WA seasons

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The six seasons of West Australia[edit]

The names and concept of the six seasons come from the traditional custodians of the land, the Whadjuk / Perth Noongar peoples.

Bunuru[edit]

The Bunru season includes February and March and is the time of hot, dry, easterly and north winds.

Djeran[edit]

The Dieran season includes April and May and is the time of cooling, south-west winds.

Makuru[edit]

The Makuru season includes June and July and is the time of cold, rain, westerly gales.

Djilba[edit]

The Dilba season includes August and September and is the time of warming.

Kambarang[edit]

The Kambarang season includes October and November and is the time of rain lessening.

Birak[edit]

The Birak season includes December and January and is the time of hot, dry, daytime easterly breezes and late afternoon south-west sea breezes.