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Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program—ranger locations

Dawul Wuru

Dawul Wuru

Host organisation
Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation

The Rangers will conserve, protect and enhance the cultural values of Yirrganydji country for the benefit of current and future generations – record sacred sites, language, traditions, stories, practices, lore, customary knowledge and traditional ways.

  • Implement the Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation’s management guideline for critically endangered littoral rainforest and coastal vine thickets.
  • The ranger program will record and pass on traditional knowledge through visits to country, back to country camps and incorporating traditional knowledge into land and sea management programs.
  • As part of their sea country management, rangers will conduct sea patrols and cleanup beaches to remove rubbish and document and report to relevant authorities about incidences of marine debris, fish kills and illegal fishing and poaching activities.
  • Rangers will also work with partner organisations to deliver a community education program aiming to increase knowledge and understanding about the threats to sea country and how the community can assist to avoid or minimise these threats.


Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation
Shop 2/194 Spence Street, PO Box 916, Bungalow QLD 4870
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Last updated
19 December 2019
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