The Auto-generated 1:25000 Topographic Map Series is a series of hardcopy topographic maps covering eastern NSW that have been created using computerised scripting and fundamental spatial data held by Land and Property Information (LPI) . These maps are created at a scale of 1:25000, where 1 cm on the map represents 250 m. The data is extracted from Land and Property Information (LPI)’s Digital Topographic Database (DTDB). The maps represent the State’s topographic features, including natural, physical and cultural aspects. All maps are accompanied by either an orthophoto captured through LPI’s aerial photography program or a satellite image sourced from SPOT 5 sensors. For more information on the DTDB and definitions of each feature class, feature instance and their attributes please refer to the LPI DTDB Data Dictionary and DTDB metadata. For more information on the accompanying orthophoto, please refer to its individual metadata record.