makuru

June to July

During the ‘cold and wet’ Noongar people moved inland from the coast to the Darling Scarp to shelter from the cold coastal winds. The flowering sheoak trees meant the kangaroos were ready to eat. Wild carrots and several species of wild potato were ready for harvesting. Colours of this season are grey and black.

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Rhythm​2​Recovery Facilitator Training

ABORIGINAL FOCUSED TRAINING
22 - 23 AUGUST 2024
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