Aboriginal Didgeridoo

Traditionally hand carved from special bush timbers by an Aboriginal man.   Message us for a picture of our current stock.

$395.00 inc GST

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Didgeridoo, a unique Aboriginal musical wind instrument, played with continuously vibrating lips to produce a continuous drone while using a special breathing technique called circular breathing.  The Didgeridoo was developed by Aboriginal peoples of northern Australia and is now in use around the world, though still most strongly associated with Indigenous Australian music.

A Didgeridoo is usually cylindrical or conical, and can measure anywhere from 1 to 3 m long.  Most are around 1.2 m long.

It is made from specially sourced bush timber with the centre having been eaten out by white ants.  Years of skill and knowledge is required to source the special timber used to make the Didgeridoo.

Hand carved by an Aboriginal man from the Miss Emily Aboriginal Group from Robinvale, by the mighty Murray River in north western Victoria.  Aborigines have had a presence in this region for more than 40,000 years, ensuring a rich indigenous culture.

Various designs to choose from and being made from the bush timber he traditionally sources locally, each piece will be a slightly different size with different artwork.

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