Anmatjere is the name given to Ti Tree town and its' surrounding communitites and smaller outstations. These include Pmara Jutunta, Nturiya and Wilora.
Anmatjere is located 194km north of Alice Springs by road travelling on the Stuart Highway and it takes 2 hours to drive there. By road, it takes 10 minutes to drive to the closest airstrip in Ti Tree Town then 30 minutes to fly to Alice Springs. The road from Alice Springs to Ti Tree Town is sealed.
The Council office is located in Ti Tree Town and services Ti Tree Town and the communities of Pmara Jutunta (Six Mile), which is 10km south, Nturiya (Station), 17km west and Wilora (Stirling), 60km north, as well as the outstations of Adelaide Bore, Alyuen, Petyale and Woods Camp.
The Northern Territory Government has put together resources to help your visit to community be successful. Please have a look at the Remote Engagement and Coordination Strategy and Toolkit available from bushready.nt.gov.au or bushtel.nt.gov.au (external sites)
You can also go to our Visiting Communities page.
You can view the community's plan at Anmatjere Community Plan.
Council Presence in Anmatjere
No. Staff: 27 people (67% Indigenous)
Local Authority: Cr James Jampajimpa Glenn (Chair), William Lane (Deputy Chair), Dean Pepperill, Trevor Cook, Mark Pepperill, April Campbell, Betty Carter, Gerry Price.
Ward Councillors: Cr Adrian Dixon (President), Cr David McCormack, Cr Audrey Inkamala, Cr James Jampajimpa Glenn
Community Projects (2019/2020)
- Solar lights for cemeteries and park
- Band equipment and sponsorship of 50th anniversary for the school
- BBQ trailer for community events
- Garden package for each house
- In progress – light towers for a blue light disco, cleaning packages for each house, BBQ in main park
News from the region
What is happening
Local community vacancies are often available. Please contact the Council office for more information.