The Donydji rangers are based at the Donydji homeland, located in the south-east of the Arafura catchment, just north of the Mitchell Ranges.
The Mirrngatja rangers are based at the Mirrngatja homeland on the eastern edge of the Arafura Swamp, about six hours’ drive from Ramingining.
The Dhupuwamirri homeland is located on the western side of the Arafura Swamp, 20 km west of Mirrngatja. The Dhupuwamirri rangers work with the Donydji and Mirrngatja rangers to manage the country in the south east of the Arafura catchment.
The Gurruwiling rangers are swamp people, and they manage the freshwater areas of Gurruwiling (the Arafura Swamp) - the largest freshwater ecosystem in Arnhem Land and one of the largest paperbark swamps in Australia.
Wanga Djakamirr Rangers
The Wanga Djakamirr ranger are saltwater people. They undertake regular sea patrols to look after the estuarine and coastal saltwater country from Djigagila Creek to Howard Island.
Balmawirrey Dhipirri Rangers
Dhipirri is a beachside homeland accessible only by boat located on the eastern side of the Glyde River. The Dhipirri rangers manage the area around their homeland and the surrounding saltwater country. They are currently based on Millingimbi Island but in future will be based at Dhipirri to support Traditional Owners and their families.
Malnyangarnak Bukgurl-Na Rangers
The Malyangarnak Bukgurl-Na rangers are from the Balngarra clan and manage the area on the south-western side of the Arafura Swamp around the Blyth River. Bukgurl-Na refers to escarpment country. The Malnyangarnak rangers are currently based in Ramingining but will be based on the Malnyangarnak homeland when infrastructure is developed.