Web services are released under open access licenses as part of the NSW Government Open Data Policy to support new and innovative uses of NSW Government information.
These services allow users to access the most up to date information without having to store and maintain it in their own systems or applications. The web services can be used in multiple ways, for example; direct use, mashups, mobile apps and spatial systems.
Consumption of these services and applications is aimed at advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) professional users with technical knowledge on web service development processes.
Access Web services for the following data sets:
NSW Base Map
NSW Points of Interest
NSW Administrative Boundaries
NSW Imagery Date
NSW Address Location Service
NSW Topographic Map
NSW Survey Control Management System (SCIMS)
Web Services are available through:
Using Web Services
To use Web Services, you need access to software which can communicate with the Web Services, such as an online web portal or a GIS application. The links below provide additional instructions on how to consume web services into commonly used spatial systems.
Web Services may also be used in your own custom GIS applications. Please refer to the Advanced User Guide for more advanced options.
By accessing any of available Spatial Web Services you acknowledge acceptance of Spatial Web Services Terms and conditions.
Data accessed through these Web Services are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution By Licence.
If you have any enquiries please contact us.