Our Services

QMDCL is committed to ensuring that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s employment in cultural and natural resource management is a priority. 

We take pride in having highly-skilled and experienced technical staff as specialists in cultural heritage, agricultural systems, ecosystem ecology, weed and pest management, landscape condition assessment, land rehabilitation, mapping, riverine systems and repair, community engagement and environmental management systems


Cultural Sites

Assist in the management of Cultural Sites & Artifacts

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Community Engagement

Rangers have a variety of community activities which they partake in within their own communities and across the region, which include the following: 

Junior Rangers Programs

Junior Fishing Days

Santos / Origin Field Days

Water Bug Blitz Training

Ranger Exchange

NAIDOC  Celebration’s

Pest Fish Identification \ Carp Information day

Graves Construction

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Cultural Fires Burns

Rangers conduct an annual burn on cultural sites every year. These sites are situated near Inglewood, Dirranbandi and Mitchell.

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Rangers construct varies types of fences for local Councils and numerous stakeholders within the region. This also includes Cultural Site protection for the many Traditional Owner Groups we work in collaboration with.

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Latest News

Find out the latest News and Events that are happening in the Queensland Murray-Darling Catchment Ltd area. 

Queensland Murray-Darling Catchment Ltd News & Events


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