Jungle Woman is a 1926 Australian film directed by Frank Hurley. It was shot partly on location in Thursday Island back to back with another Hurley feature, The Hound of the Deep (1926).


Englishman Martin South (Eric Bransby Williams) is leading an expedition into the Dutch New Guinea hinterland to search for gold, being joined by George Mardyke (Jameson Thomas), who he thinks is his friend. The expedition is attacked by headhunters and Mardyke leaves Martin for dead so he can pursue the latter's fiancée, Eleanor (Lillian Douglas), the daughter of a plantation manager.