Information from: “Aboriginal Languages of the Gascoyne-Ashburton Region” (43-63) . P. Austin (1988)
"The Maya seem to have died out early this century; Radcliffe-Brown recorded some information from speakers in 1910, but by 1958 O’Grady was unable to collect any information, except a comment that the language was like Yingkarta."
"Spoken along the coast from Cape Cuvier south to Boolathanna and inland to Manberry and Minilya stations. Their territory included Lake Macleod."