Waka–Kabic languages (green) among Pama–Nyungan (tan). The Kingkel languages are the small area on the coast to the north.
The Waka–Kabic (Waka-Gabi) languages form an extinct family of Pama–Nyungan languages of Australia. The languages were:
- Than: Gureng Gureng, Gabi (Kabikabi), Dappil (Tulua?)
- Miyan: Wuliwuli, Waga (Wakawaka), Barunggam (Muringam)
Miyan may be a single language, Wakawaka. Gureng Gureng still has some L2 speakers.
The Kingkel languages, Darumbal and Bayali, are sometimes believed be to be Waka-Kabic. Bowern (2011) moved Darumbal to the Maric languages, but did not address Bayali. The two languages are not close.