|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||Eastern Highlands, Gulf provinces|
|(3,000 cited 1990 census)|
Simbari or Chimbari, is an Angan language of Papua New Guinea.
There are at least two dialects of Simbari. The Simbari language is partly cognate with Baruya.
Simbari is spoken by the Simbari people. Simbari culture and society have received extensive anthropological studies, especially by Gilbert Herdt.