Origin of gunyah
Examples from the Web for gunyah
By night-fall they reached their first night's camp, where they found the "gunyah" very acceptable.
The meat curing was as usual a slow process, there being no salt, and a gunyah having to be made to smoke it in.
Bowen's answer was to hand his weapon over to Kilbride and to creep into the gunyah on his hands and knees.Stingaree|E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
In the evening he partook of a supper of fish and nardoo, and one of the old men shared his gunyah with poor Wills.Australian Heroes and Adventurers|William Pyke
He then gave Mr. Burke a letter and his watch for his father, and we buried the remainder of the field-books near the gunyah.A Source Book Of Australian History|Compiled by Gwendolen H. Swinburne