Publicly Available Datasets
This is a collection of reputable public datasets available from around the web. We are in the process of adding the functionality to filter the links based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals as well as adding an Industry filter. We aim to make access to data that will drive achieving the UN SDGs as simple as possible.
World Bank Open Data – Free and open access to global development data.
The World Bank
All IMOS data can be discovered, accessed and downloaded via the AODN Portal. In order to make specialised data more usable to a wider audience, the AODN staff and Facilities have developed a number of data tools over the years.
Registry of Open Data on AWS
Data.SA is the South Australian Government’s Open Data Portal. The portal contains open datasets released by South Australian Government Agencies and Local Councils.
The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information.
National Centre for Biotechnology Information
OpenAerialMap is an open service to provide access to a commons of openly licensed imagery and map layer services. Download or contribute imagery to the growing commons of openly licensed imagery.
The Central Resource for Sharing and Enabling Environmental Data in NSW. SEED the change. Growing knowledge with NSW environmental data.
Sharing and Enabling Environmental Data (SEED)
Our team has compiled a collection of sizeable crime, court and custody datasets, most are updated annually or quarterly. They are intended for use by people who want to perform their own analysis.
NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research
These interactive data tables allow you to explore participant, provider, market and utilisation data as at 31 March 2022 to the service district level.
The Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research Economics (BITRE) provides economic analysis, research and statistics on infrastructure and transport to inform both Australian Government policy development and wider community understanding.
Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research Economics
DigiVol is a crowdsourcing platform that was developed by the Australian Museum in collaboration with the Atlas of Living Australia. This data may be in the form of museum object labels, field notebooks and diaries, recording sheets, registers or photographs.
We’re working with research organisations across Australia and across research disciplines to make their datasets and data collections findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) to all researchers.
Research Data Australia is an online portal for finding research data and associated projects, researchers and data services. Browse data by subject or theme.
Australian Research Data Commons
The Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative (CTDC) is the first global data hub on human trafficking, with data contributed by organizations from around the world.
Counter Trafficking Data Collaborative