Location: Along the Avoca River and Tyrrell Creek; north to Sea Lake; south to Charlton; east to Gonn, west of Kerang; southwest to Lake Buloke; north to beyond Towaninnie; several hordes. Howitt (1884) indicates their language was related to that of the Jaara (his Jajowrong).
Co-ordinates: 143°10'E x 35°55'S
Area: 1,700 sq. m. (4,400 sq. km.)
References: Robinson, 1844; Eyre, 1845; Howitt, 1884, 1904; McCarthy in Curr, 1887; Mathews, 1898 (Gr. 6468); Stone, 1911; Tindale, MS.
Alternative Names: Jambajamba (['jamba] = no), Yamba, Yam-bayamba, Yuppila, Yupa-galk-wournditch ('people of the native box [Bursaria spinosa] country'), Yow-ew-nil-lurn, Towanninny (a place name, now Towaninnie), Mallenjerrick ('people of the mallee').