From the Kimberley to the Bight, from the Pilbara to the Central Desert, Aboriginal rangers are delivering powerful results for the people of WA. Rangers manage fire, tackle feral animals and noxious weeds, monitor and rescue wildlife, maintain tourism infrastructure, support cultural priorities and the list goes on.
The work Aboriginal rangers do is good for the whole of WA and ranger jobs deliver the powerful benefits that meaningful employment brings to communities right across this enormous state.
There is huge demand for properly funded ranger teams across WA and it’s a key part of protecting our beautiful natural and cultural heritage. Good for local communities, good for biodiversity, good for cultural needs and great for Western Australia!