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  • We are thrilled to announce that Land Dimensions has officially opened a new office in Launceston Tasmania.  This marks a significant milestone in our journey and we’re grateful for the support of our staff and clientele over the past 20 years that has brought us to this exciting moment.  We are now looking forward to servicing the local community and building new connections as land surveyors in Launceston.

  • The directors at Land Dimensions recently attended HxGN Live Global 2023 in Las Vegas Nevada.  The event provided valuable insights into the capability and use of Leica Geosystems products especially in the field of reality capture.  Many of the sessions in the conference were very thought provoking and highly relevant to the future direction of Land Dimensions.

  • A massive thankyou to all the LD staff for all their hard work throughout 2022.  It was a fantastic night out which everybody thoroughly enjoyed. Looking forward to another big year ahead in 2023.

  • Our training agreement candidates recently attended an interactive workshop on rural boundary determinations and rural case studies.  The workshop proved to be an invaluable experience for our young surveyors who are on their path to becoming Licensed Land Surveyors. A thank you to the presenters and to the organizers Consulting Surveyors Victoria for offering these training modules to our candidates.

  • A 3d laser scan was performed on a detailed and complex residential dwelling. The laser scan produced a point cloud which is a dataset containing millions of points with accurate 3 dimensional coordinates. The point cloud was then transformed into a 3D revit model for our client.

  • The Office of Surveyor-General Victoria released a new version of the Victorian Cadastral Surveys Practice Directives, July 2021. One of the significant changes relates to the connection of cadastral surveys to the national coordinate datum, Map Grid of Australia 2020 (MGA2020).

  • Who says Licensed Surveyors just measure land.   We recently had the task of measuring the height of a Giant Gnome.  Using our laser instruments, we were able to measure the height to within 1mm and officially certify its height for approval with the Guinness World Records.  We also measured its shoe size which came in at US283!  The Giant Gnome will be on show in the Frankston area where it will remain until it goes to the McClelland Sculpture Park.

  • Land Dimensions recently completed a Feature & Level Survey of a section of Victoria’s coastline around the 12 Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell.  Our surveyors spent 3 weeks on site taking over 14,000 measurements over an area of approximately 122 hectares.  They witnessed some stunning scenery including this classic shot of one of our GPS rovers with the 12 Apostles back drop.   A survey they will never forget!

  • The Victorian Government is investing $45 million to upgrade the digital cadastre and Land Dimensions is proud to be involved in this exciting project.  Our wealth of  knowledge from our expert Licensed Surveyors will be used in the cadastral back capture phase which has recently commenced.  For more information on the project, please visit: Digital Cadastre Modernisation Project

  • Initial survey work has commenced on the exciting new Pace development alongside Flemington Racecourse.  Our surveyors were in full swing surveying the site and surrounding area including taking some accurate levels over the race track.  A fantastic day for our surveyors especially for those who love the races!

  • Sales are well under way on the new community development Pace of Sunshine North. Construction is tipped to commence by mid next year and Land Dimensions is excited to be involved in this project.

  • Land Dimensions supports the fight against Motor Neurone Disease by sponsoring “Team Brookie” in the 2018 Stadium Stomp held at the MCG. In memory of Brooke.

  • Land Use Victoria (LUV) announce improved time frames for registering subdivision plans of 10 or more lots. As stated by LUV, “Under the new process, the target registration time for subdivision plans containing 10 lots or more will be 5 business days instead of the standard registration period of 15 days from lodgment”.

  • Land Dimensions successfully delivers a 3D model of the entire Target Department Store in Melbourne’s CBD. View the project here.

  • Top Property is a documentary television series which aired on Foxtel in 2016. The tv series aimed to inspire Australians into renovating or building their own home, informing the audience on ‘how to’ perform a building renovation and highlighting the savings that can be achieved by project managing the building process and ‘Doing it Yourself’ where possible. Land Dimensions were a sponsor of Top Property and were involved in the television series as the Land Surveyor.