• Improving communications for Rangers and Homelands in the Crocodile Islands

    Posted by CIR Manager on April 3, 2018 in

    Over the last few years, the Rangers have been working towards solving the problem of poor communications in remote areas, by installing their own VHF network. Communication has always been difficult in the remote Crocodile Islands, particularly for the Rangers who work out of town areas, on remote islands and out at sea. In fact, […]

  • Crocodile Islands Rangers – 2016 National Landcare Awards Winner

    Posted by CIR Manager on July 17, 2016 in

    Crocodile Islands Rangers are excited to announce that in the 2016 National Landcare Awards, we were announced as the winner of the Indigenous Land Corporation – Indigenous Landcare category. The Rangers manage approximately 40,000 hectares of land, 200km of coastline and 6000km2 of sea country within Castlereagh Bay, a site recognised as being of international […]

  • Junior Rangers – Connecting Learning on Country, School and Culture

    Posted by cirweb on February 7, 2016 in ,

    The Crocodile Islands Rangers have been working closely with Milingimbi School to deliver the Crocodile Islands Youth Engagement Program, fondly called “Junior Rangers”. This program is modelled on the successful Learning on Country programs that are running in neighbouring communities. The Junior Rangers program brings culturally relevant content into the classroom, as well as facilitating […]

  • Crocodile Islands Rangers win 2015 NT Landcare Indigenous Land Management Award

    Posted by cirweb on December 17, 2015 in

    The Crocodile Islands Rangers were very proud to win the 2015 NT Landcare Award for “Indigenous Land Management”, which was presented at the 7th TNRM Conference and Awards. This award recognises “an outstanding indigenous community group or individual that is working towards improving land use and/or enhancing or protecting an area on behalf of the community”.


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