Location: Northeastern side of King Sound from east side of Stokes Bay north to Crawford Bay and the eastern islands of the sound from Helpman Island to Caffarelli; not on inshore islands east of Byron Island. On mainland they went inland only for about 10 miles (15 km.). They were more a land-dwelling people than their raft-using neighbors, the Umede, but they visited Helpman Island on rafts made of light mangrove poles and also visited Wilima, an island at the mouth of Meda River directly off Warwa territory.
Co-ordinates: 123°30'E x 16°35'S
Area: 400 sq. m. (1,000 sq. km.)
References: Tindale, 1953 MS; Coate, 1966.
Alternative Names: Ongkarang (valid alternative), O:kwata (language name), Unggarangi.