Digital Atlas of Australia

The Digital Atlas of Australia will be an interactive, secure and easy-to-use online platform that brings together a range of trusted national datasets for the first time. It will harness the power of near real-time and historic location-based data to put powerful insights at your fingertips and help build a better Australia.

The Digital Atlas beta prototype will be available by mid-2023.

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Explore, analyse and visualise layers of data on a map quickly and easily

The Digital Atlas will be the front door to Australian Government data on geography, people, economy, and the environment.

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Empowering evidence-based, data-driven decision making

Exploring data by location will empower governments, businesses and communities to make better informed decisions about planning, infrastructure and investment at the local, regional and national level.

The Digital Atlas was introduced in May 2021 as part of the Government’s ambitious Digital Economy Strategy - a key investment in the 2021-22 Budget. The strategy aims to position Australia as a world-leading digital economy and society by 2030.

By using location as the connecting thread between currently disparate datasets, the Digital Atlas will be the next generation of the Australian Government's location-based data infrastructure, based on a modernised National Map.

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