|Location||Bloomfield River; Weary Bay and south to Cape Kimberley; also in the vicinity of Spring Vale. This term appears to embrace the Yanyu of McConnel; ten hordes are listed by Hughes and there are indications of a possible eight others given by Parry-Okeden. Jungkurara possibly was a horde name originally but in 1938 informants of the tribe preferred it to any other.|
|Co-ordinates||146°25'E x 16°0'S|
|Area||500 sq. m. (1,300 sq. km.)|
|References||Hughes in Curr, 1886; Parry-Okeden, 1897; Roth, 1910; Giglioli, 1911; McConnel, 1931, 1939-1940; Davidson, 1938; Tindale, 1938 MS, 1940; Sharp, 1939; Australian Encyclopedia, 1958; Wright (midshipman), 1801 in Lanyon-Orgill, 1961; Dixon, 1969 MS.|
|Alternative Names||Yungkarara, Junkara, Koko Dyungay, Yungurara, Yung-Kurara (['bam:a] = man), Koko-aungu (valid language name), Kokodjilandji (valid alternative), Kokojalanja, Kokoyalunyu, Koko Ialunia, Koko Ialiu, Bulponara (a horde name), Bulpoonarra, Yokarra (a horde name).|
This information is reproduced from NB Tindale's Aboriginal Tribes of Australia
(1974). Please be aware that much of the data relating to Aboriginal language group distribution and definition has undergone revision since 1974. Please note also that this catalogue represents Tindale's attempt to depict Aboriginal tribal distribution at the time of European contact.