Turtle & Rehabilitation Centre

Cape York has a large and stable turtle population, however, to the south of Archer Point the turtle population density declines, due to increased industrialisation and erosion....

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Monitoring Seagrass Beds

The Yuku Baja Muliku Rangers have been monitoring the sea grass beds at Archer Point since 2008 and they have noticed a dramatic change in the quality and quantity of the sea grass beds.

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Development of Visitor Infastructure

For several decades prior to the re-acquisition of our homelands the land was held as a land bank by a developer (the notorious Cairns based developer George Quade)...

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Pest & Weed Control

The Yuku Baja Muliku rangers are working with a number of community groups to further their knowledge and management of pests and weeds.

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Fire Management

The Yuku Baja Muliku Rangers have been involved in controlled burning of fire tolerant vegetation. Using traditional fire burning techniques....

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Cultural Management

The Yuku Baja Muliku Cultural Heritage Team have been working with the rangers to record anything of cultural significance...

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