LocationAt Gingin, Moora, New Norcia, Moore River, and Cape Leschenault; north to about Hill River; inland to near 243 Miling and Victoria Plains. The last surviving male member of the Whadjuk tribe, Ngepal, spoke the name of this tribe as ['I:wat] = [I:wat]. Color plate 36 is relevant.
Co-ordinates115°55'E x 30°55'S
Area6,500 sq. m. (16,900 sq. km.)
ReferencesSalvado and Monger in Curr, 1886; Giglioli, 1911; Bates, 1915; Tindale, 1940, 1953 MS, 1966 MS; Australian Encyclopedia, 1958.
Alternative Names['juat] = ['juat] = no, I:wat, Yued, New Norcia tribe, Minnalyungar (general name given by northerners, means 'southern people'), Jaburu-jungara (Whadjuk name, where Jaburu = north), Tirarop (one of the terms of their social organization), Jabanwongi (name applied to language).