Joint Commonwealth and Tasmanian Economic Council

The Australian Government established the Joint Commonwealth and Tasmanian Economic Council (the Council) in 2013 as a key forum to drive reforms to boost Tasmania's economic prosperity. The Council is currently focused on the five key areas of energy, regional skills and jobs, innovation, education and infrastructure to deliver outcomes for Tasmanians.

The Terms of Reference for the Council are currently under review.

The Council agreed at its 20 April 2017 meeting to establish a new Business Members Group and a Chair and members have now been appointed (see below). The Council will continue to engage on priorities and actions with the Tasmanian business community through the Business Members Group.

Council Members

Business Members Group Members

The Council will continue to engage on priorities and actions with the Tasmanian business community through the Business Members Group.

Contacts

Email: jctec@infrastructure.gov.au

Post:
Secretariat
Joint Commonwealth and Tasmanian Economic Council
Regional Economic Development and Strategic Policy Branch
Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development
111 Alinga Street
CANBERRA ACT 2601
AUSTRALIA