Emuarius by hyrotrioskjan-daxg172
An artist's illustration of Emuarius sp.
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Casuariiformes
Family: Dromaiidae
Genus: Emuarius
Boles, 1992
Referred species
  • Emuarius gidju (Patterson & Rich, 1987)
  • Emuarius guljaruba (Boles, 2001)

Emuarius is an extinct genus of flightless bird from Australia that lived during the early Miocene and late Oligocene. It is one of two known genera of emu. There are two known species in the genus, Emuarius gidju and Emuarius guljaruba. The birds in this genus are known as emuwaries. Some Australian fossils initially believed to be from emus were recognized to represent a distinct genus, Emuarius, which had a cassowary-like skull and femur and an emu-like lower leg and foot.