The Karadjeri (Garadjui, Guaradjara, Karadjari) are an Aboriginal group located in the state of Western Australia, in the area of Roebuck Bay and inland to Broome. In 1984 there were thirty-five individuals. Karadjeri is classified in the Pama-Nyungan Family of Australian languages. The Karadjeri were hunters and gatherers with their subsistence territory defined with reference to various religious and sacred sites.


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