
The resources listed below are the service endpoints for each of the operations (or functions) available.

Available variables

f: Format - Setting the 'f' variable will determine the format of the response. There are 4 possible options; json, xml, kml and csv. Json is the default if 'f' is not set. If the output is spatial, GeoJson will be return for 'f=json' and KML will be returned for 'f=xml' or 'f=kml'.

projids: Project Ids - Comma separated list of project ids.

projtitle: Project Title - A title (full or partial) that is used as a search string to search for a project or projects.

proj: Include Project Details - This indicates if the project details are to be included in the output. The default is true.

org: Organisation ID - An ID that is associated with an organisation.

bbox: Bounding Box - A bounding box that defines a geographical area. Specified as top left, bottom right, e.g. latitude,longitude,latitude,longitude.

circle: Circle - A circle (buffered point) that defines a geographical area. Specifed as a centroid and a radius (metres), e.g. latitude,longitude,distance.

pagecount: Page Count - The number of records to return on a page.

pageindex: Page Index - The page index to return.

p: Location Precision - The distance in metres that indicates the accuracy of the records location.

min: Minimum Start Date - The earliest date for a record to be returned.

max: Maximum Start Date - The latest date for a record to be returned.

kingdom: Kingdom - A kingdom's common name.

class: Class - A class scientific name.

classes: Classes - A comma separated list of class scientific names.

family: Family - A scientific family name.

species: Species Name - A scientific species name.

taxonid: Taxon ID - A unique id that identifies a particular species.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/qld-wildlife-data-api Queensland
Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges Sites

Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC) location of sites
Listed by financial year.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-agricultural-training-colleges-sites Queensland
Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation Crop Outlook

Summer and winter cropping forecasts for Queensland’s wheat and sorghum cropping industries are produced by QAAFI’s experts in the complex integration of spatial production modelling and climate forecasting. These crop outlooks are available for free to view and download by growers.

https://qaafi.uq.edu.au/industry/crop-outlook Queensland
Queensland Confidential Species

The list of confidential species from the Queensland Government’s WildNet database. The list is developed by agreement between the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation and the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection to manage the release of wildlife information such as wildlife locations from the WildNet database.

The [Queensland Confidential Species report can be accessed to visualise the data.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-confidential-species Queensland
Queensland Outcomes Collection (QOC)

A statewide collection of detailed information on mental health consumer outcomes and case complexity across a wide range of health and social domains.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-outcomes-collection-qoc Queensland
Queensland public hospitals

A list of Queensland public hospitals, location and contact details.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-public-hospitals Queensland
Queensland Regional Household Survey – May 2012

Results of the Queensland Regional Household Survey which measures the disaster preparedness of Queensland households.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-regional-household-survey-may-2012 Queensland
Queensland Resilience Index

The Queensland Resilience Index measures the recognition, recall and actions taken by people in relation to the Get Ready Queensland campaign and gives a measure of public disaster preparedness.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-resilience-index Queensland
Queensland soil survey sites

This dataset contains the locations and some characteristics of Queensland Government soil survey sites. The sites have been described by government surveyors during mapping and research activities from the 1950's to the present. A link to a detailed PDF report for each site is also provided.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-soil-survey-sites Queensland
Queensland soil survey sites - SALI_SITE

This dataset contains the locations and some characteristics of Queensland Government soil survey sites. The sites have been described by government surveyors during mapping and research activities from the 1950's to the present. A link to a detailed PDF report for each site is also provided.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-soil-survey-sites-sali_site Queensland
Queensland Spatial Catalogue - QSpatial

This service is a Queensland Government initiative to provide improved public access to a variety of spatial and associated data. You can discover, display, select and download or order data over an area of interest in selected formats, including map coverage data, image data and text file data.

http://qldspatial.information.qld.gov.au/catalogue/ Queensland
Queensland Sport, Exercise and Recreation Survey Adults 2015

The QSERSA collects information about physical activity preferences, frequency and locations of Queensland adults, barriers and enablers to participation, as well as social and economic data.

https://data.qld.gov.au/en/dataset/queensland-sport-exercise-and-recreation-survey-adults-2015 Queensland
Queensland Sport, Exercise and Recreation Survey Adults 2016

The QSERSA collects information about physical activity preferences, frequency and locations of Queensland adults, barriers and enablers to participation, as well as social and economic data.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-sport-exercise-and-recreation-survey-adults-2016 Queensland
Queensland wetland data version 4 series

This dataset provides mapping of water bodies and wetland regional ecosystems at 1:100,000 scale across Queensland.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/queensland-wetland-data-version-4-series Queensland
Rabbit barrier fence

This dataset describes the location of the rabbit barrier fences.Note:- This dataset should be viewed in conjunction with the Wilddog Barrier Fence.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/rabbit-barrier-fence Queensland
Rainfall and temperature forecast and observations - verification 2016-05 to 2017-04

Historical rainfall and temperature forecast and observations hourly data (2016-05 to 2017-04), used to compare and verify forecasting. Observations data is from a sample of 518 automatic weather stations (AWS) over land, and is at the surface level. Data has been aggregated from one-minute readings into hourly values, for forecast comparison purposes. This observations data is partly QC'd.

Forecasted weather elements include temperature, maximum and minimum temperature, rainfall probabilities and rainfall amounts. Different forecast products have different time resolutions, e.g. temperature forecasts are made for each hour, while maximum and minimum temperature forecasts are made for each day.

This dataset is approximately 650 Mb in size.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/rainfall-and-temperature-forecast-and-observations-hourly-verification-2016-05-to-2017-04 Australia
Rainfall, temperature and wind forecast and observations - verification 2017-05 to 2018-04

Historical rainfall, temperature and wind forecast and observations hourly data (2017-05 to 2018-04), used to compare and verify forecasting. Observations data is from a sample of 518 automatic weather stations (AWS) over land, and is at the surface level. Data has been aggregated from one-minute readings into hourly values, for forecast comparison purposes. This observations data is partly QC'd.

Forecasted weather elements include temperature, maximum and minimum temperature, rainfall probabilities, rainfall amounts, wind speed and wind direction. Different forecast products have different time resolutions, e.g. temperature forecasts are made for each hour, while maximum and minimum temperature forecasts are made for each day.

This dataset is approximately 4 Gb in size.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/rainfall-and-temperature-forecast-and-observations-verification-2017-05-to-2018-04 Australia
Recent Air Quality

The EPA’s recent air quality data is a RSS feed that includes hourly average pollutant concentrations for ozone (ppm), carbon monoxide (ppm), nitrogen dioxide (ppm), sulfur dioxide (ppm), particles (PM10) (μg/m3), fine particles (PM2.5) (μg/m3) and station index (station air quality index or AQI) for 13 EPA monitoring sites.

The station index is a descriptive scale that indicates the quality of air based on a comparison between pollutant concentrations and the relevant national standards. The station index determines the station air quality which is described as either ‘very good’, ‘good’, ‘fair’, ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’. If the air quality is classified as poor, then one or more pollutants in the air have exceeded the national standard.

Additional information available on the EPA website;
http://www.epa.sa.gov.au/data_and_publications/air_quality_monitoring

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/recent-air-quality South Australia
Regional Development Victoria Information Portal

The Information Portal provides interactive and easy access to data, reports and links that can be used to inform regional development.

The Portal contains data for over 200 variables and 135 geographies. It covers various themes including the economy, population and age, geography, socio-demographic, human capital, labour markets, housing, physical capital, land use, and forecasts. This database is growing and will change often as every effort is made to ensure that the data is current.

http://www.rdv.vic.gov.au/information-portal Victoria
Regional ecosystem description database

Regional ecosystem description database (REDD) to accompany the Queensland Herbarium regional ecosystem mapping.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/regional-ecosystem-description-database Queensland
Regional employment projections, 2010–11 to 2040–41

These data tables provide a spatial and temporal overview of Queensland’s projected employment at state and sub-state levels, including an analysis of future employment by place of work, place of residence and industry.

