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Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program—ranger locations

Archer Point

Archer Point

Host organisation
Yuku-Baja-Muliku Landowner & Reserves Ltd

The Yuku Baja Muliku people are traditional custodians of Archer Point, near Cooktown. Yuku Baja Muliku Rangers care for their country, bordering the world-heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics, to protect its rich biodiversity and cultural values.

Yuku Baja Muliku rangers:

  • Record and protect important cultural sites including story places and ceremonial sites, fish traps, middens, fish habitats and camp sites
  • Engage young people through a weekly Junior Ranger after-school program, Junior Ranger camps and a school holiday cadetship program
  • Manage weed incursions and fire near cultural sites
  • Maintain fencing of Poole’s lagoon to exclude feral animals
  • Monitor water flows in the Annan River
  • Patrol land and sea country for illegal camping and fishing
  • Monitor nesting marine turtles to protect them from predation
  • Undertake fire management to promote and protect the region’s biodiversity, using traditional and modern methods
  • Coordinate the Queensland Indigenous Women Rangers Network, to provide a forum for women rangers from remote and isolated communities to share experiences and connections.


Yuku-Baja-Muliku Landowner & Reserves Ltd
(07) 4069 6957
142 Charlotte Street, Cooktown QLD 4895
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Last updated
11 September 2021
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