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Workshops Empower Residents to Transform Communities

Gulf Savannah NRM is encouraging residents to register for one of two upcoming Changemaker Workshops — a free ...

FNQ Fire Forum to Build Bushfire Resilience

Gulf Savannah NRM is encouraging residents to attend the free FNQ Fire Forum in Mareeba on Saturday 16 ...

Back from the Brink

A team of researchers have recently re-discovered the Lyon’s grassland striped skink on a station near Mount Surprise, ...

Community Spirit Burns Bright

By Jayne Cuddihy The seasons in north Queensland can turn quickly. When the wet sets in, dry and ...

Natural Disaster Recovery Resource Collection

This summer has already been a challenging one for many of our Gulf communities. If you have been ...

Memories of Fun Filled Christmas Days at Amber Station

By Colleen Taylor Amber Station is a 395 square mile cattle station situated north of Mount Surprise. The ...

New Ranger Program for Tagalaka Country

New Ranger Program for Tagalaka Country. From next year Croydon will have a full-time ranger program operating, with ...

Listening to the locals

Jack Fraser had a chat with us as part of our project, The Gulf Savannah Story, collecting information ...

Protecting the Golden-Shouldered Parrot

In the tropical savannahs of northern Queensland, the grasslands are home to a rare and brightly coloured jewel ...

Fighting Food Waste

Meet the woman tackling Far North Queensland's food waste to help farmer's improve their soil Gulf Savannah NRM ...

Success in the soil

Healthy soil, healthy trees, better crop, better profit. Janus Boonzaaier has taken on quite a challenge. He's planted ...

Carbon is coming: The new industry on the block

Carbon farming, carbon sequestration, green carbon, blue carbon… there has been lots of talk about this right across ...

Gulf Futures: Presenting the new NRM Plan

2023–2033 NRM Plan for the Northern Gulf Region Ready to Go! After 18 months of research, development, consultation, ...

Plan for the worst

When disaster strikes, we don’t get much warning - if any at all. These moments are filled with ...

Gulf Savannah NRM musters stories of generational change in land condition

Gulf Savannah NRM is collecting stories from long-time residents and elders all over the Gulf to paint a ...

Funding for Indigenous Land and Sea Rangers welcomed by Gulf of Carpentaria land management groups

First Nations organisations across Queensland are being encouraged to apply to employ another 46 Indigenous Land and Sea ...

Latest Gulf Croaker magazine out now!

Looking for a local read this weekend? Our latest issue of the Gulf Croaker is out now! In ...

Stations urged to prepare for future disasters, with free help available for Etheridge, Croydon and Carpentaria

Is your property prepared for flooding, fire and other natural disasters? Right now, communities in the Gulf are ...

Looking back on station life

Gulf Savannah NRM recently spoke to two Gulf locals — Lewis Richards, a Ewamian Elder and local artist, ...

Can you help your local firies?

Keen to meet new and interesting people, develop your skills, and lend a helping hand to your community? ...

Two floods, 10 years apart

In 2019, a large flooding event swept through Carpentaria Shire, mainly impacting the area between the Norman and ...

Safe havens for nature across the Gulf

Have you seen the “Nature Refuge” signs as you travel through the Gulf and wondered what they are ...

‘Tis the season – for wet season spelling!

Do you want healthier, stronger and bulkier pastures? Sounds like a no brainer question right? Well, wet season ...

New board elected and annual report released at AGM

Gulf Savannah NRM held its Annual General Meeting in late November this year, at our Mareeba office. Attended ...

Supporting stronger soil health in Queensland’s Northern Gulf 

Gulf Savannah NRM’s successful Healthy Farming Futures project – funded by the Regional Landcare Partnership Program – is ...

Grazing with Nature

We know that grazing practices have a big impact on land condition as well as the beef business’ ...

The Greatest of Gliders

Australia's largest gliding arboreal (tree-dwelling) marsupial, which weighs up to 1.1kg - about the size of a cat ...

Northern Quolls: Surviving or Thriving?

Northern quoll numbers dropped dramatically when cane toads spread through northern Australia. Only found in the north of ...

Change for the better

We know options diminish with distance from big cities. Telecommunications, retail, services. Deep in rural Australia, we have ...

