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Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Ngunya Jargoon IPA

Ngunya Jargoon, meaning ‘my land’, was dedicated as an Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) in 2013. It covers over 1,114 hectares of the Lower Richmond Valley on the northern coast of New South Wales.

The Jali lands are the largest and most significant wildlife corridors in the Lower Richmond Valley and together with the adjoining Blackwall Range and Tuckean Swamp provide a major refuge for biodiversity in an otherwise critically fragmented landscape.

The IPA is the traditional country of people belonging to the Bundjalung language group and in particular the people of the Nyangbal clan group.

Administration Organisation
Jali Local Aboriginal Land Council