Waljen (WA)

LocationEast of Lake Raeside from Malcolm, Morgans, Laverton, and Burtville, southeast to Edjudina Soaks, n.n. ['I:tjuruna], ['tjortjor] or ['manda 'tjukur] (mopoke totem) and Lake Lightfoot; at Lake Carey; east to beyond Lake Minigwal and a native place, not fixed, called ['Winbalj]. In the 1890s they shifted south to Kalgoorlie in a general southwestward movement. To the Maduwongga and Kalamaia they were Wonggai-jungara, broadly interpreted as 'aggressive men' or 'usurpers.'
Co-ordinates122°45'E x 29°20'S
Area6,000 sq.m. (15,600 sq. km.)
ReferencesTindale, 1940, 1966 MS.
Alternative NamesKoara (means 'latecomers' and is applied to any friendly people who have moved into a new area), Waula (means 'north side'), wa: == no.