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Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program—ranger locations

Home Hill

Home Hill

Host organisation
Gudjuda Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation

The rangers at Gudjuda care for land and sea, with accomplishments including:

  • control of pests and weeds, including rubbervine and feral pigs rubbervine
  • biodiversity surveys on protected species and habitats
  • turtle monitoring, tagging, tracking and protection work with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) and James Cook University
  • ongoing seagrass monitoring
  • recording and maintenance of cultural heritage sites
  • biannual riverine clean-ups at Plantation, Ocean and Barratta Creeks
  • regular beach clean ups in conjunction with local schools and GBRMPA.


Gudjuda Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation
(07) 4782 8451
Home Hill Showgrounds, Cnr First Street & Georgees Road, Home Hill QLD 4806
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Last updated
19 December 2019
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