Summary findings have been released for Queensland regional planning areas, South East Queensland local government areas (LGAs) and ANZSIC Division level industries.

http://www.qgso.qld.gov.au/products/tables/reg-employment-proj/index.php Queensland
Register Of Disciplinary Actions

In accordance with the part 9 of the Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004, specific information is made public when disciplinary action has been taken against an occupation under the Act. Please be advised there are some occupations outside this Act and would not be listed.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Business-and-Industry/Register-Of-Disciplinary-Actions/avib-prrz Australian Capital Territory
Register of Geographic Place Names: VICNAMES

VICNAMES holds over 45,000 place names and over 200,000 road names such as mountains, rivers, transport infrastructure, parks, reserves, forests, bounded localities, roads, streets and lanes.

The Register has the capacity to hold 342 separate feature types and 153 individual road types. Records within VICNAMES may have historical information attached, there are over 12,000 geographic features and road names that have historical information associated to them. VICNAMES as Victoria's register of geographic place names forms part of the national gazetteer which is hosted by GeoScience Australia and updated yearly. Data from VICNAMES or the National Gazetter maybe downloaded at any time.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/register-of-geographic-place-names-vicnames Victoria
Register of immigrants 1864 to 1878

This index has been compiled from the Register of immigrants recording applicant details for immigration passage certificates as registered by the Assistant Immigration Agent, Toowoomba between 1864 and 1878. Read more about this register.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/register-of-immigrants-1864-to-1878 Queensland
Register of immigrants, Brisbane 1885 to 1917

This index was compiled from the Registers of immigrants per ship that landed at the Immigration Depot, Brisbane as created by the Immigration Department for the period 1885 to 1917. Read more about these registers.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/register-of-immigrants-brisbane-1885-to-1917 Queensland
Register of immigrants, Brisbane 1885 to 1917

This index was compiled from the Registers of immigrants per ship that landed at the Immigration Depot, Brisbane as created by the Immigration Department for the period 1885 to 1917. Read more about these registers.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/register-of-immigrants-brisbane-1885-to-1917 Queensland
Registers of immigrants 1882 to 1938

This index was compiled from a selection of registers recording immigrant arrivals at various Queensland ports, as created by the Immigration Department for the period 1882 to 1938. Read more about these registers of immigrants.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/registers-of-immigrants-1882-to-1938 Queensland
Rental Report 2007-08 - Quarterly

Summary quarterly data about the private rental market in Victoria.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-2007-08-quarterly Victoria
Rental Report 2008-09 - Quarterly

Summary quarterly data about the private rental market in Victoria. (2008-09)

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-2008-09-quarterly Victoria
Rental Report 2009-10 - Quarterly

Summary quarterly data about the private rental market in Victoria.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-2009-10-quarterly Victoria
Rental Report 2010-11 - Quarterly

Summary quarterly data about the private rental market in Victoria.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-2010-11-quarterly Victoria
Rental Report 2011-12 - Quarterly

Summary quarterly data about the private rental market in Victoria.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-2011-12-quarterly Victoria
Rental Report 2012-13 - Quarterly: Data Tables

This section of the Rental Report provides a summary of the data used in the
Report

The Rental Report provides key statistics on the private rental market in
Victoria. The major source for the statistics presented in the Rental Report
is the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority which collects data on all rental
bonds lodged under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

The Victorian Government through the Department of Human Services is committed
to improving the speedy delivery and accuracy of private rental data for use
by the community, our community sector agencies and our private sector
partners. From the June quarter 2013 the provision of this information will be
provided more promptly after the end of the quarter through data sets in excel
format. The production of the detailed full report, which delayed prompt
distribution of the core data sets will discontinue after the March 2013
quarter.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-2012-13-quarterly-data-tables Victoria
Rental Report - Quarterly: Affordable Lettings by LGA

This section of the Rental Report provides a summary of the affordability of
rental housing for lower income households in Victoria. The method used in
this section measures the supply of affordable new lettings based on the
Residential Tenancies Bond Authority data used in this Report. The
affordability benchmark used is that no more than 30 per cent of gross income
is spent on rent. Lower income households are defined as those receiving
Centrelink incomes.

The Rental Report provides key statistics on the private rental market in
Victoria. The major source for the statistics presented in the Rental Report
is the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority which collects data on all rental
bonds lodged under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-quarterly-affordable-lettings-by-lga Victoria
Rental Report - Quarterly: Data Tables

This section of the Rental Report provides a summary of the data used in the
Report

The Rental Report provides key statistics on the private rental market in
Victoria. The major source for the statistics presented in the Rental Report
is the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority which collects data on all rental
bonds lodged under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

The Victorian Government through the Department of Human Services is committed
to improving the speedy delivery and accuracy of private rental data for use
by the community, our community sector agencies and our private sector
partners.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-quarterly-data-tables Victoria
Rental Report - Quarterly: Moving Annual Rents by Suburb

This section of the Rental Report provides a summary of the affordability of
rental housing for lower income households in Victoria. The method used in
this section measures the supply of affordable new lettings based on the
Residential Tenancies Bond Authority data used in this Report. The
affordability benchmark used is that no more than 30 per cent of gross income
is spent on rent. Lower income households are defined as those receiving
Centrelink incomes.

The Rental Report provides key statistics on the private rental market in
Victoria. The major source for the statistics presented in the Rental Report
is the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority which collects data on all rental
bonds lodged under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-quarterly-moving-annual-rents-by-suburb Victoria
Rental Report - Quarterly: Quarterly Median Rents by LGA

This section of the Rental Report provides moving quarterly median rents for
suburbs and towns across Victoria by major property type.  Note that the
medians are moving quarterly medians, not annual medians, and that the
quarterly percentage change is calculated from these moving quarterly medians.

The Rental Report provides key statistics on the private rental market in
Victoria. The major source for the statistics presented in the Rental Report
is the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority which collects data on all rental
bonds lodged under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/rental-report-quarterly-quarterly-median-rents-by-lga Victoria
Roads http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/roads Northern Territory
Romance Scam Data

Romance scam reports from Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)
From 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018
With the below data fields
- amounts lost ($)
- gender
- date
- channel/medium

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bbPpe9PhVy5vsqbXUqpzTjs03sH2R_Lg/view?usp=sharing Victoria
SALI land suitability API

This API is provided by the Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Government. It provides information about land suitability evaluations derived from soil survey activities in Queensland.

The principles guiding land suitability evaluation in Queensland are documented in the Queensland Agricultural Land Evaluation Guidelines, 2nd Edition (DSITI and DNRM, 2015).

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/sali-land-suitability-api Queensland
SALI - SERVEd - Land Suitability

The Soil and Land Information (SALI) Platform is Queensland Government’s corporate repository for the input, management and security of soils data and information. It ensures that important foundational datasets are stored securely in accessible formats to support decision-making, planning and modelling by the government and others now and into the future. SALI is used to distribute soil data to client agencies, industry and the community. A secure collection of Queensland soils information ensures the State meets national obligations and policies for reporting and management of natural assets.

SALI contains a number of different modules and components that allow the management of foundational soil information and provision of this data in accessible formats to end users.

https://land-suit.information.qld.gov.au/ Queensland
SALI - SERVEd - Soil Chemistry

The Soil and Land Information (SALI) Platform is Queensland Government’s corporate repository for the input, management and security of soils data and information. It ensures that important foundational datasets are stored securely in accessible formats to support decision-making, planning and modelling by the government and others now and into the future. SALI is used to distribute soil data to client agencies, industry and the community. A secure collection of Queensland soils information ensures the State meets national obligations and policies for reporting and management of natural assets.

SALI contains a number of different modules and components that allow the management of foundational soil information and provision of this data in accessible formats to end users.

https://soil-chem.information.qld.gov.au/ Queensland
SALI soil chemistry API

This API is provided by the Department of Environment and Science, Queensland Government. It provides information about soil samples taken in Queensland during survey for mapping and research. The results of laboratory tests carried out on the samples are also available. The API uses the OData query format.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/sali-soil-chemistry-api Queensland
School Locations

Information collected as part of the ongoing registration of schools. School details include name, school sector, school type, address, phone.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/school-locations-2018 Victoria
Science APIs

Queensland Science APIs

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset?tags=api&organization=environment-and-science Queensland
Shared Paths http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/sharedpaths Northern Territory
SILO: Scientific information for land owners

SILO (Scientific Information for Land Owners) is a database of Australian climate data from 1889 (current to yesterday). It provides daily datasets for a range of climate variables in ready-to-use formats suitable for research and climate applications. SILO products provide national coverage with interpolated infills for missing data, which allows you to focus on your research or model development without the burden of data preparation.

