As of 1 January 2015, the functions of the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure have been incorporated into three new departments:
Find your local council
To find contact details, demographic and general information about your local council visit these pages.
Information about land titles, property data, valuations, land surveying and naming places in Victoria.
Find out about how the department provides statutory and strategic guidance about our planning system.
Information about Victoria's 79 local councils and how we work with them.
Find out about transport planning and projects being delivered by the department.
Find out about how we maximise the economic and social benefits of the sports and recreation sector.
Find out about how our cultural heritage places and objects are protected.
Your one-stop-shop when applying for a grant.
Find out about the department, its ministers and corporate news.
The department prepares a range of bulletins, datasets, publications and reports across a range of topics. .
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- Plan your journey
- Find a local council
- Get planning scheme information
- Download a planning permit form
- Get involved in planning
- Find a grant
- Search for a title or property certificate
- Find property transaction forms, guides and fees
- Access Electronic Conveyancing
- Access planning permits and subdivision applications (SPEAR)
- Find land and survey spatial information
News and Events
26 November 2015
The Victorian Government's new Know Your Council website is an accessible, easy to understand online resource that helps the community.
22 October 2015
The Victorian Government has released a Plan Melbourne refresh discussion paper to bring together community and industry voices about how we plan for growth across our city.
8 September 2015
The Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning is conducting a review of Melbourne’s central city built form over the next 12 months.
25 August 2015
The first foreign war cemetery established in Australia has been added to the Victorian Heritage Register.
25 August 2015
The house where Ned Kelly lived as a child is one of several recently amended heritage registration designed to provide greater protection for these places.
Page last reviewed on 3 October 2014