The following Tasmanian Legislation is specific to Tasmanian Aborigines or contains provisions for Aborigines and acknowledges Aboriginal culture in Tasmania:
- Constitutional Recognition of Tasmanian Aboriginal People
- Aboriginal Lands Act 1995
Legislation which provides for the establishment of the Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania (ALCT), election of members and the return of land to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community.
- Stolen Generations of Aboriginal Children Act 2006
Tasmania was the first state or territory in Australia to pass legislation to provide payments to members of the Stolen Generations of Aborigines and their children.
The following Tasmanian Legislation makes provisions for Aborigines and acknowledges Aboriginal culture in Tasmania:
- Burial and Cremation Act 2002
Contains provisions for the use of Aboriginal land for Aboriginal cremations.
- Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act 1997 Contains provisions relating to Aboriginal children.
- Coroner's Act 1995
Contains provisions relating to Aboriginal remains.
- National Parks and Reserves Management Act 2002
Contains provisions relating to an Aboriginal member of a Conservation Membership Trust and others that may be of interest relating to cultural, land and heritage matters.
- Nature Conservation Act 2002
Contains provisions that may be of interest relating to cultural, land and heritage matters.
- Youth Justice Act 1997
Contains provisions relating to Aboriginal youth.
- Living Marine Resources Management Act 1995
Contains provisions relating to Aboriginal cultural activities (fishing or gathering).