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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.

 
The Kuku Ya'u are the traditional owners of land and sea country around Portland Roads, north of Lockhart River.  We also have interests in the...
 
The Lama Lama Rangers are based out of Port Stuart, 60km east of Coen in the Princess Charlotte Bay area of the Cape York Peninsula.  By mid 2011 our...
 
The Yirralka Rangers were established in 2003 and represent the Yolngu Traditional Owners of northeast Arnhem Land. The Yirralka Rangers manage the...
 
We are the Wunggurr Rangers and we are based along the world-renowned Gibb River Road. We look after 60,150sqkm of land in the heart of the Kimberley...
Bardi Jawi Rangers Group Photo
The Bardi Jawi Rangers are based at One Arm Point, on the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley Region. The aim of the Ranger Service, established in...
Dhimurru Rangers
Dhimurru was established in 1992 to address the natural and cultural management priorities of Yolngu clans in north-east Arnhem Land, with particular...
Djelk Ranger Base
Established in 1991, the Djelk Rangers of Maningrida in Arnhem Land represent over 102 clans and 12 language groups.  The Djelk Indigenous Protected...
Girringun Aboriginal Corporation - Cardwell Indigenous Ranger Unit (CIRU)
Girringun Traditional Owners represent nine traditional owner groups. Active since 1996, Girringun aim to provide leadership, direction and...
 
The Northern Land Council was established in 1973 to represent traditional Aboriginal landowners and Aboriginal people in the Top End of the Northern...
The Queensland Government currently employs six Indigenous land and sea rangers through the Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council, the first of which...

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