Using the mapPermission request form Using the map The AIATSIS map serves as a visual reminder of the richness and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia. It was created in 1996 and is not a representation of Traditional Land Owners, Languages or communities. You don't need to submit a Permissions Request Form to link to the map on the AIATSIS website or to use printed maps you purchased from our online shop. Please consider using our printed products or the map on our website before seeking reproduction permissions. The AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia cannot be reproduced without approval from ASP. To request permission to use the map please submit a Permission Request Form below. Please note, you must seek permission each time you use the map in a different form. Only uses in line with the following restrictions will be approved Do Not crop the map e.g. by state or any other boundary Do Not change the colours or text Do Not overlay images or text Do Not add geospatial mapping Do Not reproduce in loose leaf publications or handouts including online publications that are available for download Do Not print the map smaller than A3 dimensions Do Not remove the contextual information Do Not reproduce for merchandising of any type, including but not limited to puzzles, coasters, table cloths, tea towels, T-shirts etc. The map remains copyright to AIATSIS. We will not provide the underlying GIS (Geospatial) data. Permission will be granted to the applicant only and cannot be shared with other parties. Aboriginal Studies Press reserves the right to refuse permission to reproduce the map in print in order to ensure the high production values of the original are not compromised. Reproducing the map at a small scale means that much of the information will not be legible AIATSIS requires the following acknowledgment / disclaimer to appear alongside or below the map: This map attempts to represent the language, social or nation groups of Aboriginal Australia. It shows only the general locations of larger groupings of people which may include clans, dialects or individual languages in a group. It used published resources from the eighteenth century-1994 and is not intended to be exact, nor the boundaries fixed. It is not suitable for native title or other land claims. David R Horton (creator), © AIATSIS, 1996. No reproduction without permission. To purchase a print version visit: https://shop.aiatsis.gov.au/. Fees and License Duration Fees, conditions and license length are assessed on a case by case basis determined by: The map’s use in commercial or non-commercial contexts The type of presentation or publication in which the map will be used The context in which the map will be presented or published The audience size for the map’s intended use The length of time in the proposed use of the map. Note: ongoing licenses will not be approved. Existing licenses may be renewed to extend the timeframe. Note: The form cannot be saved and returned to later. It must also be completed in full to submit.