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Gippsland region map

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Select one of the options below. View the aquifer, the salinity or the yield of the upper, middle or lower aquifers.Guide to the water at certain levelsUpper (generally close to the surface, unconfined aquifers, salinity and yield can be highly variable, generally accessed for D&S), Middle(generally a little deeper, confined or semi confined aquifers, more reliable, generally accessed for agribusiness and commercial enterprises) &Lower(often very deep, confined aquifers, higher reliability, generally accessed for industrial or water supply purposes).
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Welcome to our maps.

To explore our maps simply open either or both of the menus along the top of the map and select the information you would like to see.

You may only choose one groundwater characteristic (aquifer, salinity or yield) at a time, but you may add as many of the other data layers (e.g D&S bores, licences bores, management units etc) as you like.

Click on layers or data points to see more information.

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Gippsland region map

To enhance your experience we have provided detailed information about the data presented on this map on the following pages:

How to use the map

This map allows you to see groundwater information across Southern Victoria. 

  1. Select the data layers that interest you, such as licences, D&S bores, observation bores or GMU boundaries. 
  2. Select a groundwater characteristic to see where the aquifers are and what the salinity or yield might be like in an aquifer group – upper, middle or lower (you can only choose of of these at a time)
  3. Clicking on some data points or area boundaries will provide you with more information or useful links.

Troubleshooting: If you are having trouble viewing or clicking on a layer, try zooming in one or two levels closer.  If you are still having trouble please contact us here.

Page last updated3rd August 2015
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