SILO is hosted by the Science Division of the Queensland Government's Department of Environment and Science (DES). The datasets are constructed from observational data obtained from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. SILO products are provided free of charge to the public for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

https://silo.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/ Queensland
Skate Parks

There are seven major skate parks in Canberra suitable for all levels of use, with a further 12 parks offering skate features. Canberra's skate parks are available for use by all skateboarders, cyclists, scooters, rollerbladers and roller skaters.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Sport-and-Recreation/Skate-Parks/3np9-m3i7 Australian Capital Territory
Social Housing Stock Data - Tasmania

Tasmanian social housing property data represents all Tasmanian social housing properties (Aboriginal and Public Housing) owned and managed by the Director of Housing at 30 June 2018.
Data is accurate at the time of publishing and there is no missing data.
These data contain no personal data and are spatially enabled.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/number-of-dwellings Tasmania
Socio-economic Index for Individuals (SEIFI) 2006 - Index of Relative Socio-economic Advantage and Disadvantage 10 groups

This spread sheet shows ABS geographic standards from 2006 across Australia and the % of the 15-64 year old population within each Socio-Economic Indexes for Individuals (SEIFI) IRSAD group. The data used to create this information was the same as used in the research paper “Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas: Getting a handle on individual diversity within areas” by Phillip Wise and Rosalynn Mathews. It is advised that this paper is read to further develop an understanding of the concepts and caveats associated with the analytical output contained in the spreadsheet.]
Roughly, the most disadvantaged 10% of the 15–64 year old population falls into group 1, whilst group 10 contains the most advantaged 10%. The smallest group in terms of 15–64 year old population proportion is group 6 with 7.78%, compared to group 7 with the largest percentage at 12% due to clustering at this point in the distribution of scores.
Group 1 – Approx. 9.6% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 2 – Approx. 10.0% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 3 – Approx. 11.5% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 4 – Approx. 8.6% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 5 – Approx. 11.4% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 6 – Approx. 7.8% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 7 – Approx. 12.0% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 8 – Approx. 9.1% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 9 – Approx. 9.5% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 10 – Approx. 10.5% of the 15-64 year old population

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/Socio-economic-Index-for-Individuals-SEIFI-2006-In/9axb-6nwg Australian Capital Territory
Socio-economic Index for Individuals (SEIFI) 2006 - Index of Relative Socio-economic Disadvantage 4 groups

This spread sheet shows ABS geographic standards from 2006 across Australia and the % of the 15-64 year old population within each Socio-Economic Indexes for Individuals (SEIFI) IRSD group. The data used to create this information was the same as used in the research paper “Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas: Getting a handle on individual diversity within areas” by Phillip Wise and Rosalynn Mathews. It is advised that this paper is read to further develop an understanding of the concepts and caveats associated with the analytical output contained in the spreadsheet.
Group 1 – Approx. most disadvantage 20% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 2 – Approx. second most disadvantaged 20% of the 15- 64 population
Group 3 – Approx. second least disadvantaged 30% of the 15-64 year old population
Group 4 – Approx. least disadvantaged 30% of the 15-64 year old population

https://www.data.act.gov.au/People-and-Society/Socio-economic-Index-for-Individuals-SEIFI-2006-In/dm5j-5kmh Australian Capital Territory
SoE2015: Main material types littered

Cigarette butts are the most common type of litter although they make up only a very small fraction of the total volume of litter.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soe2015-main-material-types-littered Queensland
SoE2015: Number of litter items for different site types

The average number of litter items is higher in Queensland than Australia across all site types particularly shopping centres, retail areas and highways.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soe2015-number-of-litter-items-for-different-site-types Queensland
SoE2015: Number of litter items in Queensland

The average number of litter items at urban sites in Queensland has been consistently higher than the average across Australia.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soe2015-number-of-litter-items-in-queensland Queensland
SoE2015: Southern Oscillation Index

A transition occurred, from a La Niña in early 2012 to a strong El Niño during the second half of 2015.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soe2015-southern-oscillation-index Queensland
Soil and land resource project boundaries Queensland

This dataset is a guide to soil and landscape mapping available throughout Queensland. The extent of each mapping project is shown along with information about the project and links to downloadable documents and datasets.Last updated 4th June 2018.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soil-and-land-resource-project-boundaries-queensland Queensland
Soil and Landscape Grid Digital Soil Attribute Maps for Queensland series

These datasets describe soil attributes suitable for inclusion in the TERN Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia (http://www.clw.csiro.au/aclep/soilandlandscapegrid). Eleven attributes are available in raster format at a resolution of 3 arc-seconds (approximately 90m). These products are generated using spatial modelling and digital soil mapping techniques. At present, these products cover the extent of the Burdekin River catchment only.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soil-and-landscape-grid-digital-soil-attribute-maps-for-queensland-series Queensland
Soil constraints mapping for Queensland sugar cane cropping areas series

This series contains outputs of project RP155C 'Sub-soil constraints mapping to inform nutrient management in cropping industries'.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soil-constraints-mapping-for-queensland-sugar-cane-cropping-areas-series Queensland
Soils of Queensland agricultural research stations series

This series contains maps of current and former agricultural research stations throughout Queensland. The mapping was completed by either Queensland Government or CSIRO soil scientists and is usually at 1:20,000 scale or better. Site data is also available for some of the mapping.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soils-of-queensland-agricultural-research-stations-series Queensland
Soils - universal soil loss equation series

This series contains input datasets used in the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE). It is derived from soil data contained in the Australian Soil Resource Information System (ASRIS), and is intended for predicting long term average annual hillslope erosion rates across Queensland.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soils-universal-soil-loss-equation-series Queensland
Soldier Settlement ledgers 1917 to 1929

This index was compiled from the Soldier Settlement ledgers for individual settlers from Coominya, Cecil Plains, Maria Creek and Mount Gravatt as created by the Lands Department during the period 1917 to 1929. Read more about these ledgers.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/soldier-settlement-1917-to-1929 Queensland
South Australian Community Services Directory

SAcommunity is a directory of South Australian community services. It includes information about government, non-government, community based and some private sector organisations that provide services for the South Australian community in the areas of health, welfare, housing, education, community participation, information, legal services, arts and recreation.

Dataset to be attributed to Connecting Up Incorporated.
http://www.connectingup.org/

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/south-australian-community-services-directory South Australia
South Australian Government Preschool Enrolments in their Eligible Year (Term 2, 2017 and 2018)

List of South Australian Government Preschools with the number of children enrolled in their eligible year, as at the most recent data collection (Term 2 2017 and 2018).

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/cde15794-81a7-412c-9d01-5193045b91b0 South Australia
South Australian Government School Enrolments by Site and Age Grouping Term 3 2017

List of South Australian Government Schools with the number of students (Persons and FTE) enrolled at the most recent census collection (Term 3 2017), by site and age grouping.

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/c343d138-3b58-4f13-8886-b0c48258448d South Australia
South Australian Schools, Preschools and Child Care sites with Longitude and Latitude, as at August 2018

List of South Australian education, preschool and child care sites with latitude and longitude, updated as at August 2018

https://data.sa.gov.au/data/dataset/0e66c8ec-813e-41ad-9d3b-228880b2224b South Australia
Sport and Recreational Facilities

Identifies location, the type of sport played and condition, age and other details about the recreational facility.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/sport-and-recreational-facilities Victoria
Sport Planning Tool

The Sport Planning Tool is an interactive mapping platform that contains data collected in conjunction with State Level Organisations (SLOs), which has been mapped and analysed using a geographic information system (GIS).

