The eastern boundaries of Jupagalk territory, which extended over 1,700 sq. miles, went as far as Gonn. Their southern boundary ended around Charlton. They extended west of Kerang, and southwest towards Lake Buloke. The northern frontier lay beyond Towaninnie.
- Jambajamba (jamba means 'no')
- Yamba, Yambayamba.
- Yuppila, Yupa-galk-wournditch ("people of the native box (Bursaria spinosa) country")
- Mallenjerrick ("people of the mallee").
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