Sign In


Native Title Vision

Visualising native title matters

Native Title Vision (NTV) is a free online visualisation, mapping and query tool. All that is needed to use NTV is a computer connected to the internet, and a current web browser. NTV puts you in the driver's seat in exploring native title and brings together:
  • a geospatial view of the Registers and databases
  • overlays of administrative regions, non-freehold land parcels and resources tenure.
For queries directly related to NTV contact:​

Getting Access to NTV

Choose your state or territory of interest by sel​ecting from one of the maps below:
National Overview
​   National Overview
New South Wales
​  New South Wales
Northern Territory
​  Northern Territory
​  Queensland
South Australia
​  South Australia
Victoria & Tasmania
​  Victoria and Tasmania
Western Australia
​  Western Australia
Applications historical
  Applications - historical

Overlap Report

​You can now generate an overlap report from within NTV state based map applications. The overlap report will list native title matters overlapping a selected tenement, non freehold parcel, or location. Note that the report uses third party data and systems and you should always refer to the original doumentation for certainty.

NTV Quick Start Guide

The NTV Quick Start Guide will help you get up to speed with NTV quickly. You can visit our online help pages at the link below. There is also a downloadable and printable version available.

NTV Dashboard

The NTV Dashboard summarises counts of the matters shown in NTV. The dashboard is interactive, and you can click on the bars in the charts to filter both the results and the map.

NTV Dashboard
​  NTV Dashboard

NTV Apps, Maps and Web Services

NTV apps, maps, and ESRI REST web map services can all be accessed from a single location:


While the National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT) and the Native Title Registrar (Registrar) have exercised due care in ensuring the accuracy of the information provided, it is provided for general information only and on the understanding that neither the NNTT, the Registrar nor the Commonwealth of Australia is providing professional advice. Appropriate professional advice relevant to your circumstances should be sought rather than relying on the information provided. In addition, you must exercise your own judgment and carefully evaluate the information provided for accuracy, currency, completeness and relevance for the purpose for which it is to be used.
The information provided is often supplied by, or based on, data and information from external sources, therefore the NNTT and Registrar cannot guarantee that the information is accurate or up-to-date.
The NNTT and Registrar expressly disclaim any liability arising from the use of this information.
This information should not be relied upon in relation to any matters associated with cultural heritage.
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​