1. Possibly the world's oldest musical instrument
  2. A wind instrument originally found in Arnhem Land, Northern Australia.
  3. Is made from limbs and tree trunks hollowed out by termites (insects).
  4. Is cut to an average length of 1.3 metres and cleaned out with a stick. or hot coals.
  5. Was used as an accompaniment to chants and songs.
  6. Produces a low-pitch, resonant sound with complex rhythmic patterns.
  7. In sure tribal groups only played by men but in most groups by men, women and children.
  8. Traditional various forms at the didjeridoo where found in Central Australia around Alice Springs.
  9. The Didgeridoo is the sound of Australia.
  10. If the earth had a voice it would be the sound of the Didgeridoo.