Administrative Boundaries

PSMA Australia’s Administrative Boundaries dataset provides authoritative government, statistical and electoral boundaries for Australia.

About

PSMA’s Administrative Boundaries dataset is Australia’s most comprehensive national collection of:

  • government boundaries, incorporating state and territory boundaries, local government areas, suburbs/localities, wards and town points
  • statistical boundaries, incorporating Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) boundaries (2011 & 2016)
  • electoral boundaries.

This dataset contains boundaries in eight themes, with layers of data to support a wide range of analysis and segmentation activities.

What is this dataset used for? 

Administrative Boundaries is used for:

  • Profiling – to build profiles of suburbs and wider areas by combining this data with social, demographic, economic and environmental data.
  • Improved policy and services – to enable organisations to develop more accurate socioeconomic and demographic analysis for policy development and service delivery.
  • Find nearest – to show internet or mobile phone users the nearest provider of a service or retailer.
  • Emergency management – to identify areas under threat and recognising evacuation routes.

Get this dataset

Contact our value-added resellers , who develop products and solutions using this data.

This dataset is also available under open data terms at www.data.gov.au

Find out more

Find out about accuracy, overlaps and updates in our Administrative Boundaries FAQs or check technical information.

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