• GEOPHYSICAL
    DATA LOGGING

    Casing and screen structural integrity issues can lead to
    significant losses of bore water production and efficiency.
    Geospatial Australia perform Casing Condition Assessments on
    both Artesian and sub Artesian bores.

  • FLOOD
    ASSESSMENTS

    Hydrology and Floodwater modelling is a requirement for many irrigators
    seeking approval under Section 92 of the Water Management Act 2000 for the
    development of on-farm infrastructure on or in the vicinity of a floodplain or
    watercourse that could impede, impound, restrict or redirect natural flows to or
    from a watercourse or across a floodplain.

  • HYDRO-GEOLOGICAL
    ASSESSMENTS

    The requirement to conduct a mine water assessment in the
    exploration to early feasibility stage usually has a dual purpose:
    focusing on initial engineering assessments and on environmental and
    social aspects.

  • LAND SURVEY &
    PROPERTY PLANNING

    We use the highest quality Leica Geosystems survey equipment
    to provide efficient and affordable surveying solutions.

  • GEOGRAPHIC
    INFORMATION
    SYSTEMS TRAINING
    Organisation and Analysis of Geospatial Data, including Modelling
    for Semi-Automated Processing.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL
    ASSESSMENTS
    Contact us today to discuss the impacts of the new
    Biodiversity and Conservation Act 2016 and the
    Local Land Services Ammendment Regulation 2017
    on your farming operation.
  • Crop Health Mapping
    & Variable Rate Mapping
    Our Smart Plane fits right in with precision farming,
    with our Nitrogen, Chlorophyll and Biomass indices
    farmers can diagnose problems, increase yields
    and reduce costs with ease.

What we do

Geospatial Australia is established as a spatial data analysis and data acquisition company in Central West New South Wales. Our modern business model is based on leveraging the advancements in technology for spatial data acquisition, processing and analysis.

Geospatial Australia collectively has over 140,000 hours of experience in ESRI ArcGIS Training (Advanced & Introductory), Spatial data analysis (including demographic and statistical data thus providing a spatial representation), Remote Sensing, Topographic Survey, Geophysical Logging, Data Interpretation and Reporting, Borehole and Mine Shaft CCTV Inspections, Water Quality Investigations and more.

We Produce high quality maps and datasets that comply with the Australian New Zealand Land Information Council Standards.

Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) Piloting (CASA Aircraft Registration Number (ARN): 1017747.

Check out our projects

Flood Modelling

GIS Training

Precision RTK Survey

Geophysical Assessments

Geophysical Data Logging.

Borehole geophysics is the science of recording and analysing measurements of physical properties made in cased groundwater bores or test holes. Probes that measure different properties are lowered into the borehole to collect continuous or point data that is graphically displayed as a geophysical log. Borehole geophysics is used in ground-water and environmental investigations to obtain information on well construction, rock lithology and fractures, permeability and porosity, and water quality. Check out what else we do in the Geophysical field.

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Hydrological & Hydraulic Assessments

Hydrology and Floodwater modelling

Hydrology and Floodwater modelling is a requirement for many irrigators seeking approval under Section 92 of the Water Management Act 2000for the development of on-farm infrastructure on or in the vicinity of a floodplain or watercourse that could impede, impound, restrict or redirect natural flows to or from a watercourse or across a floodplain. Geospatial Australia being centrally located to may Irrigation districts in NSW, with our understanding of agricultural processes coupled with a firm understanding of the regulators requirements, we have the ability understand the requirement completely to gain a positive outcome for both the regulator and the irrigator. Check out what else we do in the Hydrology field.

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Hydrogeological Assessments

Early Stage Hydrogeological Assessments

The requirement to conduct a mine water assessment in the exploration to early feasibility stage usually has a dual purpose: focusing on initial engineering assessments (dewatering, mine stability, water supply, overall water balance) and on environmental and social aspects, typically in the form of an ESIA (Environmental Social Impact Assessment) baseline study.

To meet these requirements it is often necessary to establish a common program of work, which involves developing an initial conceptual hydrogeological model (CHM), initiating a seasonal baseline water monitoring and sampling network, and implementing a preliminary hydrogeological testing program. Adopting a common work program to meet all objectives early in project development helps integrate and streamline the entire water assessment, so the findings can be assessed holistically. In other words, it saves on cost and time. 

Land Survey and Property Planning

GNSS GPS Survey for Plans of Works

Geospatial Australia utilises precision Leica GPS technology to produce infrastructure surveys and land surveys for uses such as Infrastructure Plans of Works used as supporting documentation for flood work applications under the NSW Water Management Act 2000. We also use high accuracy aerial survey to produce digital elevation models for drainage networks, run-off modelling, flood assessments and on farm water accounts balancing. Check out what else we do in the Land surveying and property planning fields.

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Our Trading Partners


Western Land Planning   Soil C Quest 2031   NSW Department of Industry   JPR Accountants   Coleambly Irrigation   CDM Smith   QLD Deptartment of Natural Resources and Mines   Tocal College   Tocal College


ADDRESS: 274 Macquarie Street,
Dubbo, NSW 2830 Australia

PHONE: +61 2 6885 2664

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