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Create Ranger Parks is a historic opportunity to employ and train Indigenous Rangers to manage new national parks, that all Western Australians can enjoy.

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WHY RANGER PARKS?

Twenty years ago, the Western Australian Government purchased specially selected Outback stations for conservation. In doing so, they had a positive and visionary goal - to help diversify and strengthen regional economies and protect the state's most remarkable Outback landscapes for future generations.

Since then, these 66 remarkable properties have been forgotten and neglected. Instead of contributing to local prosperity, these unique national places have suffered from the impact of feral animals and wildfires, which in turn have caused hardship for neighbouring Outback stations.

The Create Ranger Parks proposal presents an incredible opportunity that will mean a win for everyone. We want the government to finish what it started 20 years ago and create an extensive network of protected parks, managed by Indigenous rangers, o create real jobs and real change.  

The Create Ranger Parks proposal will:

Provide over 200 meaningful jobs and new hope in remote areas

Save rare and endangered wildlife

Make iconic Outback areas more accessible for everyone to enjoy

Generate responsible financial savings for government

Create new tourism experiences and regional businesses

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    I think creating ranger parks is an amazing initiative where we can simultaneously protect nature, create jobs and support indigenous communities. Solutions like this are what good government policies and initiatives should be.

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