Country, Culture, People, Future


The project entitled ‘Pathway to a Malgana Country Land and Sea Management Program’ has been funded by the State Government (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions) since 2018 under its Aboriginal Ranger Program. It is currently hosted by Malgana Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC, with support from YMAC.

Since then, key highlights have been:

Activities undertaken to-date have been very diverse and form part of either a works program implemented for DBCA, or as pilot fee-for service initiatives for the University of Western Australia, Rangelands NRM WA, Bush Heritage Australia, and the Ecological Restoration Program on Dirk Hartog Island National Park.

Key Activities: