Open access to Tasmania’s historic aerial imagery

By on 28 September, 2022

Historic aerial image showing the 1957 Royal Hobart Regatta. Courtesy Land Tasmania.

Land Tasmania has released a new version of its Aerial Photo Viewer (APV), which enables people to search, view and download free of charge, images from the extensive aerial record of Tasmania managed by the agency.

The images span the period from 1945 to the present, and both historic and newly captured imagery is continually being added.

Land Tasmania says the new APV is aimed at meeting an increasing demand for access to its historical imagery library.

The web-based map application includes revised indexes, extensive digital image tiles and new help documentation.

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