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The College calendar displayed on this page can only be viewed in full on a desktop computer. If you are viewing on mobile devices, please follow the steps below to download and use the Google Calendar app as this is the only way you will be able to see all the information.
The calendars are updated regularly. In order to keep up-to-date with the latest information, please ensure you follow all the steps below.
For mobile devices
Step 1. Download the Google calendar:
Apple devices – download from the App Store
Android devices – download from Google
Step 2. Come back to this page and then click on the relevant Google link. Then follow the prompts.
Darlington Campus Calendar (Google Link)
Glen Forrest Campus Calendar (Google link)
For desktop computers only
Copy the link for the relevant calendar and paste into your computer’s calendar application.
Subscribe and then make sure you set the calendar to auto-refresh. This will keep your calendar up-to-date with any changes.
Darlington Campus Calendar
Glen Forrest Campus Calendar
If you need assistance, please click here to email calendar@helena in the Community Relations department.
Nyoongar country spans from Leeman in the northwest to beyond Cape Arid in the southeast, in the southwest of Australia. The Nyoongar calendar includes six seasons.
These are Birak, Bunuru, Djeran, Makuru, Djilba and Kambarang. Each of the six seasons represents and explains the seasonal changes we see annually. The flowering of many different plants, the hibernation of reptiles and the moulting of swans are all helpful indicators that the seasons are changing.
The Nyoongar seasons can be long or short and are indicated by what is happening and changing around us rather than by dates on a calendar. Aligning Nyoongar seasons with Western calendar months can provide an overview of a typical year.
This six season calendar is extremely important to Nyoongar people, as it is a guide to what nature is doing at every stage of the year, as well as understanding respect for the land in relation to plant and animal fertility cycles and land and animal preservation.