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- wathaurung, also called the wadawurrung, are an indigenous australian tribe living in the area near melbourne, geelong and the bellarine peninsula. they
- wathawurrung (wathaurong, wada wurrung; obsolete barrabool) is the extinct indigenous australian language spoken by the wathaurong people of the kulin
- at batman's camp in july 1835. buckley had been living with the local wathaurong people for over thirty years since his escape from an early settlement
- the 1830s, the collective po****tions of the wurundjeri, bunurong and wathaurong tribes of the kulin nation was estimated to be under 20,000. the kulin
- local wathaurong tribe 'waubra' that po****ted the area prior to european settlement. the original inhabitants were the 'waubra' a wathaurong indigenous
- arweet is an important tribal position in the boon wurrung and wathaurong tribal peoples of the indigenous australian kulin alliance who live from western
- taungurong is now the common term for all the people of this language group. wathaurong (wadha-wurrung): spoken by 15 clans south of the werribee river and the
- ngurungaeta held the same tribal standing as an arweet of the bunurong and wathaurong people. the current ngurungaeta is murrundindi. ngurungaeta include: bebejan