Information from: “Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 19th Edition (2016)” . Lewis, M. Paul, Gary F. Simons, and Charles D. Fennig · SIL International
No known L1 speakers
"Date of last speaker’s death unknown"
Scripts (Writing system)
Lower Cape York peninsula, Gulf of Carpenteria coast, between Mitchell and Nassau rivers
Information from: “Austlang: Australian Indigenous Languages Database” . AIATSIS
"Koko-Bera is actually only one of three named dialects formally spoken throughout much of an area lying within some 30 km of the Gulf of Carpentaria coast between the South Mitchell and Nassau River; (Koko-Bera was a relatively central dialect spoken along Topsy Creek. The other two dialects were Kok-Wap, to the northeast, and Kok-Peponk, to the south (Black MS 1175:19)."