The default map type view in the MapBrowser is Vertical view, which lets you see Nearmap vertical aerial photography.

Our vertical imagery has been orthorectified; that is, it has been transformed in such a way that each point on the map looks like it was photographed from directly above it. Orthorectification makes vertical aerial imagery suitable for use as a map and allows georeferencing.

If you have switched to another map type, you can get back to Vertical view by selecting Vertical in the Compass list. 

First Imagery Dates

We have captured imagery of Perth since November 2007. Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Brisbane images go back to late 2009. United States image captures began in 2014. No prior imagery is available.


You can move back and forth between dates on which we have flown surveys using the date selector.