Ngan'gi is and Aboriginal language of Australia's Northern Territory. It is spoken by about 150-200 people in the region around the Daly River, most of them living in the communities of Nauiyu, Peppimenarti, Wudigapildhiyerr, and in a number of smaller outstations on traditional lands, such as Nganambala and Merrepen. The name 'Ngan'gi' is a shorter name for two closely related languages; Ngan'gikurunggurr and Ngen'giwumirri.
Visit the Ngan'gi Language Website research and development by Patricia Marrfurra Mctaggart AM and Prof. Nicholas Reid, University of New England
Ngan'gi Plants and Animals