South Australian Property and Planning Atlas - SAPPA

The South Australian Property and Planning Atlas (SAPPA), formerly known as the Property Location Browser, is a free map-based application. You can use it to view land administration boundaries and get information about the ownership of land including:

  • plan references
  • parcel numbers
  • certificates of title
  • valuation numbers
  • addresses
  • development plan zoning
  • Planning and Design Code zones and overlays
  • land division applications
  • land use development applications
  • heritage places
  • land management agreements
  • links to place names search
  • links to SAILIS.


The map and image are only a general representation. Zoning data is a correct representation of the authorised data from the development plans and the planning and design code, but the spatial accuracy of the zoning is relative to the spatial accuracy of the underlying cadastre.

The spatial accuracy of other layers cannot be guaranteed, in particular, the accuracy of the planning and design code overlay data reflects the accuracy of the originating source data set. Do not rely on SAPPA data and maps for any other purpose. You can access primary land administration data through SAILIS.

Getting help

SAPPA data issues

SAPPA performance issues

SAPPA is not working

If you are experiencing any issues you may need to refresh your page by using Ctrl + F5 on your keyboard.

Unable to print

This could be related to pop-up blockers enabled on your web browser which are used to prevent advertisements appearing on websites.

  • you may find that some web browsers have automatically enabled this feature
  • you will need to add the SAPPA web browser address to your trusted website list in your browser
  • a warning message will then be displayed instructing you to enable pop-up for SAPPA
  • you can configure your browser to allow a specific website to be exempted from being blocked.

Property or Land titles enquiries

Spatial improvement

The Department of Infrastructure and Transport (DIT) are progressively improving spatial delineation of land parcels on the SAPPA.

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:

  • shift vector data
  • information on the use of shift vectors
  • a proposed schedule for the spatial improvement process and subsequent delivery of shift vectors.

For more information on shift vectors contact

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