Locating spatial data can be difficult. Please don’t hesitate to contact Map Collection staff for assistance if you are having difficulty finding something in particular. This guide is not intended to cover all resources available, but rather list the most commonly requested and updated regularly.
Other guides and resources are available from the Map Collection Homepage
University library services are now available through virtual delivery. In-person services at library buildings across all campuses are closed from midnight Tuesday 24 March until further notice.
Over the past three years, concept design work and site preparation to develop a world-class student precinct has been in progress in the south east corner of the Parkville campus – the New Student Precinct project. 2020 marks the beginning of the next and more intensive phase of this project.
From 28 June 2020 until end September 2021 Eastern Resource Centre will be inaccessible to all staff and students due to redevelopment as part of the New Student Precinct project. Work has begun to identify and relocate ERC collections to off-site storage. These items will still be findable and requestable via the Library Catalogue. For more information on how to request items please visit our updates and advice for students webpage.
Essential resources for students during this period will be located in other libraries on Parkville campus. All other ERC resources will be located in off-site storage and accessible via online request form to all staff and students.
For further information on the NSP project, please see the new student precinct webpage.
Some historical maps in the Library Map Collection
This is not an exhaustive list and these maps are not online, but are hardcopy only located for use in the Map Collection. For further assistance contact the Map Collection
For PC users UniMelb students can get ESRI ArcGIS for remote installation on personal devices from https://studentit.unimelb.edu.au/software. Click on ArcGIS in the app list and follow the instructions.
Alternatively, use the online UniApps version from any computer operating system. Remember to save your work out of MyUniApps as it deletes everything on logging out.