Location: Western end of Cobourg Peninsula. [Iji] and ['Ja:lo] are probably older subtribal or hordal designations, the former at the western end of Cobourg Peninsula, and the latter at Port Essington, Earl (1846;242) gives evidence of early nineteenth-century tribal pressures and movements from the south.
Co-ordinates: 132°5'E x ll°15'S
Area: 500 sq. m. (1,300 sq. km.)
References: Earl, 1846; Pasco in Curr, 1886; Giglioli, 1911; Jennison, 1927 and MS; Jennison in Tindale, 1940; Sweeney, 1939; Berndt and Berndt, 1951.
Alternative Names: Wurrunga, Wurrango, Wuru:ku, U:ru:ku, Auwulwarwak, Wa:reidbug, Woreidbug, Warooko, Ja:lo (['ja:lo] = no), Yarlo, ? Limba-Karadjee (but see Iwaidja).