Search for Property and Parcel information:

Search for a property using an address or a parcel using a Standard Parcel Identifier (SPI). The resulting Property Report identifies the relevant Local Government Area, Water business, Power distributor, Planning zones and overlays (and more). The Property Report is available for view or download.

Overview

The Victorian Property and Parcel information search is a replacement for the Land Channel Property report search. This search service provides you with quick and easy access to a summary of property information.

If you have any questions about the Property and Parcel information search please send an email to gis.helpdesk@delwp.vic.gov.au

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes,  the search format is: street number, then the street name, the suburb or locality name and finally the postcode. NOTE : You may not need to provide all this information before a match is found.

Start typing your address into the Global Search tool. As you progressively add more information the search results are refined (by default only the first five search results are displayed). When your address of interest appears in the drop down list select it with your mouse (NOTE: do not press enter).

For example, if you wanted to search for 123 Smith Street Thornbury 3071, a match is found after "123 smi" is entered.

Yes. the search format is: Lot number\Plan number. NOTE : the use of the back slash (\) to separate the lot number from the plan number. You may not need to provide all this information before a match is found.

SPI stands for Standard Parcel Identifier, and is a shorthand way to describe a parcel. The simplest, and most common form of a SPI is lot and plan number separated by \. Start typing your SPI number into the Global Search tool. As you progressively add more information the search results are refined (by default only the first five search results are displayed). When your parcel of interest appears in the drop down list select it with your mouse (NOTE: do not press enter).

For example, if you wanted to search for Lot 1726 PS728834, a match is found after "1726\PS72" is entered.

No yet but soon !  A Crown description is commonly one "level" - eg. Allotment 1. It can also have two "levels" - eg. Allotment 3 Section 2. A Crown description must always have a Parish or Township name. Therefore there are two different search formats.

Option 1 Township key word. The search format is: "township" key word, township name, then the allotment number and possibly a section number. NOTE : You may not need to provide all this information before a match is found.

Start typing your Crown description into the Global Search tool. As you progressively add more information the search results are refined (by default only the first five search results are displayed). When your parcel of interest appears in the drop down list select it with your mouse (NOTE: do not press enter).

For example, if you wanted to search for Township Ballan Allot 1 Sec 17, a match is found after "Township Ball" is entered.

Option 2 Parish key word. The search format is: "parish" key word, parish name, then the allotment number and possibly a section number. NOTE : You may not need to provide all this information before a match is found.

Start typing your Crown description into the Global Search tool. As you progressively add more information the search results are refined (by default only the first five search results are displayed). When your parcel of interest appears in the drop down list select it with your mouse (NOTE: do not press enter).

For example, if you wanted to search for Parish Ballarat Allot 1 Sec 2a, a match is found after "Parish Ballar" is entered.

The Property PDF contain more detailed information about your search result.

The Property PDF includes:

  • a detailed map of the Property or Parcel selected
  • information about the Parcel and Property
  • Local Government Area and Council Property number
  • Directory references
  • Electoral information – legislative council and assembly
  • Utilities such as Water businesses and Power distributors
  • Also information about Planning Zones and Overlays – which is also information available from Planning PDF

The property PDF contains a map that shows the "approximate" dimensions of the property you are interested in. For more accurate dimensions you will need a copy of the property's title.

Enter the property address into the search bar above and choose the correct address that appears under the search bar. On the next page you’ll find a summary of property information about your interested property. For more detailed planning information select the Planning PDF. You can also view this information in VicPlan

The Property Information page and PDF are designed for anyone who wants quick access to a summary of property information about an individual property or land parcel. It’s perfect for those who already know the address of the property they are seeking information on.

Mapshare Vic is an interactive mapping tool that provides location-based property information, DELWP themes such as Forest, Public Land and Water and much more. You can zoom and pan with ease, providing easy access to a range of property information across a larger area.

Yes. Check out Mapshare Vic – a state-wide, interactive mapping tool for location-based and DELWP information. You can search for the information of an individual property or zoom out to browse the entire suburb or anywhere in Victoria. You can generate a property report, draw on and mark-up the map, measure dimensions, apply a range of map layers and access many other useful tools.

Mapshare Vic is an interactive mapping tool that provides location-based property information, DELWP themes such as Forest, Public Land and Water and much more. You can zoom and pan with ease, providing easy access to a range of property information across a larger area.

MapshareVic allows you to:

  • search for the information of a property or zoom out to browse the entire suburb or across the state of Victoria
  • search for an address, place name, locality or LGA
  • view aerial imagery for Victoria
  • view different basemaps
  • draw on and mark-up the map
  • measure dimensions easily by right-clicking on the map
  • identify features on the map
  • generate a Property Report
  • create and build your own map
  • access many other useful tools.

If you have any questions about Mapshare Vic please send an email to gis.helpdesk@delwp.vic.gov.au

VicPlan is an interactive mapping tool that provides location-based planning zone and overlay information. You can zoom and pan with ease, providing easy access to a range of planning and property information across a larger area.

VicPlan allows you to:

  • search for the planning information of a property or zoom out to browse the entire suburb
  • view aerial imagery for Victoria
  • draw on and mark-up the map
  • measure dimensions
  • apply a range of map layers
  • generate a Planning Property Report
  • create and build your own map
  • access many other useful tools.

If you have any questions about VicPlan please send an email to planning.support@delwp.vic.gov.au

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