Interested in working with the Karajarri Traditional Lands Association? The KTLA provides a dynamic and interesting environment where you can work on projects that provide real outcomes for Karajarri people and country. If you are interested in working with us we would love to hear from you. Please contact us for details.

Work with Us


The Karajarri Traditional Lands Association and the Karajarri Rangers and Indigenous Protected Area programs foster and value volunteers who can help us attain our vision. Previous volunteers have enjoyed working in a vibrant cultural workplace, bringing a wide range of skills such as:

  • ​Photography
  • Writing
  • Building, electrical trades and plumbing
  • Caretaking
  • Research and design
  • Cooking
  • Working with youth
If you are interested in volunteering please contact us.


​KTLA is seeking an admin assistant to:
1. Undertake general administrative activities supporting the CEO and EO
2. Manage reception: all visitors and incoming phone calls
3. Process invoices and support managers with the payroll process
4. Arrange travel and accommodation for projects and meetings
5. Filing and document management etc.

Please note that occasionally some travel within the Kimberley and to Bidyadanga community may be required.


Any questions about the position can be directed to Ms. Val Lindberg, Executive Officer at or (08) 9194 7800

Position Vacant - Admin Assistant


External parties interested in doing natural or cultural resource management research on Karajarri country are required to follow the new Kimberley Saltwater Country Research Protocol.The protocol consists of:

  1. A Guide for Researchers – link to publication - KISSP KRP_Guide for Researchers(Collaborative Science on Kimberley Saltwater Country -– A Guide for Researchers)
  2. An online proposal form (Proposal to undertake natural or cultural resource management research in marine or coastal areas of the Kimberley) The new protocol has been developed with the input of Kimberley saltwater groups and researchers. It applies to all research on natural and cultural resources occurring on the lands or seas of Kimberley saltwater people.