PSMA Australia continued to enhance its core group of five datasets being:

  • CadLite
  • G-NAF
  • Transport & Topography
  • Postcode Boundaries
  • Administrative Boundaries

G-NAF key statistics summary

Nationally, the May 2019 update of G-NAF shows an increase of 46,811 addresses overall which equates to an increase of 0.32%. The total number of addresses in G-NAF now stands at 14,655,038 of which 13,902,034 or 94.86% are principal.

Other key statistics:

  • The Geocode reliability for ‘within address site’ plus ‘near or possibly within address site’ statistic for G-NAF principal addresses is now 96.84% address level an increase of 0.22% since the February 2019 release
  • Confidence 2 addresses has increased by 55,816 representing  67.16% of principal addresses

Cadlite key statistics summary

The May 2019 data release of CadLite includes updates to both the Cadastre and Property themes in all jurisdictions.

  • Nationally, this update of Cadastre includes:
    • 14,956,774 polygon features – an increase of 37,614 parcels (0.25%) from the previous release
    • 2,293,853 point features – an increase of 210,412 points (9.2 %) from the previous release
  • The Property Layer includes:
    • 11,751,583 polygon features – an increase of 159,963 parcels (1.36%) from the previous release
    • 509,330 point features – a decrease of 7,090 points (1.4%) from the previous release

Transport & Topography key statistics summary

There are now 2,777,286 km of roads within the Transport & Topography dataset.  This has increased overall by 267 km since February 2019.