The Karajarri lands lie 200 kilometres south of Broome and include 130 kilometres of coastline stretching from Gordon Bay to Cape Missiessy. The rangers focus on coastal management issues to reduce the impacts on the region's natural and cultural values through visitor management. By incorporating western survey techniques with traditional ecological knowledge, they undertake baseline biodiversity surveys with the assistance of specialists, and develop ongoing monitoring programs.
The Nykina Mangala native title claim area covers 27,000 square kilometres around the Fitzroy Valley. The Nyikina Mangala rangers are based at the community of Jarlmadangah and their work is focused around the Fitzroy River, which is central to the cultural heritage of the Nyikina Mangala people.
The Nyul Nyul Native Title Lands cover approximately 1,196 square kilometres of land and sea in the Kimberley region and are located about 100 kilometres north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula. This country contains profound cultural and environmental values including significant species such as the Bilby and Northern Quoll. The Nyul Nyul Land and Sea Rangers project plays a central role in implementing Traditional Owner, State and National management priorities to conserve and protect these lands.
The Bardi Jawi is a native title area of 1,037 square kilometers and an area of sea to the three nautical mile limit. It also includes a culturally significant site that straddles the three nautical mile boundary in the north west of the claim area along with Julinaburr / Bruce Reef which is 12 nautical miles to the north of the Dampier Peninsula.