- This article is for the Indigenous Australian group. For their language, see Kurrama language.
The Kurrama people are an indigenous Australian people from the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Their traditional lands encompass much of the higher plateaus of the Hamersley Range. The indigenous Australian language associated with the people is the Kurrama language, of the Pama–Nyungan language family. The language is endangered, with perhaps only 20 speakers remaining.
Alternate spellings for the name of this group include: Kurama, Gurama, Kerama, Karama, Korama, and Kormama. The term "Jana:ri", meaning 'inlanders', has been applied to this group by neighbouring peoples such as the Ngaluma and Talandji., "Jawunmara" is the name ascribed to them by the nearby Indjibandi people from the lower country to the northeast.
- Australian Aboriginal tribal database: record for the Kurrama
- Native title case involving the Kurrama
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