* This consultation has now closed. You’re welcome to view the Postcards to the Premier, the Get Creative responses and the submissions to the Discussion Paper on this website. Thank you to everyone who has shared their views, ideas and experiences.


The Tasmanian Government is developing Tasmania’s first Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0-25 year olds. The Strategy will have a specific focus on the first 1,000 days (from pregnancy to baby's first 2 years).

We're seeking the views and ideas of Tasmanian children, young people, their caregivers, and the service sector to help develop the Strategy. You can have your say by getting creative, sending the Premier a postcard, completing a short survey, or making a formal submission to the Discussion Paper.

Our consultation partners, the Commissioner for Children and Young People, the Youth Network of Tasmania, the Mental Health Council of Tasmania, and Playgroup Tasmania are also holding face to face conversations statewide.

“My vision for Tasmania is that no matter where you live, no matter what your background is, no matter what your circumstances are – opportunities will be there and if you want to grasp those opportunities a better life will be within your reach.”

We all know Tasmania is a beautiful place to live. I want it to be the best place to live, grow up and raise a family.

To help me achieve this vision, I need your help.

Please share your views, hopes and dreams for children and young people in Tasmania. I need to hear your ideas for action so I know what’s important to you. Your voice is important – have your say on this website. I look forward to hearing from you.

Peter Gutwein - Premier of Tasmania

Get Involved

Tell us how we can make Tasmania the best place for children and young people. You can get creative by sharing art, stories or poems, writing a postcard directly to the Premier about your hopes and dreams for children and young people, or taking a short survey. Your responses will help us develop Tasmania's Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0-25 year olds.

Key Ingredients of Wellbeing

Wellbeing is when a child or young person feels loved and safe, has the things they need, is healthy, learning and participating and has a positive sense of culture and identity.

To learn more about the different areas of wellbeing click on the tiles below. We encourage you to share your views and answer some questions that will help us develop a strategy for the best future for all Tasmanian children and young people.