Anmatjere Community

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Anmatjere Community
Northern Territory
Population 1,159 (2006)[1]
 • Density 0.31920/km2 (0.8267/sq mi)
Established 1993
Postcode(s) 0872
Area 3,631 km2 (1,401.9 sq mi)
Mayor Tony Scrutton
Region Alice Springs Region
Federal Division(s) Lingiari
Website Anmatjere Community

The Anmatjere Community centres on the town of Ti Tree, Northern Territory, located approximately 200 km north of Alice Springs. The Stuart Highway runs through the centre of Ti Tree.

On 1 July 2008, the region covered by the Anmatyere council was merged into the Central Desert Shire. Anmatjere Council has ceased to exist.

Facilities[edit]

  • Anmatjere Knowledge Centre and Library
  • Redsand Art Gallery - which includes an Aboriginal Art centre and a cafe
  • Ti Tree Roadhouse - which includes a bar, motel, camping and backpacker accommodation
  • Ti Tree School
  • Police Station
  • Sports oval
  • Health Clinic
  • Aged Care Centre

Areas of Governance[edit]

  • Alyuen (on Aileron Station)
  • Anyungunba (on Pine Hill Station)
  • Engawala (on Alcoota Station)
  • Laramba (on Napperby Station)
  • Nturiya (the western part of Ti-Tree Station)
  • Pmara Jutunta (the central part of Ti-Tree Station)
  • Ti-Tree (the Town of Ti-Tree)
  • Wilora (on Stirling Station)
  • Woolla (Adelaide Bore and the eastern part of Ti-Tree Station)
  • Yanginj (on Anningie Station)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 March 2008). 7'!A1 "Regional Population Growth" Check |url= value (help). Retrieved 2008-06-15. 

Coordinates: 22°8′10.65″S 133°25′8.97″E / 22.1362917°S 133.4191583°E / -22.1362917; 133.4191583