|Location||Along Canning Stock Route between Well 30, n.n. ['Tjundu'tjundu] and Well 38, n.n. ['Watjaparni]; south about 50 miles (80 km.) to a hill called Tjanbari, not yet identified, and unidentified waters called Kolajuru, Karukada, Keweilba, and Kunkunba; northward only a few miles from the line of the Stock Route to unidentified places called Tjam:ala and Maindu; eastward no farther than about Longitude 126°E to an unlocalized water known as Ngila. In 1964 W. B. MacDougall found a party of nine women at Imiri on Percival Lakes who used the above tribal designation. A tribal shift, following European occupation, has led many of these people to the coast and to Hall Creek where they have been studied sometimes as if they were indigenous there; they must not be confused with the Mandjindja from south of the Warburton Ranges.|
|Co-ordinates||125°5'E x 22°35'S|
|Area||8,700 sq. m. (22,600 sq. km.)|
|References||Tindale, 1953 MS, 1963, 1964 MS; Birdsell, 1954 MS; Jensen, 1957; O'Grady, 1958 MS; Lindquist, 1961; Berndt, 1964; MacDougall, 1964 verb. comm.|
|Alternative Names||Mandjiltjara, Mantjiltjara, Mandjildara, Mantjildjara, Manjiljara.|
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.