OPPIS interface


The on-line property planning and information system (OPPIS) provides graziers, land managers and regional bodies with the data and mapping tools to develop accurate digital property plans and infrastructure maps across the Rangelands.

Users have secure on-line access to spatial data such as high-resolution time series satellite and ground cover imagery. They can use this data to analyse land condition, property utilisation and plan for further infrastructure. They also have the ability to capture information from the field, using handheld devices such as GPS and smartphones.

This customised and easy to use mapping, reporting and analysis tool allows land managers to analyse the condition of their properties over time, and better understand their long-term carrying capacity and pasture utilisation. OPPIS boosts productivity and sustainability by arming land manager with the best data available, so you can make good strategic plans for grazing development.


downloadTrim the OPPIS Fact Sheet or   

downloadTrim  the Remote Sensing Fact Sheet. 

downloadTrim the NRM Spatial Hub user guide

We’ve also been evaluating a very high-resolution satellite imagery web map service called DigitalGlobe which could greatly enhance the primary task of mapping property infrastructure, which is a vital tool in property planning and management processes.

Click on the image examples below to see how the service is able to provide further support the NRM Spatial Hub program.

Image A : Shows a typical scene of a cattle yard and associated water infrastructure.


Image B : Shows the mapping property infrastructure data such as water, yards and fences.


Image C : Shows the interaction that OPPIS has with property infrastructure data and the grazing circles analysis.


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Our Partners

The NRM Spatial Hub project is supported through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme and other significant cash and in-kind support from Meat and Livestock Australia and other partners, including:

The Rangelands Alliance members comprising of 14 NRM Regional Bodies; the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI); the Queensland Remote Sensing Centre, the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, the NT Departments of Primary Industries and Land Resource Management, and multiple other organisations across Australia.