Crown land is land that is owned by the government.
It makes up about one-third of Victoria and is used by a range of people from families who visit local parks and reserves to developers who use it for major projects such as freeways.
You can identify Crown land and determine its status through LANDATA.
A Crown land status report records the current legal status of a single parcel of Crown land and any changes from the date of entry in the database. You can also obtain a Crown land status report by visiting the Land Information Centre at 570 Bourke St, Melbourne.