The Barapa Barapa people (also known as Baraba Baraba, Baraparapa, Baraparapa) is closely connected to the Wemba-Wemba and Wadi Wadi peoples. Barapa Barapa country includes Gunbower, Perricoota/Koondrook Forests and the townships of Kerang and Barham. Barapa Barapa people also have extensive shared Country with its neighbours, the Wemba-Wemba and Yorta Yorta – at Deniliquin, Kow Swamp and in Gunbower, Perrricoota/Koondrook.
The Barapa Barapa nation is part of the North-West Nations Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Group, and undertakes significant cultural heritage and Natural Resource Management work on Country.
Prior to European settlement, The aboriginal inhabitants of the Deniliquin area were the Barapa Baraba people.
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