4609.0.55.001 - Land Account: Great Barrier Reef Region, Experimental Estimates, 2014  
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MAPS

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Map 1 - Net change in rateable value of land used for Livestock Grazing between 2009 and 2013

  • Burdekin -$218 million
  • Burnett Mary +$545 million
  • Fitzroy -$760 million
  • Mackay Whitsunday +$17 million
  • Wet Tropics +$77 million

Map showing net change in rateable value of land used for Livestock grazing. Wet Tropics, Mackay Whitsunday and Burnett Mary show increases while Burdekin and Fitzroy have decreased.
Source: State of Queensland, NRM regions – Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Based on or contains data provided by the State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) [2009 and 2013]. In consideration of the State permitting use of this data you acknowledge and agree that the State gives no warranty in relation to the data (including accuracy, reliability, completeness, currency or suitability) and accepts no liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential damage) relating to any use of the data. Data must not be used for direct marketing or be used in breach of the privacy laws.

Map 2 - Net change in land area used for Livestock Grazing between 2009 and 2013

  • Burdekin -185,600 hectares
  • Burnett Mary +78,300 hectares
  • Fitzroy +657,500 hectares
  • Mackay Whitsunday +6,600 hectares
  • Wet Tropics -128,100 hectares

Map showing net change in land area used for Livestock grazing. Fitzroy, Mackay Whitsunday and Burnett Mary show increases while Burdekin and Wet Tropics have decreased.

Source: State of Queensland, NRM regions – Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Based on or contains data provided by the State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) [2009 and 2013]. In consideration of the State permitting use of this data you acknowledge and agree that the State gives no warranty in relation to the data (including accuracy, reliability, completeness, currency or suitability) and accepts no liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential damage) relating to any use of the data. Data must not be used for direct marketing or be used in breach of the privacy laws.

Map 3 - Percentage net change in rateable value of land used for Agricultural Cropping between 2009 and 2013

  • Burdekin +$44 million
  • Burnett Mary +$188 million
  • Fitzroy -$54 million
  • Mackay Whitsunday +$20 million
  • Wet Tropics +$206 million

Map showing net change in rateable value of land used for Agricultural Cropping. Wet Tropics, Mackay Whitsunday, Burdekin and Burnett Mary show increases while Fitzroy has decreased.

Source: State of Queensland, NRM regions – Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Based on or contains data provided by the State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) [2009 and 2013]. In consideration of the State permitting use of this data you acknowledge and agree that the State gives no warranty in relation to the data (including accuracy, reliability, completeness, currency or suitability) and accepts no liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential damage) relating to any use of the data. Data must not be used for direct marketing or be used in breach of the privacy laws.

Map 4 - Percentage net change in land area used for Agricultural Cropping between 2009 and 2013

  • Burdekin -12,000 hectares
  • Burnett Mary -35,000 hectares
  • Fitzroy -53,000 hectares
  • Mackay Whitsunday -19,100 hectares
  • Wet Tropics -22,700 hectares

Map showing net change in land area used for Agricultural Cropping. All Natural Resource Management areas have decreased.

Source: State of Queensland, NRM regions – Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Based on or contains data provided by the State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) [2009 and 2013]. In consideration of the State permitting use of this data you acknowledge and agree that the State gives no warranty in relation to the data (including accuracy, reliability, completeness, currency or suitability) and accepts no liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential damage) relating to any use of the data. Data must not be used for direct marketing or be used in breach of the privacy laws.

Map 5 - Physical change in Trees - Open land cover between 2008-09 and 2010-11

Map showing locations where the land cover class Trees - Open has increased, decreased or remained constant.

Source: Dynamic Land Cover Dataset v2 (beta) - Geoscience Australia Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Map 6 - Physical change in Trees - Sparse land cover between 2008-09 and 2010-11

Map showing locations where the land cover class Trees - Sparse has increased, decreased or remained constant.


Source: Dynamic Land Cover Dataset v2 (beta) - Geoscience Australia Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Map 7 - Physical change in Tussock Grasses - Closed land cover between 2008-09 and 2010-11

Map showing locations where the land cover class Tussock Grasses - Closed has increased, decreased or remained constant.

Source: Dynamic Land Cover Dataset v2 (beta) - Geoscience Australia Commonwealth of Australia, 2014

Map 8 - Physical change in Wetlands land cover between 2008-09 and 2010-11

Map showing locations where the land cover class Wetlands has increased, decreased or remained constant.

Source: Dynamic Land Cover Dataset v2 (beta) - Geoscience Australia Commonwealth of Australia, 2014