Tjakura Rangers

We successfully lobbied the Australian Government to work with us to set up a ranger group at Mutitjulu, the Aboriginal community inside the Uluru—Kata Tjuta National Park.

A 2017 agreement with the government established the Tjakura Rangers and we launched the group a year later.

The Tjakura Rangers share the responsibility of protecting the five-million hectare Katiti Petermann Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) surrounding the national park, with the Kaltukatjara Rangers.

Tjakura Rangers Glen Woods and Daniel Breadon near Katiti waterhole on the Katiti-Petermann IPA.
Mutitjulu Tjakura Rangers with young fellas from Docker River and Finke cleaned Umutju rock hole.