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The Dyiwali are an indigenous Australian people of Western Australia.


In Norman Tindale's estimation the Dyiwali's lands extended over 1,700 square miles (4,400 km2), taking in the headwaters of Henry and Yannarie rivers, and running southeast from Mt Hamlet and Mt Florry as far as the Lyons River. Their northeastern reaches touched only as far as the Ashburton River divide.[1]

Alternative names

  • Tjiwali.[a]
  • Jiwali.
  • Jivali.
  • Tivali.[1]


  1. ^ To be distinguished from Tjiwaling, an ethnonym used of Walmadjari by their western neighbors.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Tindale 1974, p. 241.


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