Name of School

Gunbalanya Community School

Name of Ranger Group

Njanjma Rangers

What languages do you mainly speak in your community?


How many people live in your community?


When did the Learning on Country Program start in your community?

2017 / 2018

What does the Learning on Country Program mean to your community?

Being able to learn two ways in western and binjin knowledge.

Why is it important?

Keeping values and both ways learning and creating a future with jobs.

What type of LoC activities happen at your community?

Participating in Njamjma Rangers programs, bushwalks and cultural activities on the Guluyambi, East Alligator river tours and in Injalak art centre.

Tell us about the Rangers supporting the LoC Program. What lessons are they teaching the students about your country?

The Rangers provide lessons for LoC students in all areas of land management.

What future training or work opportunities are available in your community for LoC students?

There is opportunity in Gunbalanya meat works, Gunbalanya station, Njamjma Rangers and Injalak art centre.

What other LoC Partnerships are happening in your community?

Njamjma Rangers and Injalak art centre

What is something you are most proud of about LoC in your community?

Two-way curriculum learning in class and outdoors education space.

Where we are located