Boundary Surveys

A boundary survey is the surest method to give you peace of mind on your investment. An Identification Survey will identify encroachments by or upon the parcel of land which you are intending to purchase or build on. Typically your land survey would include the following:

  • General identity of your property
  • Encroachments by buildings, fences or other improvements
  • Discrepancies in dimensions between the land survey and the title deed of your lot
  • Confirmation as to whether positions of buildings relative to boundaries comply with local Acts or not
  • Any easements which your property is subject to
  • Proposed acts or changes which may affect your land, or any other matters which arise while the land survey is performed


All computations are completed by a surveyor with cadastral endorsement - i.e  licensed or registered in relevant state jurisdiction.

NSW - also referred to as an Identification Survey

VIC - also referred to as a Title Re-establishment Survey

QLD - also referred to as a Location Certificate

SA & WA - also referred to as a Boundary Identification Survey