The Yindjilandji are an indigenous Australian people of the Northern Territory.
In Norman Tindale's guesstimate, the Yindjilandji ranged over roughly 8,200 square miles (21,000 km2) of tribal land. They were a Barkly Tableland people, occupying the area about Buchanan Creek and Ranken River, with a western limits toward Dalmore and Alroy Downs. Eastwards their terrain extended over the border with Queensland close to the headwaters of the Gregory River and Lawn Hill Creek.
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