Kimberley Ranger Forum 2017 

Indigenous rangers travelled thousands of kilometres from locations all across northern Australia for a massive ranger gathering in the Kimberley.

Held at Gurrbalgun (Pender Bay) on Bardi country, the three-day Kimberley Ranger Forum was a celebration of everything it means to be an Indigenous ranger and the vital role they play protecting the environment and maintaining culture.

Hosted by the Kimberley Land Council, in partnership with the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, the Kimberley Ranger Forum had a focus on biosecurity, with Indigenous rangers playing an ever increasing role as the eyes and ears of the remote north.

Forum program and guest

CLICK HERE to download the Ranger Program and Activities Guide.
 to download the Guest Program.
CLICK HERE to download Ranger Forum Guest Program Learnings.


                    Indigenous rangers - delivering biosecurity, protecting Australia

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Getting back country, looking after country and getting control of the future

Supported by the Australian Government.
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