Tasmania's culturally and linguistically diverse communities have an important role to play in our unique multicultural society, which remains one of the State's greatest assets and strengths. Communities, Sport and Recreation (CSR) works closely with multicultural communities.
A key function of CSR is to provide advice to the Government on multicultural affairs and citizenship in Tasmania. In addition to this, our work includes:
- increasing awareness of cultural diversity and appreciation of its benefits to the broader community;
- providing policy advice on the portfolio; and
- encouraging the mainstream community to be open and accepting of new arrivals to the State.
CSR works with all levels of government, including other State Government agencies, non-government organisations and community groups on issues related to multicultural affairs.
The Division may be contacted by emailing email@example.com or phoning (03) 6270 5470.
Find out about...
Providing policy advice to Government
- Our Multicultural Island: Tasmania's Multicultural Policy and Action Plan 2019-2022
- Multicultural Consultative Community Reference Group
Information and Resources
- The People of Tasmania - Statistics from the 2011 Census
- Multicultural Access Point
- Diversity in Business Employer Resource
- National Interpreter Symbol
- Safe Haven Enterprise Visa Scheme (SHEV)
- Family Safety Pack (available in 46 languages)
- Gambling risk. Information for migrants and international students
Contact details - Principal Liaison Officer
Phone (03) 6270 5470
Contact Communities, Sport and Recreation (CSR)
Phone: 03 6165 8388
Toll-free phone: 1800 204 224
Fax: 03 6173 0257
View the full contact details for CSR, including our North and North-West regional offices.
If you are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired, you can contact us through the National Relay Service:
- TTY users phone 133 677, then ask for 03 6165 8388
- Speak and Listen users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for 03 6165 8388
- Internet relay users connect to the NRS www.relayservice.gov.au then ask for 03 6165 8388