Didgeridoo Workshop

A workshop for men and boys to learn the didgeridoo and it’s meaning

Our Didgeridoo workshop aims to introduce the didgeridoo and its story to men and boys. We teach the meaning of the didgeridoo and how our ancestors used this tool for all different reasons. Participants get to pick their own didgeridoo and learn to play, practice and paint their own didge, too. Each person will be able to keep their didge forever.

The Didgeridoo workshop is broken down over 6 weeks for 1 hour per day.

What is Included?

  • Pick your own didgeridoo

  • Learn the didgeridoo

  • Practice the didgeridoo

  • Paint your own didgeridoo

  • Minimum 4 hours

  • Maximum 20 pax per workshop


Our Didgeridoo workshops can be tailored to schools, or for men wanting to learn and connect with the didge. We provide any necessary equipment needed. Contact us to find out more.

Contact us about our didgeridoo workshop

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