The Yirralka rangers in association with Yolngu traditional owners manage both land and sea in the Laynhapuy Indigenous Protected Area (IPA), which covers 6,900 sq. km in North East Arnhem Land, extending south from the Gove Peninsula to Blue Mud Bay.

"We want to protect our country and pass it on to our children in good shape but we also want to be able to live on it and to be nurtured by it as our ancestors always have done."