Location: Galbraith Station and northern bank of the lower Staaten River inland to Old Koolatah, north to Inkerman and middle Nassau River. The term Wangara shown on the 1940 map was provided by Kokomini and Kokopera (Konanin) informants. In 1963 the name was said to mean 'white men' and the above given in its place with the rolled r termination predominating among informants. The Kwantari evidently were closely related to the Araba.
Co-ordinates: 141°50'E x 16° 10'S
Area: 2,400 sq. m. (6,200 sq. km.)
References: Parry-Okeden, 1897; Mathews, 1899 (Gr. 6445); Roth, 1901, 1904; Sharp, 1934, 1939; Tindale, 1940, 1963 MS, West, 1963 MS; Capell, 1963.
Alternative Names: Kuantari, Kundara, Gundara, Goondarra, Wangara (see comment above), Wanggara, Kokowanggara, Kokawangar, Kokatabul, Kokodaue, Koko-daua, Oikand.