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Photo Credits

Thank you to the photographers who provided the amazing images found on this website. Create Ranger Parks could not thrive without the talent, skill and generosity of photographers who love the Western Australian Outback. Thank you also to the partner organisations who have donated their images and video to the campaign.

Home Page

  1. Little Red Kaluta, Dasykaluta rosamondae: Jiri Lochmann
  2. Campfire: Jed Currey, Explore WA 4WD Adventures.
  3. Nyangumarta rangers: Lawrence Hillary.
  4. Lochada jalopy: Glenn Campbell.
  5. Gorge camping: Jed Currey, Explore WA 4WD Adventures.

Create Ranger Parks and Create…

  1. Burringurrah (Mount Augustus): Australia’s Golden Outback.
  2. Nyangumarta Ranger Charmaine Wright: Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation.
  3. Banded stilts: Georgina Steytler. 
  4. Muggon shearing shed: David Blood.

See the future parks

See individual photos for caption and photographer credit

About Page

Create Ranger Parks and Create…

  1. Burringurrah (Mount Augustus): Australia’s Golden Outback.
    • Granite boulders at Woolgorong: Glenn Campbell.
    • Kids in nature at Kadji Kadji: Glenn Campbell.
  2. Nyangumarta Ranger Charmaine Wright: Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation.
    • Nyangumarta rangers: Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation.
    • River crossing: Jed Currey, Explore WA 4WD Adventures.
  3. Banded stilts: Georgina Steytler. 
    • Black-flanked Rock-wallaby: Sarah Matheson.
    • Spiny-tailed Gecko, Strophurus spinigerus: Ken Lawson.
  4. Muggon shearing shed: David Blood.
    • Heritage tree and building at Ninghan Station: Glenn Campbell.
    • Aboriginal art: David Blood.

Indigenous Rangers: a proven success story

  1. Nyangumarta Rangers: Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation.
  2. Greater bilby, Macrotis lagotis: Jiri Lochman.
  3. Feral Cat: Jake Weigl, Warddeken Land Management Ltd.
  4. Fighting weeds: Glenn Campbell.
  5. Indigenous perspective: Glenn Campbell.

Our National Parks

  1. Burringurrah (Mount Augustus): Australia’s Golden Outback

Take Action – sign our petition page

  1. Kennedy Range National Park: Lawrence Hillary.

Volunteer page

All photos courtesy of Partnership for the Outback – see individual photos for more detail.

News and event pages

See individual pages for photo credits.

Outback photography competition pages

  1. Kennedy Range National Park: Lawrence Hillary.

 

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