Winda-Mara's Land Management Unit manages over 3000 hectares of Aboriginal-owned land spanning over 10 properties, all which are considered culturally significant to the local people and now all under the Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape.
The Unit's team of Budj Bim Rangers are responsible for all on-ground activities on all the properties, including cultural site protection, weed and pest control, facilities and asset maintenance and development, environmental works, revegetation, maintenance and construction of fences and livestock operations. The Budj Bim Rangers are a mixture of experienced hands and young people starting to learn about Land Management through our Caring for Country and Working on Country programs.
CULTURAL HERITAGE AND TOURISM
Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation drives a number of initiatives in relation to Culture, Heritage and Tourism. Many of the initiatives are in partnership with Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation and other key Government and non-Government agencies.
The Lake Condah Sustainable Development Project
The Bessiebelle Sheepwash & Yards Restoration Project
The Budj Bim Eco Village Feasibility Project
The Budj Bim Trails Project