The ‘flowering’ is the height of the wildflower season. Quandong trees were ripening, ready for harvesting later in the season, as well as other small shrubs that produced berries. Families moved towards the coast where frogs, tortoises and freshwater crayfish or gilgies and blue marron were caught. Snakes and goannas were also a source of food during this season. Colours of this seasonare blue and green.

Our Vision is that all Aboriginal people, their families and communities are empowered, and have the skills and supports, to improve and maintain their social and emotional wellbeing.

Yorgum is committed to promoting and protecting at all times the best interests of children and vulnerable people involved in its services.


Yorgum Healing Services offers a wide variety of support services for Aboriginal people. View all our services here.


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Yorgum acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to their elders both past and present.