Location: Sandhill country south of Warburton Range (not extending to this range), commencing at Papakula (Babbagoola Rockhole on maps); west to Lakes Gillen and Throssell; south to Amy Rocks and Saunders Range; east to Lenga:na, a ['wati 'walji 'tjukur] place probably east of Sydney Yeo Chasm; southeast to Wardadikanja, a ['kalaia 'tjukur] or emu totem place perhaps near 127°E x 28°30'S.
Co-ordinates: 126°10'E x 27°20'S
Area: 21,000 sq. m. (54,600 sq. km.)
References: Bates, 1910, 1914; Elkin, 1935, 1940; Tindale, 1935 MS, 1940, 1953 MS, 1968; Berndt and Berndt, 1946, 1964; Berndt, 1954; Dunlop et al., 1967 (cinefilms).
Alternative Names: Mandjindjara (valid extension of name), Mandjindji, Mangundjara (variant pronunciation by a member of the tribe), Mandjindjiwongga, Manjinjiwonga, Mantjila, Mangula, Kalgonei, Kalgoneidjara (language name applied by Ngadadjara to this tribe and to the Wenamba), Nanggarangku (lit. 'hostile men,' a term applied by the Pitjandjara, as also to the Ngalea), Mandshindshi [sic].