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- group wathaurung , flag - , po****tion , region1 geelong , pop1 , ref1 , region2 ballarat , pop2 , ref2 , languages wadawurrung ,
- wathawurrung (wathaurong, wada wurrung; obsolete barrabool) is the extinct indigenous australian language spoken by the wathaurong people
- geelong was named in 1827, with the name derived from the local wathaurong aboriginal name for the region, jillong, thought to mean 'land
- prior to british settlement the area around port phillip was divided between the territories of the wathaurong (to the west), wurundjeri
- ballaarat—in 1837 with the name derived from local wathaurong aboriginal words for the area, balla arat, thought to mean 'resting place'.
- arweet is an important tribal position in the boon wurrung and wathaurong tribal peoples of the indigenous australian kulin alliance
- the peninsula itself was originally occupied by indigenous australian clans of the wathaurong nation, prior to european settlement in
- boonwurrung and wathaurong the area was an important meeting place for the clans of the kulin nation alliance and a vital source of food and water
- australian aboriginal mythology , related boonerwrung , dja dja wurrung , taungurong , wathaurong see list of indigenous australian group names
- wathaurrung (wath-er-rung) – the wathaurong people. daungwurrung (tung-ger-rung) – the taungurong people. dja dja wrung (jar-jar wrung) – the