Aboriginal Heritage Protection

Press Release – International Report a ‘Timely Reminder’ To the Tasmanian Gov

Press Release: International Report a 'Timely Reminder' to the Tasmanian Government Read more

takayna Victory – Four Wheel-Drive Tracks remain closed

takayna Victory! Four Wheel-Drive Tracks remain closed See: APPEAL DETAILS March 1st 2016. Federal Court decision prevents 4WD access to three tracks south of Sandy Cape, in the Arthur Pieman Conservation Area, and in the coastal strip declared as National Heritage, under the name 'Western Tasmania Aboriginal Cultural Landscape (WTACL). Full Judgement Here (Word doc in top left of webpage): Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre Incorporated v Secretary, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (No 2) [2016] FCA 168 and Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) Summary: Protecting indigenous heritage ... Read more

Mumirimina People of the Lower Jordan Valley and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage of the proposed Mangalore-Pontville Heritage Landscape Precinct

Mumirimina People of the Lower Jordan Valley Learn about the Aboriginal history of Mangalore-Pontville and the Pontville Rifle Range/Detention Centre - Home of Kalamaruwinya Read more

Pontville Rifle Range is Important to Us!

Please click here to view:MANGALOREPONT ABORIGINAL VALUES 23 8 12 FINAL 2nd ED1 Read more

Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Think Tanks this Friday 17th July 12.00 -2.30 pm

TWWHA Think Tank July Read more

Aboriginal Community Welcomes Matthew Groom’s Announcement

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Community Meeting with the Premier – And Discussion on Aboriginal Tourism – Thursday 12th March – TAC LAUNCESTON AT 10.30 am

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Interview with Ashlee Murray and Ryk Goddard

Click on the link below to listen to the discussion between Ryk Goddard and Ahslee Murray, Cultural Promotions Officer at Burnie TAC. The discussion is in relation to 10 February 1828 anniversary of the massacre reported by George Augustus Robinson of 30 Aboriginal people at Cape Grim. The Aboriginal community have regained access to the site which has been held privately since 1840.  Ashlee Murray regularly takes people to the site. Can it ever be healed? https://soundcloud.com/936-abc-hobart/a-breath-of-fresh-air-for-some-of-tasmanias-darkest-history   Read more

Aborigines Mount Challenge to State Government’s Heritage Destruction

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Aboriginal Warning on Eco Projects –

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