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Cunnamulla Aboriginal Culture – Tribes
The Cunnamulla Aboriginal culture includes five different tribes that are made up of Kunja people, who are the traditional owners of the Cunnamulla area Kooma, Budjiti, Mardigan, and Kullilli people.
The Kunja Aboriginal people are the descendants of Killamunda (including her children Margaret Turner (Granny McKellar), Annie/Nannie Widgell and Jack Brennan), Flora Maranoa, Maria Major (including her children Jack Oliffe, Ron Wyman, Walter Wyman and Lily Lynett) and Jimmy Nyngan. Kunja Aboriginal elders will perform the welcome to country ceremony at the start of Cully Fest on the Warrego. This location was chosen due to its significance to the Aboriginal culture within Cunnamulla as well as being a place where all members of the community treasure and enjoy as part of outback culture and every day life.
The Kooma people are those Aboriginal people who are descended from one or more of the following people, Maggie of Bendena, Kitty of Bollon, Sarah of Fernlee, Mary Button of Murra Murra, Susan Mitchell, Annie Murray, Julia Powell, Lucy Sheridan.

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