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Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Njanjma Rangers

The Njanjma Rangers work on around 150,000 hectares of land that borders Kakadu National Park, the Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area and Gunbalanya. The area includes the Greater Red Lily area and Minkinj Valley, which are part of the East Alligator catchment in West Arnhem Land.

The Njanjma Rangers carry our management activities that include fire, weed and feral animal control and cultural heritage protection.

Recent projects include supporting a rock art recording programme to update records made during the 1970s, an extensive revegetation programme in the Red Lily area and working with other Indigenous ranger groups and Kakadu National Park on controlling the invasive weed, mimosa.

NT - Arnhem Land region
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Administration Organisation
Njanjma Aboriginal Corporation