The Kabi (or Kabi Kabi) people are an Aboriginal Murri people of Australia, and corresponding language group of the South East Queensland coast, stretching from Brisbane up to Gladstone. In their language, "Kabi" means "No".
Recently smaller clan groups separated into sub-groups, and do not identify as Kabi, therefore the term Kabi now refers to a smaller group. Kabi were previously designated the main anthropological group identified in the South East Queensland region.
Buroinjin was a game played by the Kabi. Spectators called out 'Ei, ei' to applaud. Buroinjin was the name of the ball made from kangaroo skin.
The ancestral god of the Kabi is Dhakan (the rainbow) which was a part-fish ancestral spirit residing in deep water holes.