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Digital Terrain Model

Image showing the digital terrain model of Victoria. The model indicates height above sea level in metres. The image includes the border areas into New South Wales and South Australia as well as railway lines in Victoria, major towns and the city of Melbourne.

Isostatic Gravity

This is an isostatic gravity map of Victoria as of June 2015. Red indicates areas of high gravity and blue is low gravity.

Total Magnetic Intensity

Image showing Total Magnetic Intensity across Victoria measured in nanoteslas. The colours indicate intensity; red is high and blue is low.

Structural Zones

Map showing the geological structural zones of Victoria. In the east of the State is the Grampians-Stavely Zone, Glenelg Zone and Stawell Zone. In the west of the State is the Tabberabbera Zone, Omeo Zone, Deddick Zone, Kuark Zone and the Mallacoota Zone. In the central, central east and central west of the State lie the Bendigo Zone, Melbourne Zone, Selwyn Block and the Bass Zone.

Geological Fairways

Map showing the geological fairways in Victoria. These fairways include the Kanmantoo-Strathalbyn sedimentary exhalatives (zinc, copper, lead, silver); the Delamerian Ultramafics (nickel, platinum group elements); the Stavely Arc (copper, molybdenum, gold); the Stawell-style Orogenic Gold fairway (gold, copper); the Bendigo-style Orogenic Gold fairway (gold, antimony); the Selwyn Block (zinc, lead, copper, gold and nickel); the Wagga-Omeo Zone (tin, tantalum); the Macquarie Arc Base Metals (copper, gold); the Macquarie Arc Derivatives (lead, zinc, copper, molybdenum, gold and iron) and the Devonian magmatic-hydrothermal metals fairway (molybdenum, copper, gold, tungsten and rare earth elements). The map also shows major towns in Victoria and the city of Melbourne.

Mineral Occurrences

Map showing all known mineral occurrences across Victoria. The map also shows major towns as well as the city of Melbourne.

Seamless Geology

Map showing seamless geology across Victoria. Seamless Geology was a major Statewide mapping project undertaken by the Geological Survey of Victoria. A Geoscientific Data Package and A3 Map Book are available to download from the Online Store.

Infrastructure

Map showing key infrastructure in Victoria including roads, railways and major ports, as well as major towns and the city of Melbourne.

Gippsland Basin Oil and Gas Fields

Map of the Gippsland Basin, south-east Victoria showing known oil and gas fields, oil and gas pipelines, the three nautical mile boundary, Victorian petroleum tenements, Commonwealth Exploration Permits, Commonwealth Retention Leases and Commonwealth Production Licences as of June 2015. The major towns on this map are Sale and Bairnsdale.

Otway Basin Oil and Gas Fields

Map of the Otway Basin, south-west Victoria showing known oil and gas fields, oil and gas pipelines, the three nautical mile boundary, Victorian petroleum tenements, Commonwealth Exploration Permits, Commonwealth Retention Leases and Commonwealth Production Licences as of June 2015. The map also shows the towns of Warrnambool and Colac.

Geothermal Heat Flow

This is a geothermal map showing heat flow for parts of Victoria. The purple areas are low heat flow and the pink areas are high heat flow.
 

Tenements

Visit GeoVic for up-to-date tenement information.