The Didjeridoo can be made from cane or eucalyptus branches sometimes hollowed out by
termites. Generally they have only one or two pitches which are exploited to produce a very
eerie, exciting, and rhythmic sound. Apart from the sound they are beautifully decorated and look
Because of the work and decoration that goes into the making of this instrument it can be a little
expensive if made from natural timbers depending upon the length and type of the timber used and
also the amount of decoration.
A lot of skill is required to play these instruments and it can take many years to become