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|Sub Category:||Native Title Claimants (registered)|
|Location:||Yorke Peninsula, South Australia, Australia|
|Summary Information: |
|Narungga people have always lived on Yorke Peninsula. Their country extends as far north as Port Broughton and east to the Hummock Ranges. Their neighbours were the Kaurna of the Adelaide Plains and the Nukunu to the north, with whom the Narungga would meet for trade and ceremony. The Narungga nation was made up of four clans, the Kurnara in the north of the peninsula, Windera in the east, Wari in the west and Dilpa in the south.|
The Nurungga people are involved in the pilot negotiations for the South Australian Statewide Framework Agreement.
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