Our Rangers

Girringun Aboriginal Rangers conduct much of the on ground operations to achieve meaningful management outcomes for Girringun, with emphasis upon Culture and Caring for our Land and Sea Country.


In December 2005, Girringun traditional owners signed the first ever agreement in Australia for the management of traditional hunting of protected species in the greater Hinchinbrook Island area.

Caring for Country

The Girringun Biodiversity Project is funded through the Department of Environment and Energy. It involves restoration of habitats and corridors of endangered species.

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Girringun Production Nursery Open day
Girringun Biodiversity and Nursery are proud to announce they will be hosting an official 'Open Day' for the Production Nursery…
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Why a moratorium on dugong and turtle hunting won’t work
AN indigenous leader claims a moratorium on dug­ong and turtle hunting will not work and will only push poachers further…
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Indigenous Goverance Awards
Girringun is widely recognised for its outstanding stewardship of the land and sea rights of its members and its tireless…