The tool allows Clubs, SLOs and Councils to undertake planning and analysis of their current and future infrastructure needs by understanding local, regional and state-wide trends. The use of this tool will help to maximise participation and access to sport facilities across Queensland.

https://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/sports/planning-maps Queensland
State Library of Queensland - catalogue records, World War 1

Extensive metadata from our World War 1 related content. A mine of information for text analysis and visualisation.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/slq-catalogue-records-world-war-1 Queensland
State Library of Queensland - Music Queensland - World War 1

Music Queensland is the State Library of Queensland’s digital music collection, and contains digitised copies of historically significant music scores about Queensland. Queensland places, people, events and pastimes are highlighted in this collection.
This subset of digitised scores relate to World War 1. The scores are out of copyright.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/state-library-of-queensland-music-queensland-world-war-1 Queensland
State Library of Queensland - Photographs 1914-1918

Photographs 1914 - 1918. Out of copyright photographs and metadata from State Library of Queensland's collection, waiting to be mashed-up, hacked, and connected with other data. Images are available in three sizes. Descriptive metadata in Dublin Core.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/slq-photographs-1914-1918 Queensland
State Library of Queensland - Portraits of WW1 soldiers from the Australasian Traveller

Soldiers of World War 1 who were members of the Commercial Travellers' Association of Queensland had their portraits published in the association’s journal the Australasian Traveller published between 1914 and 1920.

State Library of Queensland has digitised all of these portraits. Anyone can search, view, and download a high resolution digital file of any of the portraits in One Search, our catalogue. To search for an individual soldier, visit our catalogue: https://bit.ly/2LzeruV

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/state-library-of-queensland-portraits-of-ww1-soldiers-from-the-australasian-traveller Queensland
State Library of Queensland - The Queenslander newspaper photographs 1914-1918

Rich images and metadata showing of all aspects of Queensland life on the home front and the war front 1914-1918, taken from the pictorial supplement of The Queenslander newspaper. Each record includes the complete text of all captions and links to each page of photographs.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/slq-the-queenslander-newspaper-photographs-1914-1918 Queensland
State Library of Queensland - World War 1 soldier portraits

Nearly 30,000 Queensland soldiers had their portrait taken and published in The Queenslander newspaper before embarkation to World War 1. State Library of Queensland has digitised all of these portraits. Anyone can search, view, add a comment, and download a high resolution digital file of any of the portraits in One Search, our catalogue. To search for an individual soldier, visit our catalogue: http://bit.ly/1fCPFWZ.

We are also working with the National Archives of Australia to match and connect the soldier portraits with their war service record on the Discovering Anzacs website http://discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au/. Not all soldiers can be matched, but where this is possible a link to their service record is also available.

You can learn more about the soldier portraits, the digitisation project, and the invaluable contribution of our volunteers here: http://qanzac100.slq.qld.gov.au/showcase/soldier-portraits. To become a digital volunteer with SLQ, visit Pitch In! http://www.slq.qld.gov.au/about-us/pitch-in.

This dataset currently contains 28,000 records, and will be updated regularly as more portraits are available. Follow this dataset to receive alerts on updates.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/slq-world-war-1-soldier-portraits Queensland
State Planning Policy - Acid sulfate soil affected areas - Queensland

The State Planning Policy State Interest Water Quality involving Acid sulfate Soils identifies the local government areas to which the policy applies.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/state-planning-policy-acid-sulfate-soil-affected-areas-queensland Queensland
State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2016-17

The State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2016-17 highlight the importance of tourism to each state and territory’s economy.

https://www.tra.gov.au/Archive-TRA-Old-site/Research/View-all-publications/All-Publications/Economic-reports/state-tourism-satellite-accounts-2016-17 Australia
State Vegetation Type Map: Border Rivers Gwydir / Namoi Region Version 2.0. VIS_ID 4467

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is producing a new map of the State’s native vegetation. This seamless map of NSW’s native vegetation types will enable government, industry and the community to better understand the composition and the relative significance of the native vegetation in their local area.

The State Vegetation Type Map (SVTM) (http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm ) is constructed from the best available imagery, site survey records, and environmental information. Existing vegetation mapping has been integrated in some locations. Each vegetation survey is assigned to a Plant Community Type (PCT) and this is used to create a model of the distribution of each type. Their place in the landscape is then attributed based on the visual interpretation of vegetation structure. The SVTM is designed to be dynamically improved and upgraded as new local information becomes available.

Each quickview map is attributed with a code for all three tiers of the NSW vegetation type classification system: Formations, Classes, and Plant Community Types (PCTs).

The following fields are available for all maps:

PCTID: The unique identifier for the Plant Community Type. The PCT Id is captured as part of the mapping program.

PCTName: A colloquial description of the plant community that can be understood by non-botanists. It may include common names of dominant plant species, names of a geographical region, a substrate, a soil type or a climatic zone.

PCTIDMod1: The most likely Plant Community Type to occur in the polygon, identified by its PCT Id. This value is as derived from a spatial model that may provide one or more PCT alternatives. It provides an indication of PCT uncertainty, as several PCTs will usually have some probability of occurring at any particular location.

PCTIDMod2: The second most likely Plant Community Type identifier as derived from a spatial model.

PCTIDMod3: The third most likely Plant Community Type identifier as derived from a spatial model.

mapSource: The various sources of information used in deriving the vegetation map, including spatial models, visual interpretation and existing map products.

vegetationClass: Equivalence of a community to one of the Vegetation Classes as originally defined in the Keith (2004) Statewide Vegetation Map.

vegetationFormation: Equivalence of a community to one of the Vegetation Classes as original defined in the Keith (2004) Statewide Vegetation Map.

USER ACCURACY of Plant Community Type Models:

These results should be interpreted as a reflection of the model user accuracy, not map accuracy. [Map Accuracy = API Accuracy (visual interpretation of ADS40) x Model Accuracy (PCT Model Results)]. The accuracy of the API produced landscape class map has not been assessed at this stage. The model user accuracy below was derived by cross validation for CWL and RIV and by an 80/20 split for BRGN. User accuracy using cross validation is an estimate of how well the model would perform on a new, unmapped location.
PCT User Accuracy is represented as a % (percentage). The number of field survey samples is recorded in the field Number of sites per PCT.
The summary table below shows the number of PCTs modelled in each study area and the number of sites available (RIV includes pseudo-sites). PCT User Accuracy is weighted by the Number of sites per PCT. Accuracy is not reported for PCTs with less than 5 records. For a full description per PCT of user accuracy, please see attached 'UserAccuracyperPCTVISID4467.pdf' located below under 'Data and Resources'.

Table 1: SVTM Number of PCTs, number of sites per PCT and PCT User Accuracy (weighted by number of sites)


|:Area::::::| Number of PCTs | Number of Sites | PCT user accuracy weighted by number of sites |

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:NBRG*:| 268:::::::::::::::::::::::| 2534:::::::::::::::::::| 54.9::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:CWL**::| 198:::::::::::::::::::::::::| 10463:::::::::::::::| 62.2::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:RIV:::::::| 130::::::::::::::::::::::::| 10699:::::::::::::::| 57.5:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:Total::::| 596:::::::::::::::::::::::::| 23696::::::::::::::::| 58.2::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|


Results based on 80/20 Cal/Val split*

Cross validation results**

Quickview maps are simplified versions of the vegetation maps and only contain a subset of the attributes available. They are easier to navigate but still contain the top 3 most likely PCTs for each polygon.

The quickview maps are available by request from the Data.Broker@environment.nsw.gov.au. The full datasets are available as 1:100,000 map tiles, also by request from the Data.Broker@environment.nsw.gov.au.

A technical report is in press: State of New South Wales and Office of Environment and Heritage (2016) NSW State Vegetation Type Map – Central NSW, Part A: Summary, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney, Australia. Meanwhile, for more technical detail about how the maps are created, or more detailed data, contact Bionet@environment.nsw.gov.au or visit http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm.
VIS_ID 4467

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/border-rivers-gwydir-namoi-regional-native-vegetation-map-version-2-0-vis_id-420443dc7 New South Wales
State Vegetation Type Map: Central West / Lachlan Region Version 1.3. VIS_ID 4468

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is producing a new map of the State’s native vegetation. This seamless map of NSW’s native vegetation types will enable government, industry and the community to better understand the composition and the relative significance of the native vegetation in their local area.

The State Vegetation Type Map (SVTM) (http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm ) is constructed from the best available imagery, site survey records, and environmental information. Existing vegetation mapping has been integrated in some locations. Each vegetation survey is assigned to a Plant Community Type (PCT) and this is used to create a model of the distribution of each type. Their place in the landscape is then attributed based on the visual interpretation of vegetation structure. The SVTM is designed to be dynamically improved and upgraded as new local information becomes available.

