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Connecting With Country: Park Ranger Alex Shares How She Found Her Calling

“I never thought I’d feel this connected to Country, but I guess it just took me a bit longer to realise that this is my calling. Just encouraging the next generation of Ewamian people to come work back on Country.”

Ewamian woman Alex never saw herself becoming a park ranger, but it’s turned into much more than a career – it’s a connection to Country, culture, and the incredible history of her ancestors.

Hear from Alex in this awe-inspiring short video interview as she shares:

  • Why being a Ranger is much more than a job – it’s a gateway to an impressive range of skills development, all while giving back to place.
  • Some of the amazing opportunities she’s had so far in her role.
  • A behind-the-scenes glimpse into what a typical workday might look like (get ready to be wowed!)
  • Why Indigenous representation matters.

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