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Northern Gulf Resource Management Group (NGRMG)

Northern Gulf Resource Management Group (NGRMG) is one of 56 Regional NRM bodies in Australia and is a key partner with Cape York NRM. NGRMG is responsible to a region of the  country from at the Great Dividing Range , westward through the great catchments of the Mitchell and Gilbert rivers that flow into the lower reaches of the Gulf of Carpentaria.

A current MOU strongly links the organisations in the common aim of working together to achieve greater outcomes for the combined Gulf and Cape Regions.

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