Guess you need to connect to Spatial file and not import it. This will be a separate datasource for you which you can then join or blend to your datasource. The data will have a geo field called 'Geometry' will be the one that you need to use in your view. Hope this helps.
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Hi Thanks for the response
I currently do join and blend a whole range of the ABS geography Shapefiles to my data, and this works to a certain level.
However, I am wanting to achieve data visualizations where I am calling out specific areas but want to show the context on the underlying map. What has created the need for including the ABS geography in the underlying map is the fact that I have already used the dual axis function to create visualization effect that I am trying to achieve within the area I have selected.
To help you understand the issue I have included a demo file, except that in this file I have used the Local Government boundaries as the context (unfortunately this is miss-leading as LGA boundaries are not the same as the SA2 boundaries).