The Mid North Coast Aboriginal Ranger team strives to support Aboriginal aspirations in caring for their country. The rangers work across four local Aboriginal Land Council regions and provide environmental and heritage services through a number of partnership arrangements, across a range of different land tenures in the Mid North Coast region.
In partnership with New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife, the rangers carry out a number of different natural and cultural resource activities in the Myall Lakes National Park, an internationally recognised Ramsar listed wetland and in Saltwater National Park, a gazetted Aboriginal Place and traditional camping area from long before European settlement.
They also provide environmental services across a portion of the Gondwana Rainforests of the Australian World Heritage Area. These protected areas provide habitat for a diverse number of native flora and fauna species, including large numbers of waterbirds.