Menang Aboriginal owners recognise six different seasons. There are subtle variations that signal the transition from one season to another- changes in the weather, which plants are in flower, and which bush foods are abundant.
This knowledge of nature is fundamental to the culture of Wagyl Kaip and its people. Menang people have lived with the changing landscape for tens of thousands of years, adapting and using the land for food, shelter and general well-being.
These Six Seasons Teacher Resources have been developed at Flinders Park PS for you to access and complement your teaching programs when incorporating the Aboriginal Cultural Standards Framework.
Wording Six Seasons ExplainedNoongar People Noongar LandNoongar DictionaryCultural Heritage Field GuideMenang and their land -1 Green IslandMenang & their land 2 Rainbow serpent & Manypeaks
Noongar SeasonsKinjarling Heritage SurveyNoongar History of Strawberry Hill