Esri Basemaps – October update for Tasmania (Part 1)


Thanks to Land Tasmania, we have started to bring some of their authoratative datasets (theList) into the Esri Basemaps.

This first iteration included:

  • National Parks
  • State Reserves
  • Forests
  • Ioenspaces
  • Local Parks
  • Sports Fields
  • Tennis Courts/Hardcourts
  • Golf Courses
  • Building Footprints
  • Refresh of the Parcels

A second iteration will focus in on additional layers such as the coastline, estuaries, hydrographic features and more. This will come at a later time.

Take a look at the Esri Basemap and do some zooming around Tasmania to see the new content. These basemaps support offline workflows if you require these basemaps in the field.

Pictures beat words here, so:

Devonport
Tasmania
Bridport
Geeveston
Triabunna

Prefer to change the styling? Want to remove labels or make the national parks bright purple? Go ahead and change the style to your hearts desire.

You can of course register the detailed basemaps from theList (several styles, and available as Esri REST endpoints) with your ArcGIS Online/Enterprise. This blog post has more information, but reach out in the comments if you need more info on how to achieve this.

If your organisation would like to participate in the basemap contribution process feel free to reach out to me on LinkedIn.

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