Each quickview map is attributed with a code for all three tiers of the NSW vegetation type classification system: Formations, Classes, and Plant Community Types (PCTs).

The following fields are available for all maps:

PCTID: The unique identifier for the Plant Community Type. The PCT Id is captured as part of the mapping program.

PCTName: A colloquial description of the plant community that can be understood by non-botanists. It may include common names of dominant plant species, names of a geographical region, a substrate, a soil type or a climatic zone.

PCTIDMod1: The most likely Plant Community Type to occur in the polygon, identified by its PCT Id. This value is as derived from a spatial model that may provide one or more PCT alternatives. It provides an indication of PCT uncertainty, as several PCTs will usually have some probability of occurring at any particular location.

PCTIDMod2: The second most likely Plant Community Type identifier as derived from a spatial model.

PCTIDMod3: The third most likely Plant Community Type identifier as derived from a spatial model.

mapSource: The various sources of information used in deriving the vegetation map, including spatial models, visual interpretation and existing map products.

vegetationClass: Equivalence of a community to one of the Vegetation Classes as originally defined in the Keith (2004) Statewide Vegetation Map.

vegetationFormation: Equivalence of a community to one of the Vegetation Classes as original defined in the Keith (2004) Statewide Vegetation Map.

USER ACCURACY of Plant Community Type Models:

These results should be interpreted as a reflection of the model user accuracy, not map accuracy. [Map Accuracy = API Accuracy (visual interpretation of ADS40) x Model Accuracy (PCT Model Results)]. The accuracy of the API produced landscape class map has not been assessed at this stage. The model user accuracy below was derived by cross validation for CWL and RIV and by an 80/20 split for BRGN.
User accuracy using cross validation is an estimate of how well the model would perform on a new, unmapped location.
PCT User Accuracy is represented as a % (percentage). The number of field survey samples is recorded in the field Number of sites per PCT.
The summary table below shows the number of PCTs modelled in each study area and the number of sites available (RIV includes pseudo-sites). PCT User Accuracy is weighted by the Number of sites per PCT. Accuracy is not reported for PCTs with less than 5 records. For a full description per PCT of user accuracy, please see attached 'UserAccuracyperPCTVISID4468.pdf' located below under 'Data and Resources'.

Table 1: SVTM Number of PCTs, number of sites per PCT and PCT User Accuracy (weighted by number of sites)


|:Area::::::| Number of PCTs | Number of Sites | PCT user accuracy weighted by number of sites |

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:NBRG*:| 268:::::::::::::::::::::::| 2534:::::::::::::::::::| 54.9::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:CWL**::| 198:::::::::::::::::::::::::| 10463:::::::::::::::| 62.2::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:RIV:::::::| 130::::::::::::::::::::::::| 10699:::::::::::::::| 57.5:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:Total::::| 596:::::::::::::::::::::::::| 23696::::::::::::::::| 58.2::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|


Results based on 80/20 Cal/Val split*

Cross validation results**

Quickview maps are simplified versions of the vegetation maps and only contain a subset of the attributes available. They are easier to navigate but still contain the top 3 most likely PCTs for each polygon.

The quickview maps are available by request from the Data.Broker@environment.nsw.gov.au. The full datasets are available as 1:100,000 map tiles, also by request from the Data.Broker@environment.nsw.gov.au.

A technical report is in press: State of New South Wales and Office of Environment and Heritage (2016) NSW State Vegetation Type Map – Central NSW, Part A: Summary, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney, Australia. Meanwhile, for more technical detail about how the maps are created, or more detailed data, contact Bionet@environment.nsw.gov.au or visit http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm.
VIS_ID 4468

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/central-west-lachlan-regional-native-vegetation-pct-map-version-1-0-vis_id-4358182f4 New South Wales
State Vegetation Type Map: Riverina Region Version v1.2 - VIS_ID 4469

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is producing a new map of the State’s native vegetation. This seamless map of NSW’s native vegetation types will enable government, industry and the community to better understand the composition and the relative significance of the native vegetation in their local area.

The State Vegetation Type Map (SVTM) (http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm ) is constructed from the best available imagery, site survey records, and environmental information. Existing vegetation mapping has been integrated in some locations. Each vegetation survey is assigned to a Plant Community Type (PCT) and this is used to create a model of the distribution of each type. Their place in the landscape is then attributed based on the visual interpretation of vegetation structure. The SVTM is designed to be dynamically improved and upgraded as new local information becomes available.

Each quickview map is attributed with a code for all three tiers of the NSW vegetation type classification system: Formations, Classes, and Plant Community Types (PCTs).

The following fields are available for all maps:

PCTID: The unique identifier for the Plant Community Type. The PCT Id is captured as part of the mapping program.

PCTName: A colloquial description of the plant community that can be understood by non-botanists. It may include common names of dominant plant species, names of a geographical region, a substrate, a soil type or a climatic zone.

PCTIDMod1: The most likely Plant Community Type to occur in the polygon, identified by its PCT Id. This value is as derived from a spatial model that may provide one or more PCT alternatives. It provides an indication of PCT uncertainty, as several PCTs will usually have some probability of occurring at any particular location.

PCTIDMod2: The second most likely Plant Community Type identifier as derived from a spatial model.

PCTIDMod3: The third most likely Plant Community Type identifier as derived from a spatial model.

mapSource: The various sources of information used in deriving the vegetation map, including spatial models, visual interpretation and existing map products.

vegetationClass: Equivalence of a community to one of the Vegetation Classes as originally defined in the Keith (2004) Statewide Vegetation Map.

vegetationFormation: Equivalence of a community to one of the Vegetation Classes as original defined in the Keith (2004) Statewide Vegetation Map.

USER ACCURACY of Plant Community Type Models:

These results should be interpreted as a reflection of the model user accuracy, not map accuracy. [Map Accuracy = API Accuracy (visual interpretation of ADS40) x Model Accuracy (PCT Model Results)]. The accuracy of the API produced landscape class map has not been assessed at this stage. The model user accuracy below was derived by cross validation for CWL and RIV and by an 80/20 split for BRGN.
User accuracy using cross validation is an estimate of how well the model would perform on a new, unmapped location.
PCT User Accuracy is represented as a % (percentage). The number of field survey samples is recorded in the field Number of sites per PCT.
The summary table below shows the number of PCTs modelled in each study area and the number of sites available (RIV includes pseudo-sites). PCT User Accuracy is weighted by the Number of sites per PCT. Accuracy is not reported for PCTs with less than 5 records. For a full description per PCT of user accuracy, please see attached 'UserAccuracyperPCTVISID4469.pdf' located below under 'Data and Resources'.

Table 1: SVTM Number of PCTs, number of sites per PCT and PCT User Accuracy (weighted by number of sites)


|:Area::::::| Number of PCTs | Number of Sites | PCT user accuracy weighted by number of sites |

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:NBRG*:| 268:::::::::::::::::::::::| 2534:::::::::::::::::::| 54.9::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:CWL**::| 198:::::::::::::::::::::::::| 10463:::::::::::::::| 62.2::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:RIV:::::::| 130::::::::::::::::::::::::| 10699:::::::::::::::| 57.5:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|

+-----------+-----------------------+----------------------+---------------------------------------------------------------+

|:Total::::| 596:::::::::::::::::::::::::| 23696::::::::::::::::| 58.2::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::|


Results based on 80/20 Cal/Val split*

Cross validation results**

Quickview maps are simplified versions of the vegetation maps and only contain a subset of the attributes available. They are easier to navigate but still contain the top 3 most likely PCTs for each polygon.

The quickview maps are available by request from the Data.Broker@environment.nsw.gov.au. The full datasets are available as 1:100,000 map tiles, also by request from the Data.Broker@environment.nsw.gov.au.

