Koora, nitja baal Gallyipet Minang boodjar nyininy.
Other names he was known as were: Gallypert, Galipert, Galiput, Gyallipert.
Gallyipet sailed to the swan river colony to meet with colonists wer noongar custodians including Wp/nys/Yagan in 1833 wer made a pen-and-ink drawing of a campsite- a very early example of Noongar interest in writing wer drawing to communicate. He wer Wp/nys/Manyat also attended a piano recital, performed a dance in return wer afterwards sat in armchairs wer drank tea with the colonist.
- The Dead and Their Possessions: Repatriation in Principle, Policy and Practice
- History of West Australia
- From the Letters and Journals of George Fletcher Moore
- The Deadman Dance by Kim Scott
- Green, N. 1989: p 9-10
- Hallam,Sylvia and Lois Tilbrook, Aborigines of the Southwest Region 1829-1840:The Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australia Volume VIII, The university of Western Australia Press, Nedlands WA 1990 pp.154-155
- Green, Neville. Aborigines of the Albany Region 1821-1898: the Bicentennial Dictionary of Western Australians Volume V1. Nedlands, WA: The University of Western Australia Press, 1989 pp.9-10.