The Mirarr are the Traditional Aboriginal Owners of lands in the Northern Territory of Australia.
The Mirarr estate extends beyond Kakadu to Western Arnhem Land and includes the Ranger uranium mine, the Jabiluka mineral lease and the town of Jabiru.
Most of the Mirarr land is within the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park including the vibrant wetlands of the Jabiluka billabong country and the stunning sandstone escarpment of Djidbidjidbi (Mount Brockman).
Mirarr speak an average of three Aboriginal languages plus English. Of these languages the Kundjeyhmi language is the dominant tongue (pronounced kund-jate-me).
Mirarr established Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation (GAC) in 1995 to represent their rights and interests.
In accordance with customary law and tradition Mirarr have obligations and responsibilities to other Bininj affected by Mirarr decisions about Mirarr country.