Woodfordia Community & 'There is nowhere else I would rather be at the moment' Boomerang
The Boomerang is an iconic tool of the Indigenous Australians. Traditionally Boomerangs were used in hunting for food and survival. The prey of choice when hunting was often varied species of birds, wallabies, possums and other small mammals.
This Boomerang is crafted from Crows Ash by Jinibara Elder Uncle Noel. Made specially for ornamental purposes. The symbols craved represent Campsite and People Walking, with the words ‘Woodfordia Community’ and the phrase ‘There is nowhere else I would rather be at the moment’ carved on the front. At a length of 55cm.
Own an authentic, Indigenous artefact created by the Jinibara people.