The VVG Project
The major focus of the research project is to provide easy access to all of the groundwater bore data
This project brings together a unique collaboration of 16 regional, state, national and international organisations
building the capability to dynamically federate distributed...
extending the project into new and innovative areas where possible
To achieve the vision, the collaborators will build on and share their current infrastructure
About the data
Web-portal currently displays data for all of Victoria
Download the raw data via our CKAN catalogue
History of bore data
The first comprehensive groundwater bore database was assembled by the Geological Survey of Victoria (GSV) in the late 1960s
When electronic databases were introduced, the Parish - bore number was encoded into a 10-digit bore number that comprised
At the request of the VVG project, the State Library of Victoria (SLV) have digitised the records of Victorian Government drilling from 1879 to 1965...
Uncommon words found through out the site
dynamic map is an interactive spatial interface to the underlying information
An extensive User Guide has been created to assist you with exploring the full potential of the site
The VVG portal contains extensive information on nearly 300,000 bores across the state of Victoria
The VVG project is an important element of the broader aims of research at Federation University Australia
A formal agreement QUT has been signed with QUT to collaborative on web-based 3D visualisation research
Conference abstracts and papers
Search and access over 1,589 groundwater and other related resources
News and updates
Latest media and updates from the VVG project team.
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