A technical report is in press: State of New South Wales and Office of Environment and Heritage (2016) NSW State Vegetation Type Map – Central NSW, Part A: Summary, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney, Australia. Meanwhile, for more technical detail about how the maps are created, or more detailed data, contact Bionet@environment.nsw.gov.au or visit http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm.
VIS_ID 4469

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/riverina-regional-native-vegetation-map-version-v1-0-vis_id-4449 New South Wales
State Vegetation Type Map: Western Region DRAFT v0.1 VIS_ID 4492

The NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) is producing a new map of the State’s native vegetation. This seamless map of NSW’s native vegetation types will enable government, industry and the community to better understand the composition and the relative significance of the native vegetation in their local area.

The State Vegetation Type Map (SVTM) (http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/vegetation/state-vegetation-type-map.htm) is constructed from the best available imagery, site survey records, and environmental information.

Existing vegetation mapping has been integrated in some locations. Each vegetation survey record is being assigned to a Plant Community Type (PCT) and this is used to create a model of the distribution of each type. Their place in the landscape is then attributed based on the visual interpretation of vegetation photo pattern. The SVTM is designed to be dynamically improved and upgraded as new local information becomes available.

The Western NSW PCT DRAFT v0.1 data-set provides a draft map of Plant Community Types over western NSW and it is released for expert feedback. This feedback will contribute to an updated v1.0 release.
VIS_ID 4492

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/state-vegetation-type-quickview-map-western-nsw-pct-draft-v0-1-vis-id-4492 New South Wales
Statewide Landcover and Trees Study 2014-15

The Statewide Landcover and Trees Study (SLATS) has been analysing and reporting on woody vegetation change (loss) since 1988 using Landsat imagery. This dataset shows vegetation clearing which occurred in the 2014 – 2015 SLATS mapping period. More information about SLATS can be found at http://www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/vegetation/mapping/slats/

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/statewide-landcover-and-trees-study-2014-15 Queensland
Statewide Landcover and Trees Study Queensland series

The statewide landcover and trees survey (SLATS) has been analysing and reporting on change (loss) of woody vegetation since 1988 using Landsat imagery. The vegetation change has been attributed to change classes representing what the replacement land cover is or if the vegetation change was due to natural causes.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/statewide-landcover-and-trees-study-queensland-series Queensland
Student Data

The Higher Education student data collection encompasses enrolments, equivalent full-time student load (unit of study data) and completions, and includes all Higher Education Institutions that have been approved under the Higher Education Support Act 2003.

Scheduled yearly release dates for student data:

Student full year data are scheduled to be released from 30 June
Student half year data are scheduled to be released from 30 November
Data reported from the student collection include:

Course information including level, field of education and special course flag;
Age (date of birth);
Gender;
Citizenship;
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander indicator;
Location of term residence;
Location of permanent home residence;
Basis for admission to course;
Type of attendance (full-time / part-time);
Mode of attendance (internal, external, multi-modal);
Country of birth;
Language spoken at home;
Year of arrival in Australia;
Language spoken at home;
Tertiary entrance score;
Equity data (Disability, Low-SES, NESB, Women in non-traditional areas, Regional/Remote);
Highest educational attainment prior to commencement; and
Award course completions

https://www.education.gov.au/student-data Australia
Students Distance from School - by school and SA1

Information on the location students live by Statistical Area Level 1 (SA1) which uses the ABS geographical encoding. Data is aggregated to a minimum 5 cell count per SA1.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Education/Students-Distance-from-School-by-school-and-SA1/3fd4-5fkk Australian Capital Territory
Tasmanian Government Datasets from data.gov.au - collated

This is a collated list of Tasmanian Datasets found on data.gov.au

https://data.gov.au/dataset?jurisdiction=Tasmania&_jurisdiction_limit=0 Tasmania
TERN Data Discovery Portal

TERN provides access to wide variety of ecosystem data covering multiple disciplines through several “Facility” based data delivery systems.

http://portal.tern.org.au/ Australia
The List Tasmania https://listdata.thelist.tas.gov.au/opendata/ Tasmania
The Long Paddock https://www.longpaddock.qld.gov.au/ Queensland
The Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area - Version 3 (OEH, 2016) VIS_ID 4489

This layer contains digital mapping of the native vegetation communities of the Sydney Metropolitan area. Vegetation communities have been derived from the analysis of 2200 floristic sites collated for the study area. Identified vegetation communities have been related to currently listed threatened ecological communities listed under the NSW TSC Act, 1995 and the Commonwealth EPBC Act, 1999. Native vegetation communities have been mapped using a combination of detailed image interpretation, relationships between sample sites and abiotic environmental variables. The derived digital data layer includes fields that describe the vegetation community, interpreted dominant species and understorey characteristics, interpretation confidence, disturbance type and severity, NSW vegetation formation and classes and related NSW Plant Community Types. These are described in detail in technical reports OEH (2016) The Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area. Volume 1: Technical Report. Version 3.0. Office of Environment and Heritage Sydney. OEH (2016) The Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area. Volume 2: Vegetation Community Profiles. Version 3.0. NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney.
Version 3.0 of the Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area updates the Plant Community Type and Biometric Vegetation Type of each map unit.

This update replaces version 2.0 (VISID 3817) and creates a seamless alignment between the GIS layer and the Plant Community and Biometric Vegetation Types in the Biodiversity Assessment Method tool. These are the only significant updates from version 2.0.
VIS
ID 4489

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/07b107f9-7595-4ce1-b96e-5dbdf0ad1ffe New South Wales
The Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area - Version 3 (OEH, 2016) VIS_ID 4489

This layer contains digital mapping of the native vegetation communities of the Sydney Metropolitan area. Vegetation communities have been derived from the analysis of 2200 floristic sites collated for the study area. Identified vegetation communities have been related to currently listed threatened ecological communities listed under the NSW TSC Act, 1995 and the Commonwealth EPBC Act, 1999. Native vegetation communities have been mapped using a combination of detailed image interpretation, relationships between sample sites and abiotic environmental variables. The derived digital data layer includes fields that describe the vegetation community, interpreted dominant species and understorey characteristics, interpretation confidence, disturbance type and severity, NSW vegetation formation and classes and related NSW Plant Community Types. These are described in detail in technical reports OEH (2016) The Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area. Volume 1: Technical Report. Version 3.0. Office of Environment and Heritage Sydney. OEH (2016) The Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area. Volume 2: Vegetation Community Profiles. Version 3.0. NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Sydney.
Version 3.0 of the Native Vegetation of the Sydney Metropolitan Area updates the Plant Community Type and Biometric Vegetation Type of each map unit.

This update replaces version 2.0 (VISID 3817) and creates a seamless alignment between the GIS layer and the Plant Community and Biometric Vegetation Types in the Biodiversity Assessment Method tool. These are the only significant updates from version 2.0.
VIS
ID 4489

https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/the-native-vegetation-of-the-sydney-metropolitan-area-oeh-2016-vis-id-4489 New South Wales
The Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) - Daily

Daily barometric pressure observations at Tahiti and Darwin with calculated (1887-1989 base period) SOI values from 1991 to current.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/the-southern-oscillation-index-soi-daily Queensland
The Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) - Monthly

Calculated monthly (1887-1989 base period) SOI values from January 1876 to current.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/the-southern-oscillation-index-soi-monthly Queensland
The vegetation communities of the Capricornia Cays - Southeast Queensland

Thirteen of the fifteen Capricornia Cays (defined as all islands in the Capricornia Cays NP, Capricornia Cays NP (Scientific), Lady Elliot Island and North Reef Island) were surveyed from August 2007 - September 2008 over five separate trips. See additional information also.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/the-vegetation-communities-of-the-capricornia-cays-southeast-queensland Queensland
The vegetation of the Australian tropical savannas

Vegetation mapping at a map scale of 1:1,000,000 based on a generalised compilation of the lines and legends of a number of vegetation maps including the Kimberley region, Northern Territory, Cape York Peninsula, Einasleigh Uplands, Desert Uplands, Brigalow Belt North and Central Western Queensland.It includes new vegetation mapping for northwest Queensland.Set of polygon coverages in well-defined themes: vegetation coverage, coverage of survey traverses in northwest Queensland, coverage of survey sites in northwest Queensland. Complete site data for northwest Queensland stored in the Queensland Herbarium CORVEG database. Digital data at a 1:1 million dissolved to 1:2 million for final hard copy map production.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/the-vegetation-of-the-australian-tropical-savannas Queensland
The vegetation of the tropical savannas - Australia

