Language is all around - it is a learning tool and holder of knowledge.

 

For more information click the language name on the map below or select from the right hand languages menu.

Miwa
Gaambera Kwini
Wila-Wila
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Yiiji Doolboong
Gajirrawoong
Winjarumi Munumburru
Guwij
Wolyamidi
Yawijibaya
Worrorra
Miriwoong
Ngarnawu
Ungarinyin
Jawi
Umiida
Bardi
Unggarrangu
Worla
Nyulnyul
Andajin
Nimanburru
Malngin
Jabirrjabirr Warrwa Kija
Unggumi
Ngumbarl
Bunuba
Jugun
Wanyjirra
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Halls-Creek
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Karajarri
Jaru
Mangala
Walmajarri
Juwaliny
Yulparija
Nyangumarta Ngardi
Kukatja
Wangkajunga
 

The interactive map above presents

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the various languages of the Kimberley indicating their approximate location within the region.

To find out more about each individual language or language group, click on the relevant language name. A full list of Kimberley languages is provided to the right of the map above.

Several of these languages—such as Miwa, Wila Wila and Guwij—do not have speakers within living memory.

Others, such as Andajin, Unggumi and Warrwa, have one or two fluent first language speakers, but there are people who know the languages as an additional one to their own. While others, such as Kukatja and Walmajarri, have first and second language speakers numbering over 1000.

Disclaimer:
The KLRC acknowledges that there are dialects not represented on this map. This map cannot be used within land claims and does not represent Native Title boundaries. Please contact the organisation with any comments or concerns.

 

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