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Crown Land Assessment and Classification Project

About the Project

Project Closure

The Crown Land Assessment and Classification (CLAC) project has now been completed. The project commenced in July 2004 and concluded in June 2008

The aim of the CLAC project was to complete the Crown land classification process, by assessing and classifying all unallocated Crown land and Public Reserves under the Crown Lands Act 1976. For more information, see Project Background and the Frequently Asked Questions.

The project included comprehensive public consultation. All interested parties had an opportunity to provide their views, comments and ideas. The public consultation process enabled informed decisions to be made on the most appropriate future tenure of the land, leading to better management of Crown land.

Public consultation for all municipalities in the State was completed on Friday 23 June 2006.

The consultation reports, including recommended allocations for each municipality can be viewed on the Consultation Reports and Recommendations web page. For more information on how to find a property and its recommended allocation see the Finding Properties & Recommendations web page.

In mid-2006, implementation of the approved recommendations began. Further information is available from the Project Implementation web pages. Implementation of the recommendations of the CLAC project is ongoing.

The Project Team would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who assisted and for the cooperation of the public, which ultimately resulted in the successful completion of the Project.


If you have any queries about the project please direct them to:

Crown Land Services
Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
Department of Primary Industries Parks Water & Environment
Level 8, Lands Building, 134 Macquarie Street Hobart
GPO Box 44 Hobart TAS 7001

General Enquiries Message Service: Ph. 6233 6413

A Crown Land Services Officer will contact you the next business day to discuss your enquiry.

Email for appointments or enquiries: cls.enquiries@dpipwe.tas.gov.au