Karajarri country is biologically rich and diverse. It comprises extensive coastlines, tidal creeks and wetlands as well as arid country that stretches from the coastline into the Great Sandy Desert.
The Karajarri Indigenous Protected Area was declared on May 7, 2014 as a way to manage, protect and enhance their country.
The Karajarri Rangers play an integral role in looking after country through delivering land and sea management outcomes including weed, pest and animal management, fire management, biodiversity surveys, cultural heritage site protection, traditional knowledge education, coastal patrols and biosecurity work.
To access Karajarri country you can purchase a permit by visiting http://www.karajarriipa.com/ or http://www.karajarriprotectedarea.com/ or in person at the Port Smith Caravan Park (who are working in partnership with the rangers).
Download Karajarri Fact Sheet (PDF 540 KB)
Download Karajarri Healthy Country Plan 2012-2022 (PDF 3.4 MB)
Download Karajarri Visitor Management Guide (PDF 7.8 MB)