D’harawal Annual Seasons – Perpetual Calendar and poster

D’harawal Annual Seasons – Perpetual Calendar and poster

An A4, printable, one-page-per-month, colouring-in calendar illustrating the six D’harawal annual seasons (or the twelve months as we know them).

The six annual seasons are outlined in the D’harawal: Climate and Natural Resources book.

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Perpetual Calendar pdf 10.5Mb

You can also download a coloured poster version of this calendar – it can be reproduced in colour up to A1 size if you like:

Dharawal annual cycle poster thumbnail    Dharawal annual cycle poster cropped 74Mb



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