The iconic hunting tool’s invention has a long history, with its use by the Aboriginals dating back to 10,000 years ago. In the present, boomerangs and traditional Aboriginal art still hold a deep place in indigenous culture, combining elements of wood carving and ornate dot paintings which tell a unique story from the artist and make an excellent gift or decoration piece.
We offer a great range of Indigenous boomerangs from The Girrawaa Arts Centre. Our diverse range of 8” to 22” boomerangs start from $27 and are delicately handcrafted by Indigenous inmates from NSW prisons. Throughout Aboriginal history, the iconic hunting tool was designed to spin about an axis perpendicular to the direction of its flight.
Each boomerang tells its own unique story through its wood carving and intricate colourful dot-paintings. As our mission is to empower the Indigenous community, each product sold will help to provide a sustainable revenue stream to facilitate inmate rehabilitation. The quality one-off products will leave a lasting impression, perfect for mounting on the wall or gifting to that special person.
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