City of Gold Coast Data Portal
Welcome to City of Gold Coast's Data Portal, providing access to all of our published open data.
The City's Open Data Portal can help you access our GIS data. With Open Data Portal, you can view it, map it, style it, chart it, download it or share it. How you use it is entirely up to you.
In support of the Queensland Government’s priority to ensure its information is publicly available through open data, providing Queenslanders with the opportunity to create applications, establish research programs, start new businesses and assist with improving government service delivery, City of Gold Coast is committed to providing easy and free access to its Open Data.
You can also request the publication of further datasets by emailing us at email@example.com
Find out more about the different types of datasets you can access:
Local government is responsible for providing a number of products and services to the community. To deliver these, the City uses a number of 'administration' datasets, such as suburb boundaries, divisional boundaries, land parcels and local government boundaries.
We are working to protect our landscapes and wildlife, recognising the critical importance of healthy and diverse natural environments in shaping a strong and sustainable future. The data used to support initiatives in this area includes information on fauna, flora and bushfire hazards.
The Gold Coast has more than 2200 parks covering 14,000 hectares, almost 700 playgrounds, over 380 barbecues and over 200 sports fields. This theme includes data about parks, barbecues, playgrounds, shelters, showers, tables, bins and other facilities within our parks and open spaces.
City planning is a critical tool in shaping the Gold Coast into a mature, world-class city. To perform this function efficiently a number of information sources are used including zones, building heights, minimum lot size, residential density, flood areas and other related planning material.
Stormwater is rainwater that runs off surfaces such as lawns, roads, rooves, car parks and natural ground surfaces. We maintain stormwater infrastructure to prevent flooding. Datasets that to manage stormwater, including drainage pipes, pits, detention basins, are available here.
To provide a balanced transport system with managed road space, infrastructure for cycling and walking, extensions of the rail network and improved bus services, we use the following datasets for transport planning: road segments, pram ramps, road closures, vehicle access, kerb and channel. These are available here.
To protect our community’s health and lifestyle and help build future prosperity, we are responsible for providing safe, reliable water and sewerage services, in cooperation with South East Queensland Water (Seqwater). This theme contains datasets such as the pipe network and hydrant locations.
data.gov.au provides an easy way to find, access and reuse public data. We encourage you to use government data to analyse, mashup and develop tools and applications to benefit all Australians.
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