As part of the review of the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy, the Department of Communities Tasmania invites the community to have a say about proposed draft amendments to the Policy. The Policy provides a framework and clear direction for government agencies, local government authorities and the Nomenclature Board of Tasmania about the use of Aboriginal names for naming Tasmanian features and places.
Proposed amendments have been developed following the public release of an Issues Paper and subsequent Consultation & Stakeholder Feedback Report. These documents along with the proposed draft amendments are available below along with the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy, and supporting information.
Submissions in response to the draft amendments were received by the Department from 24 October 2018 to Friday 11 January 2019.
Further information about the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy, including a list of Aboriginal and dual names assigned under the Policy can be found here.
Open the documents:
- Draft amendments to the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy (PDF, 105.4KB)
- Review of the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy Issues Paper (November 2017) (PDF, 87KB)
- Consultation and Stakeholder Feedback Report (HTML Accessible) (June 2018)
- Consultation and Stakeholder Feedback Report (June 2018) (PDF, 503.95KB)
- Public submissions received to the Issues Paper
- About the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy
- Questions and answers (PDF, 228.51KB)
For further information:
Phone 6232 7082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org