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Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program—ranger locations

Home Hill

Home Hill

Host organisation
Gudjuda Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation

The Gudjuda Land and Sea Rangers care for land and sea on Bindal and Juru country in the Burdekin region. The team based at Home Hill, undertake many activities including:

  • cultural fire management to improve the health of country and reduce bushfire risk
  • control of pests and weeds, including rubbervine and feral pigs
  • biodiversity surveys of protected species and habitats, including work with Birdlife Australia on shorebirds
  • marine and freshwater turtle monitoring, tagging, tracking and protection work with Queensland Parks and wildlife Service and James Cook University
  • seagrass monitoring
  • recording and maintenance of cultural heritage sites
  • regular riverine clean-ups including Plantation, Ocean and Barratta creeks
  • regular activities with local school students including field visits, beach clean-ups, cultural heritage activities and turtle nest monitoring.


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
11 September 2021
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