The Girramay are an Australian Aboriginal tribe of northern Queensland.
The Girramay ethnonym is formed from jir:a, meaning "man".
The Girramay spoke the most southerly dialect of Dyirbal.
The Girramay people's traditional lands extend over some 1,000 square miles (2,600 km2) south from Rockingham Bay to Cardwell. Northwards, their boundaries reach close to the upper Murray River and the Cardwell Range, and also take in inland areas of the Herbert River.
Before European settlement, the Girramay lived in a mixture of rainforest and open forest environments.
Girramay territory has trees with a variety of bark that could be beaten into a cloth to fashion a "rain shield" and neighbouring tribes such as the Dyirbal and Ngajanji therefore called this device a keramai, their pronunciation of the Girramay ethnonym.[a]