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Central Highlands

Central Highlands - Consultation Report

The consultation period for Central Highlands Municipality closed on Friday 2 September 2005.

A number of submissions on the suggested allocations were received.

A consultation report with recommended allocations has been prepared after consideration of the submissions received and the report is now available below as a PDF document.

A copy of the report has been mailed directly to anyone who provided comment on the suggested allocations during the consultation period.

The recommendations have now been approved and implementation has commenced.

Consultation Report and Recommended Allocations - Central Highlands

Central Highlands Map

Click on the area of interest or map name below to get to a more detailed map (in PDF format) of the properties assessed.

Map 1 - Flintstone, Arthurs Lake and Cramps Bay Map 2 - Wayatinah, Strickland and Osterley
Map 1 - Liawenee and Miena Map 2 - Hamilton and Elderslie
Map 1 - Steppes and Interlaken Map 2 - Ouse and Ellendale
Map 1 - Bronte and Waddamana Map 3 - Lake King William
Map 2 - Bothwell area Map 4 - Derwent Bridge

For further information

If you experience any problems downloading any of the information above, please contact us to arrange for a CD copy to be mailed to you.

Contact: Crown Land Services

GPO Box 44
Phone: (03) 6233 6413
Fax: (03) 6173 0226
Email: CLS.Enquiries@parks.tas.gov.au