There are 6 traditional Aboriginal Seasons Li’Tya incorporates the Ya-idt’midtung seasons that reflect and honour these traditional weather cycles
The first season is that of the late and sunny Winter, bringing us ~ Nowikundtin (now ee cun din) which falls in August /September.
The second season is the coming of the spring rains, then the Bogong Moth, bringing us ~ Kakkaba) (kak a bar) falling in October/November.
The third season is the hottest season, Summer, bringing us Nowbrror’or (now braw) welcoming in the months ofDecember/January.
The fourth season is warm, sunny early Autumn, coming of the rains, cool nights and warm days, brining us ~ Nowee’dteet (now ee deet) arriving inFebruary/March.
The fifth season is late Autumn, of cold nights, clear skies and gentle sun, just before coming of the snow ~ bring us Koorrkootangba (ker ook oo dangba) falling in April/May.
The sixth season is winter, the coldest season, settling snow, storms and winds ~Koorrkoodtoo’a (ker ook oo doo) enveloping us in June/July.