I have a large dataset of polygons for property sections that I need to reverse geocode. It was recommended that I use a GIS like Quantam to do this however from my research I am not 100% sure if a GIS will support doing this.
The technique that I was going to use until I found GIS was to get the center co-ordinates of the polygon and then pass these co-ordinates into a reverse geo-coding api like google or openstreetmap. However I am not sure if this is very accurate.
The polygon data is in the projection format WGS 84 (EPSG:4326 Lat/Long)
Here is an example of what one of the polygons data looks like:
MULTIPOLYGON (((174.76394635 -41.34094115,174.763921416699986 -41.340960566699998,174.763611683300013 -41.340978616699999,174.763597816700013 -41.3409202,174.763793716700008 -41.340691133299998,174.7638963 -41.34071535,174.763958516700001 -41.34073005,174.76394635 -41.34094115)))
What is the best way to reverse geocode this polygon data?
How can I do it on a large scale?