Indigenous Land and Sea Ranger program
The Queensland Government funds 65 Indigenous land and sea rangers in northern and western Queensland, who care for the state's world-class natural environment.
Most land and sea rangers are Traditional Owners of the land on which they work. They are employed through local Indigenous host organisations with funding provided by the Queensland Government.
Listing 17 ranger group locations.
|Image||Location||Number of rangers||Host organisation|
|Pormpuraaw||Six||Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council|
|Mapoon||Three||Mapoon Aboriginal Shire Council|
|Georgetown||Four||Ewamian Aboriginal Corporation|
|Home Hill||Five||Gudjuda Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation|
|Normanton||Six||Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation|
|Burketown||Six||Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation|
|Cardwell||Two||Girringun Aboriginal Corporation|
|Injinoo||Two||Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council in conjunction with the Apudthama Lands Trust.|
|Aurukun||Six||Aak Puul Ngantam (APN)|
|Laura||Five||South Cape York Catchments|
|Archer Point||Four||Yuku-Baja-Muliku Landowner & Reserves Ltd|
|Lake Eyre Basin||Five in each location||Dugalunji Aboriginal Corporation|
|Wujal Wujal||Five||Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation|
|Melsonby||Four||South Cape York Catchments|
|Gladstone||Three||Gidarjil Development Corporation|
|North Stradbroke Island (Dunwich)||Five||Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC)|