Victorian State Forests - Digital map data
Something that may be of interest for those of you who use CAD or GIS (Geographic Information Software).
You can now download datasets with information on Victorian State Forest features such as historic relics (including a few timber tramway/mill remains), picnic/camping sites, toilets, car parks, huts and walking tracks. See: https://www.data.vic.gov.au/data/dataset?q=recreation+site (ignore the first item).
I've already download all 6 items and added them to GIS workspaces I have.
Further details are:
"Recreation Facility attributes were collected on site. The majority of the attributes are from drop down lists which minimises errors. Data has been collected with a Trimble Pro XR GPSwith an external antenna. The majority of points have sub metre accuracy, detailed in the attributes. The upper limit of accuracy is within 10m for 95% of the data. All data has been post processed using GPSnet base stations."
Those of you who are tech-savvy (but don't have GIS software) might want to try the open-source 'QGIS' software (see: http://www.qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html) and use the above datasets along with other Vicmap datasets such as transport, hydrology, or elevation (do a search at: https://www.data.vic.gov.au/).
Alternatively, you could use CAD/similar software as the data is available in DWG and DXF formats.
Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
John's web page: http://users.cdi.com.au/~johnc/
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