Ready-to-use Survey Plans

Perform searches by plan number. InfoTrackGo delivers the right Survey Plan at your convenience.
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What is a Survey Plan?

A survey plan provides important property details like bearings, distances and area for all parcels. 

If the dimensions of one parcel are similar to the adjacent lots, the measurements for an individual parcel may not be shown in the survey plan (eg: if lots 1 to 20 are all the same size, the dimensions may only be shown on lot 1).

When do you need a Survey Plan?

With a survey plan, you can easily identify landown ers and adjoining owners.

A survey plan depicts the pegs in the ground that are used to mark the lot boundaries of a property as well as the internal area within.

How can you get a Survey Plan?

InfoTrackGo sources the survey plan you need and delivers it to your email in a matter of minutes. Currently, we offer survey plans for New South Wales and Queensland properties. 

Just provide the plan number and we will handle the searching for you.

Please note that the information recorded on the plan may vary depending on when the survey was conducted.

Where do we get access to Survey Plans?

Our team at InfoTrackGo delivers land titles and different property documents like survey plans from all these authorised Australian land registries: This way, you can be confident that our quick searches and instant results are responsibly and accurately sourced only from reputable sources.

Authorised Australian Land Registries

Survey Plan FAQ

A survey plan (or registered plan) will indicate the pegs in the ground that are used to mark the lot boundaries of a property.

A survey plan (or registered plan) will indicate the pegs in the ground that are used to mark the lot boundaries of a property.

Sometimes an individual land parcel’s measurements will not be made available on the plan – this typically occurs where one parcel of land shares the same dimensions of another parcel in the same plan.