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Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program—ranger locations



Host organisation
Gidarjil Development Corporation

The Department of Environment and Science (DES) has partnered with the Gladstone Ports Corporation & Port Curtis Coral Coast Trust to fund the establishment of the Bundaberg Land and Sea Ranger Program team of five rangers. This partnership is contributing to the conservation of cultural heritage and biodiversity values in the Bundaberg area, with a particular focus on marine values. Rangers are undertaking work including:

  • cultural heritage surveys in the Port Curtis Coral Coast TUMRA area
  • marine turtle nesting surveys and installation of protective measures for nests, in cooperation with DES’s threatened species unit
  • mangrove monitoring in locations including Burrum, Baffle and Kolan creek systems
  • seagrass monitoring in Great Sandy Marine Park
  • community marine debris clean-up events and Junior Ranger activities


Gidarjil Development Corporation
(07) 4130 7700
53 Walker Street, Bundaberg QLD 4670
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Last updated
19 December 2019
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