A small piece of wood connected to a length of rope, a bullroarer is an Aboriginal instrument that was traditionally reserved for ceremonial use. Used as a way to communicate over great distances, the bullroarer creates a deep pulsating sound as the wood, spun by the rope, moves through the air. Our bullroarers are hand carved and intricately decorated by Indigenous inmates, and are the perfect addition to any Aboriginal art collection. Featuring traditional motifs, vibrant colours and one off designs, each piece is unique and a fine example of an Aboriginal instrument that has been used across countless generations across tens of thousands of years. Each of our bullroarers features a small hole that you can thread rope through, giving you the option to display your piece in a variety of ways. Mount yours on a wall, display on a shelf or hang your bullroarer to showcase its full beauty.
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