Indigenous rangers are working for Queensland.
Across some of our state's most precious landscapes, Indigenous rangers are at the frontline of caring for wildlife and wild places. Rangers undertake work controlling the spread of weeds and the threat of feral animals, limiting dangerous wildfires, protecting threatened species on the land and the sea, maintaining tourism facilities and cultural sites, and more.
Indigenous ranger jobs also support cultural strength, create meaningful work for people in regional and remote Queensland, open up new opportunities for men and women, young and old, and create genuine and positive partnerships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
Indigenous rangers are producing environmental, economic and social outcomes for the benefit of all Queenslanders.
Now is an important time to hear your plans for the future. How many new Indigenous ranger jobs will you and your party commit to across Queensland?