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Right Way Fire Trips

The map pins below show where the project has funded and supported ranger teams and project partners to put in right-way fire.  Right-way fire means burning is occurring on-country at the right time of year when weather conditions ensure that fires are small, patchy, low intensity, and are scattered throughout the landscape using traditional Indigenous and contemporary fire methods.  This includes the use of incendiary machines from helicopters and on-ground techniques. For more information on our fire project click here.

Fire Management Aerial Burning

Map: Right Way Fire Trips

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18 Right Way Fire Trips
Right Way Fire Trips
Durba Hills, WA (2019) View details
Well 33, WA (2019) View details
Kiwirrkurra, WA (2019) View details
Mt Bennett, NT (2019)
Dragon Tree Soak, WA (2019) View details
Oak Valley, SA (2019) View details
Tallararra, NT (2019) View details
Katiti-Petermann IPA, NT (2019)
Mangalawarru, NT (2019) View details
Ngurrara, WA (May 2020) View details
Ngurrara, WA (June 2020)
Karlantijpa, NT (2020)
Durba Hills, WA (2020) View details
Kiwirrkurra, WA (2020) View details
Ngurrara, WA (July 2020)
Eagle Bore, WA (2020) View details
Katjarra, WA (2020) View details
Watarrka, NT (2020) View details

Project Partners

Alinytjara Wiluṟara Landscape Board Desert Support Services Central Land Council Indigenous Desert Alliance Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa Kimberley Land Council Nyangumarta Warrarn Aboriginal Corporation Yanunijarra Aboriginal Corporation

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