Soil quality assessment with traffic light indicators against objective benchmarks are now available for some soils in Tasmania (link)
Soil quality evaluation and the interaction with land use and soil order in
The North West Coast Region contains a diverse range of soils due to variations in climate, landscape and geology. Climate ranges from coastal to alpine, topography from alluvial flats to mountain ranges and geology from soft unconsolidated recent sediments to exceedingly old and hard metamorphic and volcanic rocks. The soils that have developed in such a diverse landscape include shallow peat soils, robust red basaltic soils, wind blown sands, and easily degraded texture contrast soils (sands over clay). Each soil type is a reflection of its parent material, position in the landscape and age.