Njanjma Rangers has been a participant in an international Rock Art Conservation Exchange Program organised by the Getty Conservation Institute in the USA. In 2012 participants from Africa visited Australia and Njanjma country. In 2013, Manbiyarra Nayinggul, Natasha Nadji and Trent Wilkinson travelled to South Africa to learn about rock art management in local communities and protected areas there.

​In 2014 Njanjma Rangers hosted visitors from other Aboriginal communities in Australia, Africa, South and North America. This exchange program resulted in the publicationRock Art: A Cultural Treasure at Risk,which includes stories from Njanjma Rangers. See a copy here.

We are hoping to develop more exchange programs with other Aboriginal Ranger groups in the future so we can learn from each other.