Gulf of Carpentaria Node

Southern Gulf NRM is the shopfront for the Gulf of Carpentaria Node who deliver activities that care for the region’s natural and cultural assets.

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The Gulf of Carpentaria region comprises of five defined catchments draining into the southern part of the Gulf of Carpentaria, plus the Wellesley Island.

The region’s climate is characterised by hot, wet summers and cooler, dry winters, with frequent cyclonic activity between December and April, often accompanied by prolonged rainfall events and occasional widespread damage from high winds.

Southern Gulf NRM partners with community groups and members to achieve local and regional NRM improvements. Southern Gulf NRM work closely with pastoral, community, conservation, local government, mining, Indigenous, tourism and other industry sectors to identify priorities, projects and partnerships and deliver on-ground solutions. Click here to view their regional priorities.

If you have any questions relating to drought resilience activities in the Gulf of Carpentaria region, please feel free to contact Southern Gulf NRM.

Photo Credit: Jacqueline Curley Photography 

Southern Gulf NRM partners with community groups and members to achieve local and regional NRM improvements. Southern Gulf NRM work closely with pastoral, community, conservation, local government, mining, Indigenous, tourism and other industry sectors to identify priorities, projects and partnerships and deliver on-ground solutions. Click here to view their regional priorities.

If you have any questions relating to drought resilience activities in the Gulf of Carpentaria region, please feel free to contact Southern Gulf NRM.

Photo Credit: Lynne Eagle

Robyn Young

Drought Resilience Coordinator

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