GSWA publications and maps

The Geological Survey of Western Australia (GSWA) publishes a vast amount of pre-competitive geoscience information on the State, contributing to billions of dollars’ worth of resources for exploration and development.

Using eBookshop

Most products are available as a free download. Please see the help section for details about accessing the products on eBookshop. If you have further questions, please email the bookshop for more information.

Geoscience publications (in eBookshop)

Using GeoVIEW.WA

Search GeoVIEW.WA to find GSWA products associated with a geographic region of Western Australia. Select your area of interest and a list of products relating to that area will be returned.

Interactive geological map (GeoVIEW.WA)

Using online catalogue

Catalogue of Geoscience Products 1980-2009
Cover of Catalogue of pre-1980 geological publications

Catalogue of geoscience products 1980–2009 lists all books, maps and digital packages published between 1980 and 2009. It includes:

  • detailed index maps
  • 1:2 500 000 to 1:50 000 series maps — geological, geochemical, geophysical, urban and environmental
  • all other project maps at various scales published since 1970
  • listings of all publications.

Catalogue of pre-1980 geological publications lists all books published between 1898 and 1979.

Note: These publications are no longer maintained because of our online search facility. However, some customers find them useful so they have been included here for reference.

GSWA indexes

Other ways of accessing information

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To stay up to date with the latest news, new products and services such as geophysics releases, workshops, events and latest releases, subscribe to our GSWA eNewsletter.

To have a hard copy of our quarterly newsletter ‘Fieldnotes’ mailed to you, please email publications@dmp.wa.gov.au and provide your name and physical address.

Contact
For more information contact:
publications@dmp.wa.gov.au