NSW BioNet

gateway to NSW biodiversity information

Central Netted Dragon, Ctenophorus nuchalis © Philip Gleeson

NSW BioNet is the repository for biodiversity data products managed by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). 

BioNet aims to improve biodiversity outcomes by enabling the community and government to proactively manage and enhance biodiversity in NSW through comprehensive, credible and robust information. 


Getting started 

BioNet is made up of a number of data collections. Refer to the links under 'Data collections' for more information. These collections are mostly contained within two core applications; BioNet Atlas and BioNet Vegetation Classification

In addition to these applications, biodiversity information can also be accessed via:

You can submit your own sightings records to BioNet Atlas. Learn more about contributing.

How to access BioNet Atlas

The BioNet Atlas application contains the following data collections:

  • Species Sightings
  • Systematic Surveys
  • Threatened Biodiversity
  • Species Names.

Public access

Public users, please click on the relevant link below to search the BioNet Atlas and interrogate the Systematic flora survey data collection:

Login access

OEH staff, licensed users and registered users:  

Non-OEH staff and new users can apply for a Sensitive Species data loginexternal link to the BioNet Atlas system. This will provide you with:

  • access to additional system functionality (e.g. in order to upload spreadsheets of species sightings, or to use the data analysis function in the Systematic Flora survey data collection); or
  • access to more detailed location information about sensitive threatened species than is available on this public site (conditions apply). BioNet Atlas data is made available according to the Office of Environment and Heritage's sensitive species data policyexternal link

How to access BioNet Vegetation Classification

The BioNet Vegetation Classification application contains the following data collections:

  • Vegetation Classification (Plant Community Types, Vegetation Classes and Formations)
  • NSW Landscapes.

Anyone can register online as a public user, which will allow them to search the database, produce reports and export data. 

 

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Page last updated: 06 July 2018