TENGRAPH® Online is a mapping system displaying the position of Western Australian mining tenements and petroleum titles in relation to other land information.
It gives a current and accurate picture of land under mining activity and is used to determine ground available for mineral exploration.
TENGRAPH® also provides direct access to these departmental systems:
Mineral Titles Online (Mining tenement), Petroleum and Geothermal Register (PGR), WAMEX (Mining tenement open file exploration reports), MINEDEX (Mine site and mineral deposit information).
Please Note: The Department of Mines and Petroleum ceased to be a Designated Authority under the Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2006 (OPGGSA06) on 1 January 2012.
No responsibility is therefore accepted for errors or omissions in displayed Commonwealth petroleum titles and pipelines in TENGRAPH. For all queries regarding administration of Commonwealth tenure refer to National Offshore Petroleum Titles Administrator (NOPTA) at website www.nopta.gov.au
Access to TENGRAPH® Online.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The above link to Tengraph Online has been updated. Please update any of your stored ‘Favorites Links’ to reflect the new web address.
This page provides answers to commonly asked questions about TENGRAPH Online.
Containing user manuals, descriptions of data sets, legend documents and index maps to help you use TENGRAPH Online.
Recent TENGRAPH Online enhancements include access to the Department’s new WAMEX system, mining tenement summary reports, information regarding abandoned mine sites and links to Google Maps.
A selection of demonstration videos, which provide a quick overview of the features of TENGRAPH.
To improve TENGRAPH performance, we have provided an option to display tenements without an in-fill pattern, to reduce the amount of data that is transmitted over the Internet.
This pages provides answers to common issues and problems you may have encountered whilst trying to use TENGRAPH Online.