What are the Preferred and Alternate names for indigenous locations where Australian Government programs and services have been, are being, or may be provided?

The Australian Government  developed its Indigenous Programs & Policy Locations (AGIL) dataset as an authoritative source of indigenous location names across Australia. It is designed to support the accurate positioning, consistent reporting, and effective delivery of Australian Government programs and services to indigenous locations.  The dataset contains Preferred and Alternate names for indigenous locations where Australian Government programs and services have been, are being, or may be provided. This dataset is NOT a complete listing of all locations at which indigenous people reside. Town and city names are not included in the dataset. 

 View a table with links to all established Indigenous management plans in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland, as of December 2016.

 

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