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ⓘ Djugun, Western Australia. Djugun is a northern suburb of Broome, Western Australia within the local government area of the Shire of Broome. The name relates to ..



                                     

ⓘ Djugun, Western Australia

Djugun is a northern suburb of Broome, Western Australia within the local government area of the Shire of Broome. The name relates to the language of the local Djugun or Jukun Aboriginal people. Its population has increased from 2.067 at the 2006 Census to 2.833 at the 2016 Census.

                                     
  • or Djugun or Dyugun may refer to: Jukun people West Africa Jukun Takum language Jukun people Australia Jukun language disambiguation Djugun Western
  • Jukun or Djugun is an Australian Aboriginal language of Western Australia There are no longer any fluent speakers of Jukun, but some people may remember
  • The Djugun also spelt Jukun, Tjunung are an Indigenous Australian people of Western Australia Writing in 1974 Norman Tindale stated that by his time
  • occupied by the Karajarri. The Yawuru people in Broome also include the Djugun and the two are distinguished only by minor dialectal differences. In Yawuru
  • their north, the Nimanburu to the east, the Yawuru to the southeast and the Djugun to their south. Ngormbal. Ngombaru. Ngumbarl. McGregor 2013, pp. 40 41.
  • or Jiba, a Jukunoid language of Nigeria Djugun language, an Australian Aboriginal language of Western Australia Jukunoid languages, languages spoken by
  • Major roads in rural Western Australia connect regional and remote centres of Western Australia forming the basis of the road network outside of Metropolitan
                                     
  • 234 E - 17.925 122.234 Bilingurr is a northern suburb of Broome, Western Australia within the local government area of the Shire of Broome. Its population
  • Stockton - on - Tees for the Western Australian Government Railways between 1954 and 1956. In the early 1950s the Western Australian Government Railways placed
  • This list of Australian Aboriginal group names includes names and collective designations which have been applied, either currently or in the past, to
  • Australia were announced on 13 June 2011. indicates an award given posthumously. Queen s Birthday 2011 Honours Lists, Governor - General of Australia
  • There are numerous Australian Aboriginal languages and dialects, many of which are endangered. An endangered language is one that it is at risk of falling

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