Location: Eastern portion of Cobourg Peninsula centering in Mountnorris Bay. According to some information four other small tribes or hordes of this one are in the same area, Wonga:ran on the mainland opposite Croker Island; Ka:ri:k east of Cape Don; the Nga:dalwuli on the coast east of the Ka:ri:k; and Mandu:wit also on the northwest, east of the Nga:dalwuli. See additional notes under headings Oitbi and Wurango.
Co-ordinates: 132°35'E x 11°25'S
Area: 100 sq. m. (260 sq. km.)
References: Stoddard, 1834; Earl, 1846, 1853; Foelsche in Curr, 1886; Foelsche, 1895; Spencer, 1914; Jennison, 1927; Hart, 1930; Sweeney, 1939; Capell, 1940, 1942, 1962, 1965; Tindale, 1940; Elkin, Berndt and Berndt, 1951; Berndt and Berndt, 1951, 1964; Lockwood, 1962; C. Berndt, 1965; Goodale, 1971.
Alternative Names: (ii = no), Ji:wadja, Jiwadja, Juwadja, Iwaija, Iyi, Eiwaja, Eaewardja, Eaewarga (in MS presuming g = dj), Uwaidja, Eae-warge-ga, Unalla, Limbakaraja, Limba-Karadjee, Iwaiji (compare note under Wurango), Tarula (Melville Islanders term, lit. 'riflemen' because Joe Cooper, early white settler, used Iwaidja helpers to defend himself).