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Festivals & Events

Garma Festival Arnhem Land

Australia One of Australia's most significant Indigenous festivals


William Barton

William Barton is widely recognized as one of Australia's finest traditional didgeridoo players and a leading didgeridoo player in the classical world. William is Australia's first didgeridoo artist in residence with the Queensland Orchestra.

Djalu Gurruwiwi

Yirdaki is an important symbolic instrument in Yolngu culture and as its popularity increases around the world it is important to understand its heritage and cultural significance. Djalu's website aims to enlighten people about the richness of Galpu culture and to help promote beneficial cultural awareness and tourism (Didjeridu)

Milkay Munnunggur - CD hard tongue

Milkay's is a truly amazing player whom played with the band Yothu Yindi (treaty) the most played song on Australian radio station JJJ

Music, Art and Instruments

Djalu's and Milkay's CD's

A must for anyone wanting to learn North East Arnhem land traditional style playing! Purchase from ididj Australia

Muk Muk Aboriginal Art

Muk Muk, Michel Mitchel is the owner and also a long time friend. Muk Muk Aboriginal Art are located in Alice Springs in Australia's Northern Territory and have been operating for over 9 years. After working in Aboriginal communities, both in North Queensland and the Northern Territory, for over 25 years they have developed a passion for both Aboriginal culture and their art.

Xavier Rudd

A highly talented Australian musician whom plays up to 15 Instruments, inspirational lyrics, feel good earthy vibes to listen to and truly amazing to see live in concert!

James Looker

James is a great photographer and also a sound engineer, currently working with Xavier Rudd.

Ganga Giri

If you are into some pumping percussive didge and tribal drums then have a look at Ganga Giri.

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