LISTmap allows users to view and create maps from hundreds of authoritative spatial datasets, and find out more about the information shown on those maps.
Spatial datasets include natural resources, roads, community facilities, property boundaries (cadastre), aerial imagery and survey information.
LISTmap is publicly available through your computer's web browser or via your mobile device.
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Property boundaries on LISTmap and their accuracy
LISTmap enables easy access to a wide range of information including the indicative location of property boundaries via the Cadastral Parcels layer .
The term property boundary is often interchanged with cadastre, cadastral parcel and land title to explain generally the same thing.
By combining the LISTmap 'Cadastral parcels' layer with other layers such as topographical maps or aerial imagery users can gain a general understanding of the location of property boundaries in relation to features on the ground.
As the information displayed in LISTmap is indicative only it should not and cannot be used as a basis of true boundary location and under no circumstance should it be used as a legal basis for boundary re-establishment, definition or other similar purpose.
Boundary creation is primarily a legal process and only a land surveyor listed in the Register of Surveyors is authorised to survey the location of a title boundary in Tasmania.
For more information on how differences may occur between the true location of boundaries and what is depicted in LISTmap go to Property boundaries on LISTMap