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Six Walbunja Rangers have graduated as part of a pioneering program at Batemans Bay Aboriginal Land Council

James Tugwell
Updated October 24 2022 - 9:22am, first published October 20 2022 - 2:45pm
The six graduates with ranger coordinator Andrew White after the ceremony in Batemans Bay. Picture by James Tugwell.
The six graduates with ranger coordinator Andrew White after the ceremony in Batemans Bay. Picture by James Tugwell.

Six Walbunja rangers from Batemans Bay Aboriginal Land Council (BBALC) have achieved qualifications through a pioneering program equipping young people to care for their country.

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James Tugwell

James Tugwell

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James Tugwell is a reporter for Australian Community Media in Batemans Bay. james.tugwell@austcommunitymedia.com.au 0447 189 738

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