The Bindal are an Indigenous Australian people of the state of North Queensland.
Bindal (Bendalgubba, Nyawaygi) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language of the Pama–Nyungan language family. Bowern suggests that it might have been a Maric language. Gavan Breen has classified it as one of the Lower Burdekin languages yet presumes that one of two Lower Burdekin languages, which he concluded were not Maric, is Bindal. Only some confused word lists survive bearing on Bindal.
The Bindal's coastal reaches lay around the Burdekin River's outlet into the Coral Sea at Upstart Bay, running northwards as far as Cape Cleveland and inland to the Leichhardt Range. They were the indigenous people of Ayr. Norman Tindale estimated the overall extent of their lands at about 1,000 square miles (2,600 km2).