About the Queensland Spatial Information Council

The Queensland Spatial Information Council's primary role is to facilitate a community of forums for the Queensland spatial industry.

The main objective of these forums is to:

  • assist in the governance and co-ordination of Queensland's spatial information
  • encourage innovative thinking, idea sharing and strategic discussion
  • create community awareness and understanding of spatial information.

Spatial imagery

The Department of Resources coordinates spatial imagery acquisition projects for government and industry use. These projects are funded by a subscription plan which is managed by the department for the acquisition and distribution of imagery.

The Queensland Spatial Information Council (QSIC) provides support to the Spatial Imagery Working Group, which operates as a forum for spatial imagery users to discuss the use of spatial imagery in Queensland and provide input into spatial imagery policies, acquisition program and management strategies.

For any enquiries about the spatial imagery acquisition program, contact the Spatial Help Centre.

Open data

The Queensland Government collects, generates and uses data to deliver real benefits to the community and the economy. To ensure that all Queenslanders can benefit from and make use of government data, the government has released as much of it as possible, free for use. It provides the core of spatial information released under Queensland's open data policy.

The Queensland Spatial Catalogue – QSpatial provides public access to open spatial data.

For more information or enquiries about open data, contact the Open Data Team.

Our partners

QSIC partners and collaborates with relevant industry organisations including: