Location: Cape Everard (Point Hicks) to Lakes Entrance; on Cann, Brodribb, Buchan, and Snowy rivers; inland to about Black Mountain. One of the five tribes artificially grouped as the Kurnai.
Co-ordinates: 148°35'E x 37°35'S
Area: 2,200 sq. m. (5,700 sq. km.)
References: Smyth, 1878; Fison and Howitt, 1880; Bulmer in Curr, 1887; Turner, Staple and Shaw, 1900; Mathews, 1902 (Gr. 6401), 1907 (Gr. 6483); Howitt, 1891, 1904; Anonymous, 1909; Tindale, 1940.
Alternative Names: Kroatungolung, Krow-ithun-koolo, Krowathun-Koolung, Krauatun-kurnai, Muk-dhang (['mak] = good, ['ðang] = speech, own language name), Gunggala-dhang (language name given by Bidawal), Thangkwai (language name given by others, means 'rough speech'), Thangguai, Thang quai, Karnathun, ['ngatban] = no, ['ka:nai] = man.