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Wangaaypuwan

Wangaibon
Total population
possibly under 100
(less than 1% of the Australian population, less than 1% of the Aboriginal population)
Regions with significant populations
Australia
(New South Wales)
Languages
English
Religion
Aboriginal mythology

The Wangaaypuwan, also known as the Wangaibon or Ngiyampaa Wangaaypuwan, are an Aboriginal Australian people who traditionally lived between Nyngan, the headwaters of Bogan Creek, and on Tigers Camp and Boggy Cowal creeks[1][2][3][4] and west to Ivanhoe, New South Wales.[5] They are a clan of the Ngiyampaa nation.

  1. ^ Countries and their Cultures.
  2. ^ Cameron 1885, pp. 345–346.
  3. ^ Woods 1879.
  4. ^ Balfe 1887, pp. 380–381.
  5. ^ Tindale 1974, p. 201.