The Biodiversity Interactive Map is an easily accessible, free and very useful resource for both students and professionals in the environmental industry.
It can provide you with basic information regarding:
- Native Vegetation
- Planning info
- Highlight any threatened flora & fauna
- Location of native wetlands
- Marine and coastal info
- Located areas of disturbance
- Provide catchment info
- Provide information on land classification
By zooming in on your target area of interest and turning on/off selective layers, you will end up with a printable low grain desktop assessment of the biodiversity of any given spot in the state. Perfect to help narrow down a region for on ground vegetation surveys, using maps as a reference in a university project or simply finding out a bit more about your own property.
Below are links to the Biodiversity Interactive Map and a PDF of useful user guide tips.