It is generally accepted that the Kamu language is associated with the area around the Daly River Crossing and Tipperary station, including the lower Fish River valley south of the Daly River. However, very little is known about the traditional Kamu population and their clan estates. There are no fluent speakers of Kamu left. Most of the information we know about the Kamu language was collected by Mark Harvey, and is available from the resources links on this site.
Ian Green’s corpus contains no recordings of Kamu. Mark Harvey’s recordings of Kamu are archived with the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and can be accessed from there.
Harvey, Mark. 2003. The evolution of verb systems in the Eastern Daly language family. In Nicholas Evans (ed.), The Non-Pama-Nyungan languages of Northern Australia, 159–184. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.