The following online mapping resources are accessible to the public.


PlanWA is a public mapping tool that provides access to planning, land and heritage data across Western Australia.

This interactive viewer links to the latest spatial planning, land and heritage information for any land parcel within the State.
It can be used by local government, industry and the community to inform decisions and help understand how the land is used and what future development may be able to occur in an area.



PlanWA allows users to:

  • search planning, land and heritage information on places of interest
  • enquire about planning, land and heritage information for specific land parcels
  • access policies and information in regards to planning, land and heritage
  • tailor maps for personal use
  • share viewing details via email and social media
  • connect to other map sources such as aerial imagery and Google Street View.

Map Viewer Plus

Map Viewer Plus is an online viewing tool used to pan across and zoom in over current and historical aerial imagery along with layers of geographic information. Map Viewer Plus now services the surveying industry by the inclusion of authoritative geodetic and survey information. 

Map Viewer Plus


Map Viewer Plus is useful for:

  • viewing land and property in Western Australia
  • discovering geodetic and survey marks
  • showing property boundaries
  • researching a property purchase or sale
  • providing a base for urban and regional planning
  • assisting with asset management
  • agricultural and natural resource management.


GeoVIEW.WA is an online GIS-based mapping tool that allows users to view, query, and map various geology, resources and related datasets. The mapping tool allows for the users to search mineral and petroleum exploration datasets including mines and mineral deposits, petroleum wells, and active leases.



The Shire makes this material available on the understanding that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to its use.
Before relying on the material in any important matter, users should carefully evaluate the metadata (which can be accessed via a hyperlink on the overview tab) and ascertain the accuracy, completeness and relevance of the information for their purposes. Appropriate professional advice relevant to their particular circumstances should be obtained before taking any action.
The material at this site may include information and data sourced from third parties, which does not necessarily reflect the understanding of the Shire or indicate its commitment to a particular course of action.
Note: For official information pertaining to a specific property the relevant certificate of title should be consulted.