Aboriginal Ranger Grants Program NT

This program provides support to Aboriginal ranger groups and land and sea managers to undertake conservation and land and sea management on their country.
This grant is currently closed to applications

What do you get?

Funding varies.

Who is this for?

NT Aboriginal organisations.


Eligible funded activities include, but are not limited to:

  • purchase of heavy equipment – grader, tractor, backhoe, moorings, trailers, motors
  • purchase of light equipment – fire and weed units, power tools, PPE and safety equipment
  • improvements to existing infrastructure – storage, power and water upgrade systems
  • infrastructure to support ranger activities – ranger base, remote base, ablution block
  • management systems – communications, asset management and information management
  • on-ground activities – weed, fire and feral management
  • investment in people – training and skill development in governance, communication, knowledge recording and transfer.

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The Aboriginal Ranger Grants are open to Aboriginal organisations, including Ranger Groups, Land Councils and Aboriginal-controlled incorporated associations that are registered or incorporated within the NT, and which have a clearly identified role in management and conservation on Aboriginal land and seas.

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