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Aboriginal Community Links



Aboriginal Community Links is a community based information and referral service provided by Colony 47 for Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders in the Launceston and East Tamar region, Tasmania.

It provides linkages between Aboriginal people and community and mainstream services. Programs include:

Colony 47 also has a healing circle at the Trevallyn Reserve in partnership with the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service and published Get linked, an alcohol and other drug resource book for Aboriginal people.

Abstract adapted from Colony 47


Aboriginal community links
Ph: (03) 6324 1910

Colony 47
432 Elizabeth Street
North Hobart Tas 7000
PO Box 1679
North Hobart Tas 7001
Ph:(03) 6222 1590
Ph: 1800 265 669 (freecall)
Fax:(03) 6222 1598 192


Related publications

Get linked: to your family, spirit, culture and country (2012)

Calvert F, Redmond M

Get linked is an information booklet for Aboriginal people or their concerned family members in the Launceston area, Tasmania, who are trying to quit alcohol or other drugs. It has information about:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 20 July 2017
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