DescriptionNgambri is an Aboriginal name for a locality in the southeast of Australia, near the centre of what is now Australia's capital city of Canberra. The area is close to Black Mountain along Sullivans Creek down to the Yeelamgigee, now Molonglo River. The extent of recognised Ngambri territory, and of their distinction from the Walgalu, has been the subject of controversy in recent years. Canberra, where Ngambri claims are made, lay close to the tribal boundaries that separated the Ngarigo from the Ngunawal.
DescriptionBefore white man’s arrival there were a thousand or more Ngambri and Ngurnal people living in family groups across their traditional lands.