Vegetation mapping at a map scale of 1:1,000,000 based on a generalised compilation of the lines and legends of a number of vegetation maps including the Kimberley region, Northern Territory, Cape York Peninsula, Einasleigh Uplands, Desert Uplands, Brigalow Belt North and Central Western Queensland.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/the-vegetation-of-the-tropical-savannas-australia Queensland
Town And District Playgrounds

Canberra has a great variety of fun play spaces that engage and challenge children in their play. These range in size from the neighborhood play spaces in local parks, to the larger play spaces in most district parks. This dataset identifies the locations of Canberra's town and district parks.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Sport-and-Recreation/Town-And-District-Playgrounds/fwth-mr9q Australian Capital Territory
Traffic Signals http://open-darwin.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/trafficsignals Northern Territory
Traffic speed camera locations

The location of all red light, fixed, point to point and mobile speed cameras in the ACT.

https://www.data.act.gov.au/Justice-Safety-and-Emergency/Traffic-speed-camera-locations/426s-vdu4 Australian Capital Territory
Transport and motoring customer service centres

This dataset contains information about locations in Queensland that provide transport and motoring services. This data powers the Transport and motoring service centres map.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/transport-csc Queensland
Vegetation clearing applications – Vegetation Management Act 1999

Applications to clear native vegetation under the Vegetation Management Act 1999 processed by DNRM (prior to state Single Assessment and Referral Agency project commencement on 1st July 2013)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/vegetation-clearing-applications-vegetation-management-act-1999 Queensland
Vegetation Management Act series

This series contains eight spatial resource records used for the assessment of relevant activities under the Vegetation Management Act 1999.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/vegetation-management-act-series Queensland
Vegetation management – register of accepted development vegetation clearing code notifications

Public register of accepted development vegetation clearing code notifications received by the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/vegetation-management-register-of-self-assessable-code-notifications Queensland
VicFreeWiFi Access Point locations

VicFreeWiFi, is Victoria's free Public WiFi pilot. Free public WiFi is available in central Melbourne and Melbourne CBD train stations, and in central Ballarat and central Bendigo. The VicFreeWiFi pilot is managed and maintained by telecommunications company TPG and allows for up to 250 MB per device, per day and does not require personal information or feature pop-up advertising.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/vicfreewifi-access-point-locations Victoria
Victoria in Future population projections

Victoria in Future population projections

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset?q=vif+2016 Victoria
Victorian liquor licences by location

The dataset represents a stocktake of all active liquor licences across Victoria and across all licence types, at the first of each month. The data contains the following variables: Licence No, Licence Category, Trading As, Address, Suburb, Postcode, Postal Address, Postal Suburb, Postal Postcode, Council Name, Licensee. The data can be cross-references with other datasets (VCGLR or other), e.g. https://liquor.justice.vic.gov.au/alarm_internet/alarm_internet.asp?wci=start_alarm_internet or http://geomaps.vcglr.vic.gov.au/none-flash/index.html VCGLR publishes three editions of this dataset: licences in metropolitan Melbourne, licences in regional Victoria, and a dataset which holds all licences which are not associated with a particular address (e.g. party busses, internet sales). Addresses are provided as specified on the licence application, do not necessarily adhere to Australian Standards and may be outdated or otherwise inaccurate.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-liquor-licences-by-location Victoria
Victorian Local Government Annual Waste Service Report 2015-16

Census of all 79 Victorian Local Governments about the kerbside services provided to residents and the costs and associated tonnes collected for disposal / reprocesing for kerbside garbage, recyclables, green waste, hard waste and llitter services.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-local-government-annual-waste-service-report-2015-16 Victoria
Victorian Property Sales Report - Median House by Suburb Quarterly

The report lists the percentage shift in median prices between quarters as
well as the change over a 12-month period. An overall Melbourne metropolitan
median sale price and country Victoria median sale price are also included for
each property type.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-property-sales-report-median-house-by-suburb Victoria
Victorian Property Sales Report - Median House by Suburb Time Series

The report lists the percentage shift in median prices between quarters as
well as the change over a 12-month period. An overall Melbourne metropolitan
median sale price and country Victoria median sale price are also included for
each property type.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-property-sales-report-median-house-by-suburb-2004-2014 Victoria
Victorian Property Sales Report - Median Unit by Suburb Quarterly

The report lists the percentage shift in median prices between quarters as
well as the change over a 12-month period. An overall Melbourne metropolitan
median sale price and country Victoria median sale price are also included for
each property type.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-property-sales-report-median-unit-by-suburb Victoria
Victorian Property Sales Report - Median Unit by Suburb Time Series

The report lists the percentage shift in median prices between quarters as
well as the change over a 12-month period. An overall Melbourne metropolitan
median sale price and country Victoria median sale price are also included for
each property type.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-property-sales-report-median-unit-by-suburb-2004-2014 Victoria
Victorian Property Sales Report - Median Vacant Land by Suburb Quarterly

The report lists the percentage shift in median prices between quarters as
well as the change over a 12-month period. An overall Melbourne metropolitan
median sale price and country Victoria median sale price are also included for
each property type.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-property-sales-report-median-vacant-land-by-suburb Victoria
Victorian Property Sales Report - Median Vacant Land by Suburb Time Series

The report lists the percentage shift in median prices between quarters as
well as the change over a 12-month period. An overall Melbourne metropolitan
median sale price and country Victoria median sale price are also included for
each property type.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/victorian-property-sales-report-median-vacant-land-by-suburb-2004-2014 Victoria
Visions of Victoria

All Visit Victoria's Images and videos are available through our Online
Image Library "Visions of Victoria"

You will need to register as a user prior to searching, ordering and
downloading images.

Please note registrations can take up to 24 hours (Australian EST Business
Day) to approve.

To register as a new user please follow these instructions:

  1. Navigate to Registrations page by clicking the Register link on the Log In Page or click here to go to the Registration page.
  2. The User Details form will appear
  3. Fill out the User Details form; ensure that all the mandatory fields (denoted with red asterisks) are completed correctly.
  4. Click the terms and conditions link, a pop-up window will display with the Terms and Conditions of the website.
  5. Read the details of the terms and conditions; tick the box if you agree to the terms and conditions.
  6. Click "Register" button to submit your registrations request to the Administrator for approval. A confirmation message will be sent to you via email.
    Note: Once your registration has been processed (generally within one Australian EST Business day) by the Administrator, an auto-generated email will be sent notifying the status of your registration, along with your username and password (if approved)
https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/visions-of-victoria Victoria
Vocational ​​education and training (VET) activity

The department collects VET participation and outcomes data from registered training organisations including those delivering publicly funded VET activity in Queensland. This data is used to populate the national dataset collected by the National Centre​ for Vocational Educational Research (NCVER) and is used for local reports. Statistics presented in these reports may vary to those produced by NCVER due to differences in counting rules and time periods being reported.

https://training.qld.gov.au/docs-data/statistics/training-performance/vet-activity Queensland
Volunteer resource centres contact data

These services have friendly staff who know everything there is to know about
volunteering in the local community. They are also in touch with all the local
volunteering organisations and so will be able to suggest volunteer positions
that suit your needs.

Many volunteer services also have information about volunteering on their
websites but if you prefer talking to real person, give them a call and set up
an appointment.

https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset/volunteer-resource-centres-contact-data Victoria
Water Monitoring Information Portal

This Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME) Water Monitoring Information Portal (WMIP) service operates for Departmental water assessment and management purposes.
On this site you can find out about:

Latest stream height and stream flow values from the department's water monitoring stations throughout Queensland*
Historic streamflow data from decommissioned river and stream monitoring stations
Groundwater levels from the department's monitoring bores that are equipped with data loggers*
The department's water monitoring network site lists
* Please note that latest instantaneous and latest daily values are unverified data.

https://water-monitoring.information.qld.gov.au/ Queensland
Wave monitoring https://www.qld.gov.au/environment/coasts-waterways/beach/monitoring Queensland
Whole of Government Survey 2017

Customer satisfaction, usage and awareness data relating to transacting with the Queensland Government (online survey conducted with n=2000 Queenslanders in July 2017)

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/whole-of-government-survey-2017 Queensland
WildNet Koala Locations

Lists a summary of the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) locations approved for public release from the WildNet database that were extracted using the Get surveys by species function of the Qld wildlife data API.

