provides a digital representation of each building, comprising a two-dimensional roof outline, and for urban areas, 3D attributes such as eave height and maximum roof height. Additional building features such as zoning, solar panels, adjacent swimming pools and roof materials, and linkages with address, cadastre and other geospatial foundations enable rich analytical insights. Geoscape contains a pixel representation of areas identified from source imagery as tree coverage, including a tree height value for each 2m x 2m cell. Building data also includes maximum height values for all trees that intersect with the building. Geoscape surface cover is classified into 11 different types, such as grass, trees, water, bare earth and road. This raster dataset contains two variations; one a high-resolution (2m) dataset representing surface cover within urban areas, the other a national 30m resolution dataset representing surface cover across all of Australia.
Geoscape data is available in raw form, enhanced form, modelled insights, or as part of a bespoke solution.
Watch this short video to learn more: This is GEOSCAPE