The Wanyuru were an indigenous Australian people of the state of Queensland.
The ethnonym is that recorded by Tindale, though the linguist Robert Dixon later affirmed that no tribal name is known for the people who spoke the Wañjurru language.
Wañurr(u), together with Yidiny and Gunggay, the latter spoken by the Gungganyji, were all dialects of the one language.
In Norman Tindale's estimation the Wanjuru's tribal lands covered some 200 square miles (520 km2), from an area south of where the Russell River debouches into the Coral Sea down to Cooper Point and Innisfail. Like the other rainforest dwellers in this area, the Kunja, their inland extension lay about Babinda.