PLAYING THE DIDGERIDOO WITH LEAVES AND WALLABIES
Hand carved by the Jinibara people, a one-of-a-kind didgeridoo.
All our didgeridoos are eucalyptus (gumtree) trunk naturally hollowed by white ants (termites) in the Australian bush. They have a beeswax mouth and are hand-carved and burnt with cultural symbols including bees, wallabies, turtles, water holes and suns. Our didgeridoos make a beautiful sound covering all notes.
This didgeridoo tells the story of the Jinibara people. There is a man playing the didgeridoo as well as five boomerangs symbolising happiness and dancing. There are symbols for men's and women's meeting places, the kangaroo, leaves and waterholes with running streams.
Own a piece of authentic, Indigenous art created by the Jinibara people.