DescriptionGunggari Country is centred on the Maranoa River which flows through the township of Mitchell in South West Queensland, Australia. Our traditional lands span approximately 37,100 square kilometres of lands and waters nestled between the towns of Charleville, Mitchell, St George and Bollon. The Chesterton and Great Dividing Ranges bound Gunggari country to the east and west. The lands of the Mandandanji lie to the east, and the Kooma to the south. We derive our traditional connection to country through our ancestry, a commonly shared deep spirituality and affinity with our homeland and recognition of our social belonging. Our laws and customs derive from a broader culture, described variously as ‘Gunggari’, ‘Kogai’, ‘Unggari’ or ‘Gnorree’, whose members spoke dialects closely related to the one language known as Gunggari.