The following sites provide access to online mapping tools, datasets and applications that are relevant to the forest and vegetation sectors and are available to the general public.
MCAS-S is a tool to view and combine mapped information that can inform spatial decision making and help with stakeholder engagement. MCAS-S is free, powerful, and easy to use.
Shows national and catchment-scale land use for Australia including links to view maps and datasets.
Enables users to produce forest-related maps based on Indigenous areas of Australia.
MapShareVic – Forest Explorer: An interactive map generator that allows users to explore a range of forest related map themes for Victoria.
TASVEG is a comprehensive digital map of Tasmania's vegetation. The map depicts the extent of more than 150 vegetation communities, including eucalypt forest, rainforest and non-forest communities.
Shows the distribution of major vegetation cover types in Australia, including native forests and grasslands and non-native vegetation.
Note: The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) also provides online applications relating to agriculture, fisheries and forestry that can be accessed from /abares/data, including The Monitor which is an online tool that delivers a broad range of climatic, production, biophysical and economic information, for various regions throughout Australia.