This page, on the Queensland Fire & Emergency Service webiste, provides a map of the seven operational regions overseen by the organisation. Contact details are also provided for each of the local fire stations within these regions.
This downloadable pdf document is a story about the Mimal Rangers who are based in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. It contains details of their burning activities in 2005.
Southern Gulf Catchments Ltd is a community-based organisation tasked with strategic and sustainable natural resource management (NRM) planning and implementation in the southern Gulf of Carpentaria region of northwest Queensland.
The Queensland Fire and Rescue Service is the primary provider of fire and emergency services throughout Queensland. The department delivers emergency services, awareness programs, response capability and capacity (preparedness), and incident response and recovery for the state.
The Australian Rangeland Society is an independent and non-aligned association of people interested in the management and sustainable use of resources in natural or semi-natural landscapes, such as grasslands, shrublands and woodlands. The Society exists to provide a forum for the free exchange of ideas and information amongst people who live remotely or are concerned about rangeland issues in their work.
The legacy website for the Topical Savannas Cooperative Research Centre. The CRC operated from 1995-2009. Links to publications and projects can be found on this site.
NAILSMA is involved in supporting Indigenous land and sea management initiatives that are relevant across the whole of northern Australia including fire management and carbon abatement.
This page contains a map showing the location of Warddeken Land Management Limited. It also contains links to further information including land management activities which outlines the groups involvement in the West Arnhem Land Fire Abatement Project (WALFA).
Information from the South Australian Government on bushfires and fire management.
Website of the Rangelands NRM Co-ordinating Group, a non-government organization which represents community needs and encourages the sustainable use of resources in Western Australia’s rangelands.