Deciding what Landonline access your people will need? Here's what you need to know to choose the right user access type.

This page contains information about the type of user access you need (‘user access type’) and Digital Certificates.

As part of the sign-up process, you’ll need to assign each of your staff members, using Landonline, a user access type to reflect the work they’re doing in Landonline.

Each member of your team who needs to use Landonline must also have their own Digital Certificate. If a Digital Certificate is required for authentication purposes, there will be a charge for this.

Find out about or download a Digital Certificate

User access types

Web search

Used by registered customers entering username and password.

Users can conduct searches using key information such as address, title reference or registered owner. 

Web search can be accessed in addition to other access types (below).  Users can also become Web Search only.  Web Search only users do not require a Digital Certificate. 
e-search

Used by search agents and conveyancing professionals.

It provides access to the titles register, survey data in image format and supporting documents. It includes all the features of Web Search.

Users can also conduct and view spatial searches of land information – for use by search agents, real estate agents and valuers.

e-dealing

Used by conveyancing professionals to register title instruments and changes to titles electronically.

It includes all the features of e-search and Web Search.

Users can also conduct and view spatial searches of land information.

e-survey

Used by surveyors to electronically submit cadastral surveys.

It includes all the features of e-search and Web Search.

All survey firms lodge survey plans using Landonline e-survey.

TA e-certification

Used by Territorial Authorities (TAs) to certify cadastral surveys online.

TAs can choose to certify survey plans either on paper or electronically using TA e-certification.

TA e-certification includes all the features of e-search and Web Search.

Setting up a Landonline account

Continue with the sign-up process.

Add a new user to an existing account

Users can be added to an existing account by using the Add Individual form.

Last Updated: 17 June 2022