TENGRAPH Web is a spatial enquiry and mapping system displaying the position of Western Australian mining tenements and petroleum titles in relation to other land information. It provides a current and accurate picture of land under mining activity and is used to determine ground that is available for mineral exploration.
With the introduction of Tengraph Web, Tengraph Online will be decommissioned Friday 13th December 2019.
Welcome to the new version of TENGRAPH Web. This version of TENGRAPH Web looks very similar to the previous version but brings with it a number of new features and capabilities that include:
- Support for desktops, tablets and handhelds
- Operates on Windows, Android and IOS
- Supports multiple internet browsers (HTML5 compliant)
- No plugins required
- Integrated Geolocation support
- Improved performance
- Familiar interface with functional changes to support multiple devices
NOTE: Tengraph Web (Silverlight version) was decommissioned on Friday 29th November 2019.
Visit About TENGRAPH Web for troubleshooting, help videos and supporting documents
With the introduction of TENGRAPH Web, TENGRAPH Online will be decommissioned Friday 13th December 2019.
The TENGRAPH Online system has been a valuable source of mining related information since 1994.
TENGRAPH Online has served the mining industry well but with an aging infrastructure, TENGRAPH Web will eventually replace it.
Visit About TENGRAPH Online for troubleshooting, help videos and supporting documents.
For general help in using the TENGRAPH systems and interpreting mining tenement information contact the Mining Information Centre or your regional mining registrar’s office.
Mining Information Centre
Phone: +61 (08) 9222 3626
For TENGRAPH access and technical issues please contact the Department’s IT Service Desk
IT Service Desk
Phone: +61 8 9222 0777