[AusNOG] Valid address database
MCurrie at austnet.com.au
Wed Apr 18 10:00:36 EST 2012
G-NAF is the way to go according to my contact that works in
GIS/mapping/geo at a local council.
From: Aaron Wigley <aaron.wigley at rea-group.com>
To:Thomas Jackson <thomas at thomax.com.au>, "AusNOG at lists.ausnog.net"
<AusNOG at lists.ausnog.net>
Date: 18/04/2012 9:36
Subject: Re: [AusNOG] Valid address database
On 18/04/12 9:07 AM, "Thomas Jackson" <thomas at thomax.com.au> wrote:
The search terms that you are after are Australia Post PAF
(Postal Address File) and Australia Post AMAS (Address Matching
The other search term you should be looking for is Geo-coded National
Address File (G-NAF). The PAF is mail-delivery focused, and will include
details of post-office boxes, locked boxes, etc. G-NAF is for physical
addresses. Then there is NEXIS, which incorporates both the G-NAF
dataset and cadastral property parcel information, amongst others.
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