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''This article is for the Indigenous Australian people. For their language, see Gunai language.

The Gunai (pronounced gun-eye) or Kurnai (cur-nye), often now referred to as the Gunaikurnai (gun-eye-cur-nye), is an Indigenous Australian nation of south-east Australia whose territory occupies most of present-day Gippsland and much of the southern slopes of the Victorian Alps. The Gunaikurnai nation is composed of five major clans. Many of the Gunaikurnai people resisted early European squatting and subsequent settlement during the nineteenth century, resulting in a number of deadly confrontations between Europeans and the Gunaikurnai. There are about 3,000 Gunaikurnai people alive today, predominantly living in Gippsland.