Exported from the WildNet database on 2/06/2017.

Field Descriptions

Longitude: The longitude of the record in decimal degrees (Datum is GDA94).

Latitude: The latitude of the record in decimal degrees (Datum is GDA94).

ScientificName: The scientific name of the taxon.

SiteVisitID: The unique identifier for the SiteVisit within the WildNet database.

StartDate: The start date of the record (DD/MM/YYYY).

EndDate: The end date of the record (DD/MM/YYYY).

SiteID: The unique identifier for the Site within the WildNet database.

SiteCode: The code for the Site from the Project.

LocalityDetails: The description of the location of the record. LocationPrecision: The precision of the record coordinates (i.e. latitude and longitude) in metres.

ProjectID: The unique identifier for the Project within the WildNet database.

ProjectName: The name of the Project.

OrganisationID: The unique identifier for the Organisation associated with the Project within the WildNet database.

OrganisationName: The name of the Organisation associated with the Project.

OrganisationAcronym: The acronym of the Organisation associated with the Project.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/wildnet-koala-locations Queensland
Windsor Town Council Honour Roll 1914 to 1925

This index was compiled from the Honour Roll kept by the Windsor Town Council between 1914 and 1925, and from additional soldier research completed by Queensland State Archives staff and volunteers. Read more about the Honour Roll.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/windsor-town-council-honour-roll-1914-to-1925 Queensland
Workforce

The health and welfare workforces deliver diverse services through many private and public organisations. Combined, there are more than 1 million people employed in delivery of health and welfare services in Australia. Some occupations, for example nurses, are represented in both workforces.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/workforce/data Australia
Wyndham Air Quality

Near real time air quality data-test

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-air-quality Victoria
Wyndham City Arts and Heritage locations

Wyndham City Arts and Heritage locations

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-arts-and-heritage-locations Victoria
Wyndham City BBQ locations

This point dataset shows all BBQ locations within the City of Wyndham

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-council-bbq-locations Victoria
Wyndham City Bike Paths

Wyndham City Bike Paths

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-bike-paths Victoria
Wyndham City Buildings Footprints

Wyndham City Buildings and Amenity

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-buildings-footprints Victoria
Wyndham City Child Care Centres

Wyndham City Child Care Centres (privately operated)

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-child-care-centres Victoria
Wyndham City Community Centres

Wyndham City Community Centres both Wyndham and Privately operated

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-community-centres Victoria
Wyndham City Council Asset Inspections

JSON formatted data containing asset inspections

https://data.gov.au/dataset/field-inspections Victoria
Wyndham City Council Boundary

Polygon data showing the boundary for Wyndham City Council.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-council-boundary Victoria
Wyndham City Council Trees 2009

All known trees in Wyndham

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-council-trees Victoria
Wyndham City Dog Off Lead Areas

Wyndham City Dog off lea areas.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-dog-off-lead-area Victoria
Wyndham City Footpaths

Wyndham City Footpaths

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-footpaths Victoria
Wyndham City Hard Rubbish Bookings

Wyndham City offers all Wyndham households two free hard and green waste collection services each financial year. This service operates on a pre-booked system so you will need to call to arrange the collection day at least 3 weeks in advance. This dataset set shows past bookings

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-hard-rubbish-bookings Victoria
Wyndham City Kindergartens

Wyndham City Kindergartens both Wyndham and Privately operated

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-kindergartens Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries - Branch Information

This dataset contains street address (includes long lat), weekly opening hours, floor space for each library branch.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-branch-info Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries Members by branch

This dataset lists the number of members affiliated with each branch of the service (i.e. nominated "home" branch locations for each member)

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-libraries-members-by-branch Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries membership by postcode https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-membership-by-postcode Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries PC Usage

PC Usage by branch and type of PC

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-pc-usage Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries Programs by branch

This dataset lists the number of programs and attendance at each library branch, by intended age group of the program.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-programs-by-branch Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries returns by branch

This dataset lists the number of items returned to each branch of the service

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-libraries-returns-by-branch Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries Visits

Visits to Wyndham City Libraries branches

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-visits Victoria
Wyndham City Libraries Wifi Sessions

Wifi sessions and downloads per branch

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-wifi-sessions Victoria
Wyndham City Library Loans

Loan statistics per branch

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wcl-loans Victoria
Wyndham City Library locations

Wyndham City Library locations

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-library-locations Victoria
Wyndham City Long Day Care

Wyndham City Long Day Care(Privately operated)

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-long-day-care Victoria
Wyndham City Maternal & Child Health

Wyndham City Maternal & Child Health

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-maternal-child-health Victoria
Wyndham City Number of Cats by Locality

Wyndham City Number of Cats by Locality

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-number-of-cats-by-locality Victoria
Wyndham City Number of Dogs by Locality

Wyndham City Number of Dogs by Locality

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-number-of-dogs-by-locality Victoria
Wyndham City Occassional Care

Wyndham City Occassional Care both Wyndham and Privately operated

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-occassional-care Victoria
Wyndham City Playgrounds

Wyndham City Playgrounds

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-playgrounds Victoria
Wyndham City Public Toilets

Wyndham City Public Toilets

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-public-toilets Victoria
Wyndham City Public WiFi locations

Wyndham City Public WiFi locations

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-public-wifi-locations Victoria
Wyndham City Road Reserves and Responsibility

Wyndham City Road Reserves and Responsibility(Wyndham, VicRoads, Private)

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-road-reserves-and-responsibility Victoria
Wyndham City Smart Bins

Wyndham City Smart Bins

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-smart-bins Victoria
Wyndham City Sport Fields

Wyndham City Sport Fields

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-sport-fields Victoria
Wyndham City Stormwater

Wyndham City Stormwater pipes and pits

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-stormwater Victoria
Wyndham City Subdivision Stage Boundaries

Wyndham City Subdivision Stage Boundaries

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-subdivision-stage-boundaries Victoria
Wyndham City Tourism locations

Wyndham City Tourism locations

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-city-tourism-locations Victoria
Wyndham City Waste Collection Boundaries

Waste colleciton boundaries for wyndham city council.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/waste-collection-boundaries Victoria
Wyndham Marina

Location of Wyndham Marina

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-marina Victoria
Wyndham Mowing Activity Data

This dataset provide information about the mowing of parks and reserves in Wyndham area.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-mowing-activity-data Victoria
Wyndham Registered Dogs/CatsCSV

Polygon data for each suburb counting registered dogs and cats in Wyndham.

Although all due care has been taken to ensure that these data are correct, no warranty is expressed or implied by the City of Wyndham in their use.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-registered-dogs-catscsv Victoria
Wyndham Smart Bin Daily Fill level

The Wyndham City Council installed smart bins in Werribee and Point Cook Areas. This data provides information about daily fill level of these bins.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-smart-bin-fill-level-historical Victoria
Wyndham Smart Bin Fill level

Latest fill level of smart bins installed in Werribee and Point Cook areas. The dataset updated daily to provide the latest fullness information.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-smart-bin-fill-level Victoria
Wyndham Solar Energy Production daily

Energy produced (daily) by the solar plants installed in Wyndham area.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-solar-energy-production-daily Victoria
Wyndham Tree and latest inpection data

This dataset shows Wyndham City Council Trees and their latest field inspection.

https://data.gov.au/dataset/wyndham-tree-and-latest-inpection-data Victoria
Your Life Your Choice

The Your Life Your Choice self-directed support framework introduces the concept of host providers. host providers work directly with people with a disability, their families and carers. Together they design flexible and creative approaches to meeting specific disability support needs. host providers can offer support every step of the way, or less often, depending on the level of responsibility that the person is willing to manage.

https://data.qld.gov.au/dataset/your-life-your-choice Queensland
Youth justice

The youth justice system is the set of processes and practices for managing children and young people who have committed, or allegedly committed, an offence. In Australia, it deals primarily with young people aged 10–17 at the time of the offence, although there are some variations among the states and territories. A major component of the system is the supervision of young people in the community or in detention.

https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports-statistics/health-welfare-services/youth-justice/data Australia