Land data

Landgate data is available in different formats to suit most business systems. Our land data is widely used across government and industry to solve a range of challenges. Landgate is responsible for maintaining and distributing fundamental land datasets, many of these are now available in the Shared Location Information Platform (SLIP). Prices charged to local and State Government organisations (and those acting in their interest) are legislated under the Land Information Act 2006 and all data is supplied under a licence.

Cadastral data

Contains land parcel boundaries for all freehold and Crown land within Western Australia including lodged cadastral, administrative, control marks and easements.

Tenure data

Provides ownership information on freehold and Crown land in Western Australia. Tenure data is gathered from registered transfer of land documents as part of the registration process.

Administrative boundaries

Administrative extents have boundaries linked to state cadastral boundaries and have the same point/line accuracies. The data is updated on a daily basis and is available for the whole State.

Road centreline

Derived from Landgate’s topographic dataset and covers the whole State. All new roads are named and captured from a survey plan at the time of lodgement and stored in the road centreline dataset.

Street address data

Landgate maintains property street addresses with input from local government authorities responsible for allocating street addresses. Information is captured for both urban and rural properties.

Topographic data

Medium and large scale topographic datasets. Medium-scale in 2D provides a whole state view, and large-scale in 3D covers urban areas, mainly Perth metropolitan area and regional centres.

Names data

Landgate manages all official names including Cocos (Keeling) Islands and Christmas Island. Access the State’s names dataset, upon application and send name requests and amendments to us.

Landgate data dictionary

Find all of Landgate's data dictionaries conveniently located in one place.

This page was last updated on: 07 Sep 2016