The Property Location Browser (PLB) is a free map-based application. It can be used to view land administration boundaries and to get information about the ownership of land including:
Do not rely on PLB data and maps for any purpose other than to get these property details. Access primary land administration data through SAILIS.
The map and image are only a general representation. Spatial accuracy is not guaranteed.
The PLB is available 8.00 am to 8.00 pm each business day. It may not be available during weekends or public holidays. You can link to SAILIS once you have found a parcel of land in the PLB.
If you need additional assistance using the PLB contact Land Services.
The PLB is compatible with a range of browsers:
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Phone: 8226 3983 (country callers 1800 648 176)
All place names information contained in the State Gazetteer is now accessible from the PLB.
A simple search of a name using the PlaceNames option under the Find button will produce a result on the screen showing the locations of all features meeting the search criteria.
A report, in either PDF or HTML format, showing all the attribute fields from the State Gazetteer for any particular feature can be obtained. From the Report button select the Table and Map reports option, then select the printer icon alongside the associated feature and follow the prompts to select the output required.
Land Services are progressivley improving spatial deliniation of land parcels on the PLB.
Shift vectors are now available to help align administrative layers to the state's spatially improved Digital Cadastre Data Base (DCDB).
The shift vector information provides access to:
For more information on shift vectors contact Land Services.
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