DescriptionNgarrindjeri is an Aboriginal nation of 18 language groups who occupied, and still inhabit, the Lower Murray, Coorong and Lakes area of South Australia. Their lands and waters extended 30km up the Murray from Lake Alexandrina, the length of the Coorong and the coastal area to Encounter Bay. Today this Aboriginal group is still very strong, with a large community of people based in the Lower Murray and Coorong area. The Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC acts as agent for the native title rights and interests of the Ngarrindjeri people.
DescriptionBunganditj (Boandik). Bunganditj is located in the far south-east of the state of South Australia, and includes the towns of Mount Gambier and Millicent. It slightly crosses the border into Victoria. Bungaditj lies south of the Bodaruwitj (or Bindjali) and Meintangk (or Moandik) languages.VARIATIONS Bak-on-date, Bangandidj, Barconedeet, Boandik, Boan-diks, Booandik, Boranikngolo, Borandikngolo (misprint), Buandic, Buandig, Buandik, Buanditj, Bugandidj, Bundandidj, Bungandaetch, Bungandaetcha, Bungandaitj, Bungandidjk, Buandig (used by AIATSIS), Bungandidj, Bungandit, Bunganditjngolo, Bungandity, Burhwundeirtch, Buwandik, Drualat-ngolonung, Mount Gambier dialect, Nguro (of eastern tribes), Pundandik, Pungandaitj, Pungandik, Pungantitj, Smoky River tribe.