Land & Culture

Land & Culture

鶹ֱ Land & Culture Services

Land and Culture supports traditional owners in traditional land management such as patch burning and encourages the handing down of traditional ecological knowledge and the Tjukurrpa (dreaming stories) to young people. We also assist visiting scientists studying threatened species in the region.

The Land and Culture program works with hundreds of Members each year from across all communities to care for country and manage land access by miners and others wanting to work on the Ngaanyatjarra Lands. The land access program manages consultations between mining explorers and local traditional owners to ensure cultural heritage is protected in exploration activities.

Tjumalampatju: Our Stories

Tjumalampatju: Our Stories database on the internet is a community based database. This means that Community members participate by placing names to faces on photos or adding stories to a particular photo or event by either text, movie or audio. 

Contact Ngaanayatjarra
Land and Culture:

Tel: 08 8950 1740

Address: 58 Head St, Alice Springs NT 0870

Email: landandculture@ngaanyatjarra.org.au

Work with us

We value people and welcome those who would like to come alongside us as we journey towards our vision for the yarnangu of the Ngaanyatjarra lands. 

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