The Kula are estimated by Tindale to have held sway over roughly 4,900 square miles (13,000 km2) of territory, predominantly on the western side of the Darling River, running from near Bourke to Dunlop. They were also around the Warrego River and at Enngonia and Barringun on the border with Queensland. Their western reach ran close to Yantabulla.
- Kumu (language name applied to the Kula but also to other Darling River tribes)
- Guno, Gunu
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