In Australia, to avoid exploitation, only Aboriginals are entitled to do dot paintings. To the right are examples of native digeridoos decorated with dot painted designs. To the far right is an 8 foot digeridoo I made from the stalk of a century plant!
A bushman playing his Didgeridoo. It is very difficult to produce a sound when trying to play this instrument. Notice the artwork on both the man and the didgeridoo. A Rod Steinert Tour, Alice Springs, Australia
How to Play the Didgeridoo. The , also known as a "didj," is a woodwind instrument from Australia that was originally made out of trees hollowed out by termites. Now, you can purchase a variety of styles of didj that can produce a deep,.