The six seasons of West Australia
The names and concept of the six seasons come from the traditional custodians of the land, the Whadjuk / Perth Noongar peoples.
The Bunru season includes February and March and is the time of hot, dry, easterly and north winds.
The Dieran season includes April and May and is the time of cooling, south-west winds.
The Makuru season includes June and July and is the time of cold, rain, westerly gales.
The Dilba season includes August and September and is the time of warming.
The Kambarang season includes October and November and is the time of rain lessening.
The Birak season includes December and January and is the time of hot, dry, daytime easterly breezes and late afternoon south-west sea breezes.