South Hedland Agreement Area (Unregistered) (LGATE-213)

South Hedland Agreement Area (Unregistered) This is a provisional dataset. © Western Australian Land Information Authority (Landgate). Use of Landgate data is subject to Personal Use License terms and conditions unless otherwise authorised under approved License terms and conditions.

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Data and Resources

Additional Info

Field Value
Data Portal
Data Homepage https://services.slip.wa.gov.au/arcgis/rest/services/Landgate_Restricted_Services/Native_Title/MapServer/9
Author Graphic Services, Landgate
Maintainer Graphic Services, Landgate
Theme Natural Resources
Geospatial Theme Boundaries
Published on
Data last updated on 2018-04-17
Update Frequency
Temporal coverage from
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Digital Object Identifier
Citation Graphic Services, Landgate
Geospatial Source Projection
Dataset Coverage

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