Eurobodalla Public GIS

This map tool has been designed to make it possible for users to search for a property and display various mapping layers from the Eurobodalla Local Environmental Plan 2011.

Once you have agreed to the ‘Terms of Use’ you can access the mapping tool.

Map layers are turned on or off by clicking in the square box next to the map name. A small tick appears. How quickly a map layer turns on or off will depend on the speed of the internet connection available. If at any time you cannot see the map properly, use the map refresh button. Hover over the top of a button to see its function. A description of tool functions is shown below.

 

To turn mapping layers on and off, simply click in the small box next to the name of the mapping layer (highlighted by a blue box). When the layer is on a tick will appear in the box. How long the mapping layer takes to appear will depend on the speed of the internet connection. It is an idea to have one or two layers on at any one time too many layers turned on at once could become confusing. If nothing appears when a layer is turned on, then either refresh the map or there is no mapping information available at that location and you may have to zoom out too see it. The yellow folder icon will turn layers underneath it on or off. Different layers will be available depending on how far you zoom in or out. You can scroll the mouse to zoom in or out also.

To find out what LEP map number represents which area turn on the ‘LEP Map Grid layer when the map is at ‘whole shire’ zoom level. To get back to this level at any time use the button.

If the map hangs, or is not responding, refresh the browser window (not the map window), or close it and open it again.

 

Click on this tool when you want to take the map back to the original ‘Whole Shire’ view.

Click on this tool to zoom in to the map.

Click on this tool to zoom out on the map.

Click on this tool to take you back to a previous zoom level. For example if you zoom in and want to go back to the zoom previous click this button.

Use this tool to click and drag a window to zoom into an area of interest. Hold down the left mouse button and drag a window to the right over an area of interest.

Use this Pan tool to move the map around the screen. Click on this tool, move the mouse to the map screen. Click and hold the left mouse button and ‘Pan’ the map around. Like putting your hand on a sheet of paper and sliding it.

Use this tool to select objects in the screen. Click on the tool and click in the map. If a feature is selectable it will highlight in the map and information will appear in the ‘Properties’ window on the bottom left of the screen.

Click on this tool to clear a selection from the map window. When a feature is highlighted in the map screen, clicking on this tool will ‘clear’ the selection.

Use this tool to search for a property by Lot or DP. Simply type part or all of a Lot or DP into the window and hit enter. A list of all records found will be displayed. Click on the appropriate record and it will be displayed in the map. Close the window when finished.

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Use this tool to search for a property by Address. Simply type part or all of an Address into the window and hit enter. A list of all records found will be displayed. Click on the appropriate record and it will be displayed in the map. Close the window when finished.

Click on this tool to refresh the map. For example if you turn on the Aerial Photos, click on this tool to display them. If the map is idle for some time you will have to use the internet browser refresh button to refresh the entire map.

This tool allows you to obtain a print of the current view. It will bring up a window in which you have a few options. You can give the map a title by typing it in the box, a map legend for the layer that is showing in the map. Note it is probably an idea to have only 1 or 2 layers ticked on in the map at any time. You can also show a north arrow. Click the Create Page button to display the map and print it from there.

The help button displays this page.

 

 

 

If you have any problems or recommendations for this mapping tool, send an email to council@eurocoast.nsw.gov.au