EDM baseline certificates and links

The Surveying and Spatial Information Regulation 2017 requires surveyors to verify their Electronic Distance Measuring (EDM) equipment in relation to the State Primary Standard of measurement, in the form of pillared testlines or baselines, at least once each year and immediately after service and repair.

For more information see the Surveyor Generals Directions No. 5 - Verification of Distance Measuring Equipment (PDF 1.2 MB).

The EDM Baseline Booking System is now available online.

Download the EDM Calibration Recording Sheet (PDF 31.5 KB)

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Armidale Testline (PDF 216.0 KB) Armidale Reg13 Cert (PDF 169.2 KB)
Bankstown Testline
Bankstown Reg13 Cert 
Bankstown Testline is closed. Please use an alternate facility such as Lethbridge Park baseline for your EDM calibration.
Coffs Harbour Baseline (PDF 255.6 KB) Coffs Harbour Reg13 Cert (PDF 122.4 KB)
Dubbo Baseline (PDF 228.9 KB) Dubbo Reg13 Cert (PDF 131.6 KB)
Eglinton Baseline (PDF 216.8 KB) Eglinton Reg13 Cert (PDF 122.3 KB)
Kingscliff Baseline (PDF 223.0 KB) Kingscliff Reg13 Cert (PDF 122.3 KB)
Lethbridge Park Baseline (PDF 232.3 KB) Lethbridge Park Reg13 Cert (PDF 205.8 KB)
Nowra Testline (PDF 228.3 KB) Nowra Reg13 Cert (PDF 131.6 KB)
Seaham Baseline (PDF 232.6 KB) Seaham Reg13 Cert (PDF 206.1 KB)
Ulan Coal Baseline (PDF 227.3 KB)
Ulan Coal access and WHS documents (PDF 861.7 KB)
Ulan Coal Reg13 Cert (PDF 122.4 KB)
Wagga Testline (PDF 826.9 KB) Wagga Reg13 Cert (PDF 98.2 KB)
Wollongong Testline (PDF 238.5 KB) Wollongong Reg13 Cert (PDF 131.7 KB)

 

The Waston, ACT Baseline may be utilised by NSW surveyors for the calibration of their EDM instruments.