Ranger Camp

Natural Story

Wumanggarr Country (sandplain, sandstone outcrop, woodland) with Arn.gurru (woollybutt) and Barrurru (stringy-bark) trees. There are also Yawal (waterholes and springs), open grassy flats, swamps and billabongs. The endangered Wirrirri (gouldian finch) inhabit the creeklines.

Cultural Story

Traditional camping place, rich in bush-tucker resources: Ngalwarri (bush apple,) Langanda (bush almond) and Garnmanggu (long yam). Wanjina and Gwion live together in the sandstone caves – a 30 minute walk from the Uunguu Ranger Garmbemirri Station.
This Visitor Location is in Aboriginal Reserve R24705. Your UVP will support your application to Department of Aboriginal Affairs ( to access Visitor Locations within R24705.


Traditional Owner Escort Only by prior arrangement with Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation (WGAC).
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