DescriptionThe Kamilaroi are the second largest nation on the eastern coast of Australia, with Wiradjuri being the largest. Their nation covers 30,000 square miles of fertile soil, running rivers and streams. Their language is Gamilaraay and their lifestyle is to co-exist with, and maintain a balance with nature. Kamilaroi Aboriginal people lived in harmony with the environment. The Kamilaroi believe in a large number of supernatural beings. Among them, the most important are: Baiame, Dharramulan and Garriya. Baiame, pronounced BYE-umme, is believed to have the greatest of Powers. Dharramulan is the one-legged son of Baiame. Legend says that Garriya, the Rainbow Serpent, a fabulous monster which appeared in a snake-like form, is now believed to be resting deep within Boobera Lagoon, 13.5km west of Boggabilla, NSW.