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D'harawal Location MapD'harawal Calendar
the D'harawal Country and language area extends from the southern shores of
Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour) to the northern shores of the Shoalhaven River,
and from the eastern shores of the Wollondilly River system to the eastern seaboard
January February March April May June July August September October November December
Burran Marrai'gang Burrugin Wiritjiribin Ngoonungi Parra'dowee
Gadalung Marool Bana'murrai'yung Tugarah Tuli Tugarah Gunya'marri Murrai'yunggory Goray' murrai
hot and dry wet becoming cooler cold, frosty, short days cold and windy cool, getting warmer warm and wet
           

Go to Bureau of Meteorology rainfall temperature graphs for this regionGo to Bureau of Meteorology
rainfall & temperature graphs for this region

32 Hundred Lighting's D'harawal seasons light show project
"SENTINELS OF THE SEASONS" in Sydney's VIVID Light Festival 2012.

Permission [pending] to use the D'harawal seasonal calendar is granted by the D'harawal Traditional Knowledgeholders' and Descendents' Circle