4609.4.55.001 - Land Account: South Australia, Experimental Estimates, 2006 - 2011  
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MAPS


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Map 1 - Land value grid for 2006
Map 1 - Land value grid for 2006

Source: SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 2 - Land value grid for 2011
Map 2 - Land value grid for 2011

Source: SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 3 - Opening stock 2006 of Residential land use in dollars ($) per hectare (ha)

  • Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges $1.2 million/ha
  • Alinytjara Wilurara $0/ha
  • Eyre Peninsula $151,000/ha
  • Kangaroo Island $39,600/ha
  • Northern and Yorke $123,900/ha
  • South Australian Arid Lands $106,700/ha
  • South Australian Murray Darling $90,500/ha
  • South East $115,100/ha
Map showing opening stock 2006 of Residential land use in dollars ($) per hectare (ha)
Source: SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 4 - Closing stock 2011 of Residential land use in dollars ($) per hectare (ha)

  • Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges $1.7 million/ha
  • Alinytjara Wilurara $0/ha
  • Eyre Peninsula $228,100/ha
  • Kangaroo Island $44,800/ha
  • Northern and Yorke $210,100/ha
  • South Australian Arid Lands $221,500/ha
  • South Australian Murray Darling $123,400/ha
  • South East $152,100/ha
Map showing closing stock 2011 of Residential land use in dollars ($) per hectare (ha)
Source: SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 5 - Net change in rateable value of land used for Extractive Industry and Infrastructure/Utilities between 2006 to 2011

  • Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges +$515 million
  • Alinytjara Wilurara +$7,000
  • Eyre Peninsula +$12 million
  • Kangaroo Island +$0.7 million
  • Northern and Yorke +$19 million
  • South Australian Arid Lands +$2 million
  • South Australian Murray Darling +$24 million
  • South East +$9 million
Map showing net change in rateable value of land used for Extractive Industries & Infrastructure and Utilities between 2006 to 2011
Source: SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 6 - Net change in area of land used for National Parks, Conservation Areas, Forest Reserves and Natural Water Reserves between 2006 to 2011

  • Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges -900 ha
  • Alinytjara Wilurara +4,400 ha
  • Eyre Peninsula -1,900 ha
  • Kangaroo Island +2,200 ha
  • Northern and Yorke +1,000 ha
  • South Australian Arid Lands +145,200 ha
  • South Australian Murray Darling +8,200 ha
  • South East +20,400 ha
Map showing net change in area of land used for National Parks, Conservation Areas, Forest Reserves and Natural Water Reserves between 2006 to 2011
Source: SA Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and Department of Environment Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 7 - Physical change in Wetlands land cover between 2005-06 and 2010-11
Map showing locations where the land cover class Wetlands has increased, decreased or remained constant

Source: Geoscience Australia (GA), Department of Environment and Public Sector Mapping Agency (PSMA) Commonwealth of Australia, 2015


Map 8 - Physical change in Rainfed Pasture land cover between 2005-06 and 2010-11
Map showing locations where the land cover class Wetlands has increased, decreased or remained constant

Source: Geoscience Australia (GA), Department of Environment and Public Sector Mapping Agency (PSMA) Commonwealth of Australia, 2015