Website change notification
The website address for our reports and data is being changed this month from
data.agriculture.gov.au. This is part of an ongoing refresh of the department’s internet domains.
When this change occurs, you should update any bookmarks you may have. Likewise, if you have developed your own applications with embedded links to
data.daff.gov.au we recommend that you make the relevant changes within your applications to the new URL.
While every effort is being made to make this change as seamless and user-friendly as possible, if you use browser programs older than Internet Explorer 8, then the automatic redirection may not work. If this happens, we recommend you upgrade to the latest version of the browser you predominantly use and update your bookmarks.
If you experience any issues after the changeover occurs, please contact us via
ABARES produce tools, models, data and metadata to help agricultural, fisheries and forestry industries make decisions.
The Monitor is an online tool that delivers a range of climatic, production, biophysical and economic information for over 600 regions throughout Australia. It provides users with the ability to explore, report and map the various spatial, temporal and point-based datasets across a range of scales.
Climatch is a user-friendly climate matching model that allows the prediction of the potential range of a species by matching climate data from weather stations where the species occurs to climate data from weather stations in other selected regions.
Land Use and Management Information for Australia
Land Use and Management Information for Australia provides nationally consistent land use, land management, land and ground cover information. The site has been developed as part of the Australian Collaborative Land Use and Management Program (ACLUMP), a consortium of Australian and State Government partners that promotes the development of consistent land information.
National Coordinating Committees for Natural Resource Data Themes
The National Coordinating Committees for Natural Resource Data Themes web pages provide a convenient means of accessing information about the activities of national coordinating committees which are developing nationally consistent land, soils and terrain, vegetation and rangelands information for Australia.
Contains up-to-date information on Australia's forests - from links to forest management organisations and institutions to the latest forest-related publications, maps and tools. It represents collaboration between many Australian forest-related organisations, including all Australian state and territory governments.