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Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Statutory Body


State/Country:Tasmania, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • ALCT
  • Summary Information:
    The Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania (ALCT) is a statutory authority which was established under the Aboriginal Lands Act 1995 (Tas). The ALCT has responsibility for the use and sustainable management of statutorily defined Aboriginal Land which it holds in perpetuity for all Tasmanian Aboriginal people. The Act provides for the election of the ALCT to hold and manage lands vested by the Act on behalf of the Aboriginal people of Tasmania. The Council is comprised of 8 committee members elected for a 3 year term. Two members are selected from each of the Southern region, Northern region, North-West region, and one member from each of the Cape Barren Island ground and the Flinders Island group.

    Related Entries

  • State of Tasmania
  • Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre
  • Tasmanian Aboriginal Land and Sea Council
  • Event
  • Cape Barren Island Land Transfer # 2
  • Aboriginal Land Claim
  • Clarke Island Land Transfer
  • Wybalenna Land Transfer
  • Goose Island Land Transfer
  • Oyster Cove Land Transfer
  • Mount Cameron West (Preminghana) Land Transfer
  • Mount Chappell Island Land Transfer
  • Steep Head Island Land Transfer
  • Kutikina Cave Land Transfer
  • Ballawinne Cave Land Transfer
  • Wargata Mina Cave Land Transfer
  • Badger Island Land Transfer
  • Babel Island Land Transfer
  • Big Dog Island Land Transfer
  • Risdon Cove Land Transfer
  • Cape Barren Island Land Transfer # 1
  • Legislation
  • Aboriginal Lands Act 1995 (Tas)
  • People
  • Tasmanian Aboriginal community
  • Place
  • Preminghana Indigenous Protected Area
  • Oyster Cove Indigenous Protected Area
  • Risdon Cove Indigenous Protected Area
  • Mount Chappell Island Indigenous Protected Area

  • Glossary

    Statutory Body | Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Australia)

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