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Working Together

The North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Ltd (NAILSMA) supports Traditional Owner driven best practice land and sea management through appropriate and beneficial partnerships.

Details of land and sea managers and organisations we work with can be accessed on this website. Use the search feature to the right of this page to see who’s working on country and what they are doing.

Karajarri Rangers
The Karajarri Rangers look after more than 2 million hectares of land and sea country south of Broome. The Rangers protect Karajarri Country against...
Uunguu Rangers
The Uunguu Rangers are based in Kalumburu, in the Far North Kimberley - arguably the most remote Aboriginal Community in Australia. As rangers, they...
 
Angkum is located in southern Uutalnganu (Night Island Country) 85 km south of Lockhart River on the east coast. We have been trying hard to get...
 
The Apudthama Rangers look after land and sea business in the far north of Cape York, in an area known as the Northern Peninsula Area. We represent...
 
The Garngi Community Rangers of Croker Island in northeast Arnhem Land have been an established ranger group since 1998. Their management area...
 
Kowanyama was Australia's pioneering Aboriginal land management Office established in 1990.  Kowanyama employs 17 staff - the majority being from...
 
The Mapoon Land and Sea Rangers started in 2008/2009. The team has a ranger coordinator, senior rangers and seven rangers - three women and four men...
 
The Mardbalk Marine Rangers are located on Goulburn Island off northern Arnhem Land.  The Mardbalk Marine Rangers land and sea management activities...
 
Thamarrurr Rangers are based in Wadeye approximately 400 km South West of Darwin. We patrol over 17,900 km² of Country, approximately 200 km of coast...
 
Located near Hinchinbrook Island, the rangers manage 200 km of coastline and 60,000 km². This includes Wet Tropics, World Heritage and Great Barrier...

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