Useful Links and Resources
These links have been divided into:
If you know of items which may be of interest to readers of the Tasmania Together website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tasmania Together Partners
The following is the list of Tasmania Together partners and a link to their website.
More information about the Program can be found at: Tasmania Together Partners Program
Carers Association of Tasmania Inc
Council on the Ageing
Country Women's Association in Tasmania
Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Eat Well Tasmania
Forests and Forest Industry Council of Tasmania
Local Government Association of Tasmania
Multicultural Council of Tasmania
Premier's Physical Activity Council
Salvation Army Employment Plus
Sustainable Living Tasmania
Tasmanian Association of Community Houses Inc
Tasmania Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Tasmanian Communities Online
Tasmanian Early Years Foundation
Tasmanian Regional Arts
Tasmanian Small Business Council
Working It Out
Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT)
Community Organisations, Businesses and Associations
International Vision Plans
Tasmanian Government - Agency Annual Reports
IRIS - Infrastructure and Resources Information Service
Everything you ever wanted to know about Tasmania's Infrastructure and Resources.
Office of Children and Youth Affairs (OCYA) Online resource
Links to statistics, qualitative information and reports on a range of topics, as well as providing an "At a Glance" snapshot relevant to children and young people in Tasmania.
All your government services in one place.
State Government: Tasmania Online (A-Z Listing)
Links to all Tasmanian Government services and websites, as well as Tasmanian business and community websites
Tasmanian Government Office
Contains information about Federal grants programs suitable for business, research and community organisations.
Commonwealth Government websites
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is Australia's official statistical organisation.
National Assessment Program – Numeracy and Literacy
The National Report: Achievement in Reading, Writing, Language Conventions and Numeracy 2008, released on 19 December 2008, is the first of a new series, based on common national tests for reporting student achievements to parents.