NR Maps NT
"a web mapping application for the discovery, interrogation and mapping of natural and cultural resource data and information".
The new version of NR Maps is now available!
- Export redlines or markups as shapefiles for use in GIS
- Email your area of interest, complete with redlines\markups
- Export multiple bore reports
- Identify all visible Layers
For details check out the New Tools Guide (pdf, 270kb, September 2015)
Several users guides have been created to improve user experience, especially for those that are unfamiliar with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or web mapping applications.
- NR Maps - Quick Start Guide (pdf 478kb, updated 7 May 2015)
- NR Maps - Getting Started Guide (pdf 645kb, updated 20 Feb 2015)
- NR Maps - How to Find a Bore and Bore Report (pdf 510kb, updated 23 Feb 2015)
- NR Maps - Species Atlas (pdf 724kb, updated 14 Apr 2015)
- NR Maps - How to Download Spatial Data (pdf 302kb, updated 20 Apr 2015)
- NR Maps - How to Search for Map Products (pdf 690kb, updated 29 Apr 2015)
Need more assistance? Contact Us!
Features of the new NR Maps NT:
- New universal resource locator (URL) http://nrmaps.nt.gov.au
- Users can download certain GIS data
- 45 new data layers and growing
- Improved data frame, map image resolution, and printing facilities
- Quick search for land parcels and bores
- More tools such as buffering, selection, and redline
- NT aerial photography background
- Mining titles, BOM's Geofabric and NT Department of Mines selected GIS layers
- Dept. Lands Planning and Environment layers.
CAUTION: The NR Maps NT website contains pop-up windows.
If the pop-up blocker in your web browser is turned ON, pop-up windows will not display. To use this site, turn OFF the pop-up blocker. (Select Tools menu, then Pop-up Blocker)
About the data: NR Maps NT displays data that is in a suitable digital format from the contributing custodians. Many datasets are in the process of being populated and additional data may become available from the custodian in the future. LRM data custodians are encouraged to contribute their data to NR Maps NT.