The Greater Red Lilly Area (GRLA)) within the East Alligator catchment of West Arnhem Land, a focal landscape of Njanjma Rangers, can best be described as the 'gateway' to Arnhem Land.

The many significant heritage and rock art sites across the GRLA are at risk of further degradation to levels where future conservation efforts will be futile.  

Despite being the 'gateway' to Arnhem Land, there is a lack of a designated land and cultural management service for this ancient and significant landscape. 

The clans’ combined area covers one of the more significant catchment areas. 

Management of weeds (Mission Grass and Mimosa) and other threats within this area will improve management effectiveness for the broader landscape.

The Greater Red Lilly Area (GRLA) within the East Alligator catchment of West Arnhem Land has been identified as a priority site and can best be described as the 'gateway' to Arnhem Land.

THEMATIC CULTURAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & OPERATIONS

Under contract to Parks Australia, Njanjma Rangers already provide ranger talks to tourists at Ubirr – and this has been very well received.

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Return to Country

 “I worry about that place…secret place. That got painting there, inside cave. It got to be looked after because my father, grandad, all look after. Now me. I got to do the same. If that painting get rubbed off there might be big trouble.”  
Bill Neidji

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Mimosa and Mission Grass are the dominant weeds within our landscape.  

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Under contract to Parks Australia, Njanjma Rangers already provide ranger talks to tourists at Ubirr – and this has been very well received.

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INDUSTRY SKILLS/CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

The Djabilukgu Association already runs the Guluyambi boat cruise - this is a good way Bininj can get experience working on country and learning to talk to and work with tourists.

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Weeds and feral animals are big concerns for our country.

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