The world's largest playable didgeridoo

The world's largest playable didgeridoo

On the 27th July, 2019, at Bwarkindji Wilmpatya Murra Art Gallery in Dareton, NSW at the NAIDOC Day of Celebration, a didgeridoo measuring in at an incredible 4 metres in length is displayed.

The didgeridoo is made from mallee wood and the decoration was a community project with everyone sharing in the pride to achieve the record.

People gathered round to listen to Jamain play what is known as Australia's oldest instrument.  Jamain was taught by his dad from the age of three to play the didgeridoo and he also said he watched Yothu Yindi, the famous Australian band on tv and copied them.


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