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 available for food, medicines, and materials.
Join us for a walk through the Kent Street Weir Park as Tjalaminu “TJ” Mia, CEO of Sister Kate’s Kids Home Aboriginal Corporation shares her knowledge of Djeran.
Running from April to May, Djeran is the time for marriages and courtship ceremonies. Several banksia species start flowering and the people’s diet changed to incorporate fish, frogs, and turtles.
This Six Seasons Walk is presented as part of the Swan Canning River Recovery Stage Three, supported by Perth NRM, through funding from the Australian Government.