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Interactive Boundary Map

Purpose of the map

Together with Service NSW, Aboriginal Affairs NSW has developed an interactive map of NSW to provide information that will help stakeholders and government with their work and inform planning and operations decisions. 

The map is a great tool for locating information on places relating to Aboriginal affairs within NSW. For example, viewing Local Aboriginal Land Council names and boundaries, and information about public services available in an area.   

Additional layers and updates will be added to the map over time.

Access the map

You can access the map by clicking on the button below. 

Interactive map

*Please note that Service NSW is investigating a technical issue whereby the NSW Regional Boundaries layer cannot be displayed. We hope to resolve this shortly and apologise for any inconvenience caused while it is not available.

How to use the map

The layers list  

The interactive map is made up of several layers. One layer can be viewed at a time, and the layers and location points can be superimposed on each other, enabling identification of location points within various boundaries, and analysis of ‘boundaries within boundaries’.

Click on this icon in the top right corner of the map, to display the layers listed below. Some layers show the location and details of public services, and others show geographic boundaries, such as LGAs. You can select more than one layer at a time, so for example you can look at which schools are in a specific LGA.

When you click on any of the boundary areas or symbols within the map, a box will appear with more details.



You can also print your map by clicking on the print icon  at the top right hand side of the map.




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