29 (2006 census). Wurm reported only 3 speakers left in 1981 (Wurm 2007).
Queensland, Barron river south of Mareeba to Kuranda, north to Port Douglas on a plateau.
Dyaabugay, Gulay, Njakali (Nyagali, Nyakali).
In the 1980s, a revival of the language was undertaken and it has since been in daily use among members of the ethnic group as a symbol of their identity (2007).