During 2017 Perth NRM are running a series of outdoor walks that take place throughout Perth and in bush and beach locations that would have been used traditionally by Noongar people.

On these free community walks, learn about the six Noongar seasons in the Perth Region. The six seasons played an integral role in the yearly cycle of travel and resource collection for Noongar people, each of these walks takes you to where Noongar people would have been during that season and teaches you what resources were used and available at that time including foods, medicines, and materials.

To register for one all of the six season walks follow the links below:

Bunuru – The fruiting season                    
Date: 29 March
Location: South Beach, North Coogee
https://www.trybooking.com/PCFU

Djeran – The first rains
Date: 3 May
Location: Hestor Park, Langford
https://www.trybooking.com/PEMR

Makaru – The cold and wet
Date: 5 July
Location: Forrestdale Lake, Forrestdale
https://www.trybooking.com/PEMV

Djilba – The weather starts to warm
Date: 6 September
Location: Forrestdale Lake, Forrestdale
https://www.trybooking.com/PEOA

Kamabarang – The flowering
Date: 1 November
Location: Thompson Lake, Cockburn
https://www.trybooking.com/PEOC

Birak – The hot and dry
Date: 13 December
Location: Bibra lake, Bibra Lake
https://www.trybooking.com/PEOG

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