Working together to build brighter futures for grazing

Gulf Savannah NRM's project officers are used to travelling long distances over the vast Northern Gulf region, but ...

Savannah Bash a hit in Croydon

October started with a bang in Croydon at Gulf Savannah NRM's free Savannah Bash event, held at the Croydon Rodeo ...

Reviving an iconic creek in Irvinebank

Through the centre of Irvinebank runs McDonald Creek. Bisecting the small community, the creek is surrounded by parklands ...

Latest Gulf Croaker magazine out now

Looking for a local read this weekend? Our latest issue of the Gulf Croaker is out now! Featuring ...

Graziers get a date with data

A couple of weeks ago, we packed two dozen graziers onto a bus and headed out across Queensland’s ...

Stories of drought resilience – Karma Waters Station

In our latest issue of the Gulf Croaker, we feature stories of drought resilience throughout the northern Gulf. ...

Women of the Gulf – Kathy Rowling

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the achievements of women. We're proud to mark ...

Women of the Gulf – Crystal Leonardi

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the achievements of women. We're proud to mark ...

Women of the Gulf – Erica Hughes

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the achievements of women. We're proud to mark ...

The Gulf Croaker March 2022 edition

We're proud to present the latest Gulf Croaker, our regular magazine featuring all things Gulf region and Gulf ...

Glider project encourages Etheridge teens to sciences

Gulf Savannah NRM is backing a project to encourage Etheridge Shire teenagers to pursue careers in the STEM ...

What’s next for the wet? Latest seasonal climate outlook

It's been a good start to the wet season across most of the Gulf region, with many properties ...

GPS cattle monitor trial in the Gulf region

New and emerging technologies continue to present big opportunities for graziers and the cattle industry. We're currently trialling ...

How to help bees and insects to help you

Insects help you grow fruit and other produce. European honeybees, native bees and other insects are vital for ...

Latest Gulf region seasonal climate outlook

Our Gulf wet season is off to a good start in many places, with cyclone Tiffany and the ...

Thumbs up for Gulf Savannah NRM

An independent review says Gulf Savannah NRM is delivering results for regional communities and stakeholders. The review, by ...

How the Gulf Croaker got its name

Our new look Gulf Croaker magazine is out now. We've given it a make-over - a fresh new ...

We want to share your Gulf photos

We live in a beautiful region. We want to celebrate that by sharing your photos on our social ...

Our Gulf turtles are in trouble

Our freshwater turtles are in trouble. Across the Gulf plains, feral pig numbers are rising. They’re eating turtles ...

Living With Fire in Mareeba Shire

Australian landscapes have been shaped by fire. Wildfire destroys some ecosystems. Others thrive on it. With predictions of ...

New look Gulf Croaker out now

Our regular newsletter, The Gulf Croaker, takes its name from one of the region's burrowing frogs, most likely ...

Seasonal climate outlook now available in video

Every month, our Rangelands Project Officer, John McLaughlin, crunches the climate models and weather forecasting tools to get ...

Grazing Futures roadshow book in the works

We took renowned grazing industry expert Dr Geoffry Fordyce on an epic road trip to remote cattle stations ...

Get the buzz. Powerful Pollinators are our friends

Farming is hard work, but help is available. Get native insects working for you. Bees and insects are ...

Gulf Savannah NRM helps local business meet plastics ban

Our Litter Quitter project has been in Normanton and Karumba, helping local businesses adapt to the Queensland ban ...

Women’s Wellness Retreat Talaroo

It was a real pleasure to see so many people at our Women's Wellness Retreat over the weekend ...

What to expect from the wet season

What to expect from the wet season It won’t be long till rain begins to fall across the ...

Gulf turtles need your help

Feral pigs are a menace across large parts of northern Australia, damaging environments and threatening native species. In ...

Gulf Kids Enviro Day

Thanks to everyone who came to our Gulf Kids Enviro Day at Dimbulah. It was lovely to see ...

Helping Gulf businesses be litter quitters

Gulf Savannah NRM has been helping local businesses adapt to the Queensland ban on single use plastics that ...

Living With Fire in Mareeba Shire

We’ve launched a project to help Mareeba residents prepare for and deal with fire in our region. Fire ...

New look for an old friend – Meet Gulf Savannah NRM

We’re proud to unveil our new name, and our new look. Northern Gulf Resource Management Group is now ...
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