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Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program—ranger locations

Bunya Mountains

Bunya Mountains

Host organisation
Bunya Peoples' Aboriginal Corporation

The Bunya Peoples’ Aboriginal Corporation is expanding on their already successful work, contributing to the conservation of cultural heritage and biodiversity values across the Toowoomba, Western Downs and Burnett regions. Rangers are undertaking work including:

  • tree Pear management, fencing and track upgrades at Cattle Creek, a significant cultural place and pathway at the base of the Bunya Mountains within the National Park estate. This work will be undertaken by a team based at Gumingurru
  • weed management and cultural burning to protect threatened Poplar Box ecological communities in the Western Downs
  • parthenium management at sites in the Burnett region, including Cherbourg
  • fire management for cultural site protection, and to encourage the health of local ecosystems, including open eucalypt woodlands.


Bunya Peoples' Aboriginal Corporation
(07) 4169 0720
2/148 Old Homebush Road, PO Box 181, Gowrie Junction 4066
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Last updated
19 December 2019
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