The authority provides a wide range of hard copy and digital products such as Certificates of Title, Property Sales Reports, Survey Plans, aerial photography, satellite imagery, maps and data, and are responsible for valuing the State's land and property for government interest.
They also provide consultancy services in the areas of survey, valuation (government only), international relations, pastoral and rangelands, and Native Titles.
The agency in conjunction with the WALIS office (a section within Landgate) recently led the development of a groundbreaking concept that allows multiple government agencies to share spatial information - The Shared Land Information Platform, otherwise known as SLIP.
The SLIP Enabling Framework (SLIP Enabler) is the infrastructure that allows users to access the government's significant land and geographic information resources.
The Western Australian Land Information System (WALIS) is a dynamic partnership of government agencies working with business, education and the general community to manage and promote the State’s land and geospatial information. Established by the WA Government in 1981, WALIS is responsible for coordinating across-government access and delivery of the geographic information held by WA Government agencies. WALIS achieves this through committees, the good will of WALIS member agencies and partners, and the WALIS Office.