With nyit (little) boroong (rainfall), many families would koorliny (move, go to) bilya (rivers) and inlets for djildjit (fishing) and kabi (water) .
Ngiyan waarnk - References[edit | edit source]
- Karla Arnall. "Second summer arrives in South West Noongar calendar". ABC Great Southern WA. publisher Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 27 August 2016
- Hansen, Vivienne and John Horsfall. 2016. “Noongar Bush Medicine: Medicinal plants of the south-west of Western Australia.” Crawley WA: UWA Publishing