• Action through collaboration.

    A network for improving natural resource management across 80% of Australia.

We are dedicated to improving the productivity and environmental health of Australia's rangelands.

The Rangeland NRM Alliance is a network formed by 14 regional natural resource management organisations from across Australia.

Our purpose is to set and influence the rangeland policy agenda by:

  • developing an integrated body to represent NRM in the rangelands
  • developing a vision for the rangelands
  • identifying issues and implementing solutions
  • demonstrating and delivering nationwide collaboration
  • providing members and partners with a platform for networking and communicating.

Get in touch

The best way to get in touch for more information is via email.

We are happy to speak to you about what we do, what you do and how we might team up to do things better.

The Alliance members all contribute to the employment of a coordinator who currently is hosted by Desert Channels Queensland and works from Adelaide.


0499 367 077

PO Box 601, Longreach QLD 4730

7 Hackney Road, Hackney SA


2017 is the year for 19th Australian Rangeland Society Conference

The 19th Australian Rangeland Society Conference will be held in Port Augusta, South Australia 23-28 September 2017. The theme is Transition to Transformation and the invite for abstracts are open. This rangeland focused conference is only held every two years so if you have something to tell people the details are on the Society webpage.

NRM Spatial Hub - great rangeland innovation

The NRM Spatial Hub’s integration of cutting edge mapping and remote sensing technologies for improved rangeland management has gained rave reviews from graziers and got Australian rangelands on the front page of the NASA newsletter.The NRM Spatial Hub is a project managed by the CRC Spatial information in partnership with The Alliance, Meat and LIvestock Australia and Australian Wool Innovation. Visit the website here. Check out the tools in action on You Tube. Follow them on Twitter or Facebook.

Rangeland Climate Change information available

The reports developed via the NRM Planning for Climate Change cluster project for the Australian rangelands are available on the Climate Change in Australia website. This includes 12 reports plus the projections report from CSIRO outlining what the models are saying about the future of the rangeland climate.

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The 2017 Australian Rangeland Society Conference will be held in Port Augusta, South Australia.

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The Alliance partnered with Pew Charitable Trusts and The Australian Newspaper to take rangeland issues to Canberra with the Creating a Modern Outback Forum on Thursday March 17 2016 at Parliament House. You can read all about it: Outback Forum

The Alliance is continually developing and supporting resources for NRM in rangelands.

We hope you find these helpful and we’ll inform newsletter subscribers when new material becomes available.

April 2017 Rangeland NRM Alliance Update

January 2017 Rangeland NRM Alliance update

Rangeland NRM Alliance Brochure

Watch: Investment models for rangelands

Our 14 member organisations

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