ETHNONYMS: Wombunger, Wongai-bun, Wonghi, Wonghibon
The Wongaibon are an extinct Australian Aboriginal group who ranged over an area of some 70,000 square kilometers in New South Wales. Their territory was centered at: 146°30′ E and 32° S at the headwaters of Bogan Creek and on Tigers Camp and Boggy Cowal creeks. They used more of the territory and sometimes moved into the territory of adjacent groups during dry periods when food was scarce.
Woods, J. D., ed. (1879). The Native Tribes of South Australia. Adelaide: E. S. Wigg & Son.