The Wikatinda were a small tribe whose territory, estimated by Norman Tindale to embrace some 200 square miles (520 km2), extended from the coastal area, south from the Archer River to a distance inland of roughly 8 miles.
By the writing of Tindale's writing (1974) he stated that the Wikatinda were 'virtually extinct'.
- Wik Tinda.
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