Tasmania

Five native title claims have been made in Tasmania however no native title application has successfully passed the registration test.

In 1995, the state legislation Aboriginal Lands Act 1995 (Tas) was enacted.
Under this act, the Aboriginal community in Tasmania was granted a number of small parcels of land  of important historical and cultural significance such as Oyster Cove and Risdon Cove near Hobart; Wybalenna on Flinders Island, where many tribal people perished in the early 19th century; various mutton-birding islands in the Bass Strait and some inland cave sites.

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There were multiple languages spoken by the original inhabitants of Tasmania, however all are now extinct. palawa kani (no capital letters are used in Tasmanian language) is the name given to the reconstructed language,  being researched by the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.

Native Title in Tasmania.

native title representative bodies

There are no native title representative bodies in Tasmania, however there are community service organisations including;

Oyster Bay Tasmania
Oyster Bay Tasmania