The Environmental Planning Tool (EPT) is a geographic information system (GIS) designed to assist Local Government decision making, containing more than 300 datasets. The tool is available at a fraction of the cost of all other commercially available mapping programs but its greatest value lies in its unique function to help Local Governments interpret environmental and planning legislation.

Click here to download the brochure.

2016 EPT Demonstration and Training Series

WALGA is running a series of free workshops (available to subscribers and non-subscribers) titled  “EPT – What’s in it for you?” The workshops will demonstrate the EPT's capabilities to assist you in your work. The next workshop will be held on:
  •     Wednesday, 9 November
For more information and to register click here. Alternatively, training videos available - Part 1 and Part 2.

Accessing the EPT

The EPT is now available as a standalone application available on your desktop. Subscriptions are required to gain access - current subscribers can download the new desktop application using the instructions below:

Subscription Options

Subscription to the EPT represents great value for money when compared to the expense of work tasks involving external spatial data searching/sourcing and mapping actions. Subscription revenue assists WALGA to: ensure the EPT is maintained to a high standard, with the most current and comprehensive range of data; to continue developing the most useful functionality and value-added tools and mapping ability for your needs and to provide ongoing excellent service to our subscribers.

Click here to view the subscription options.

Not sure if you want to subscribe? Try our smaller, public version. The public version of the EPT is still available free of charge. To access the public version you’ll need to download the desktop application by following the instructions for either Windows or Mac users above. *Please note that the public version is only designed for community use. This version has a limited range of datasets and functionality.

How to use the EPT