Majuru is the coldest and wettest season of the year.

This is the season of fertility and runs from June to July.

It is characterised by the onset of strong westerly winds.

Makuru also sees the flowering of the Sheoak tree (as shown in this picture).

During Makuru, the Nyoongar/Noongar people altered their diets from marine foods to grazing animals such as kangaroo.

Tune in next week to learn about the fifth season, Djilba!