About this didgeridoo:
All these yidaki are made in Arnhem Land, and we are proud to support the Yolgnu craftsmen/custodians of this amazing instrument and to be able to help promote these quality authentic yidaki. It has also been worked on the inside to improve the sound, so you can be assured, it plays and sounds great! Have a listen to the sound sample so you see for yourself.
If you are considering purchasing this Arnhem Land Yidaki, please read the Yidaki Purchasing Terms before placing your order.
If you have any questions about this didgeridoo, don't hesitate to email us
“I am the son of Manydjarri Ganambarr (father) and Gudaltji Munyarryun (mother). My father is an elder or clan leader for the Ḏatiwuy
mala (clan) after Mowarra. Manydjarri has taught me how to make yiḏaki, singing songs and dancing. I stay at Dhalinybuy outstation (my
wife's land) where I make yiḏaki to sell. We go into the bush to find yiḏaki and use a wheelbarrow to bring them, it’s hard work but
manymak (good). There is a large river at Dhalinybuy where we go hunting for Balin (Barramundi). I also stay at Rorruwuy outstation and
like to go hunting there as well.”
Ŋoŋu is respected as a law-man for the Datiwuy clan and is gradually assuming more leadership responsibilities from his father,
Manydjarri Ganambarr, a highly respected ceremonial expert. Manydjerri is the eldest son of Mowarra Ganambarr who was born in 1917
and lived through the full range of changes in North East Arnhem land from pre-European contact, the Second World War, missionary
times and the mining era. During WWII, Mowarra was a member of the N.T. special reconnaissance unit of traditional Yolŋu men. His
work was collected by the anthropologists Berndt in 1947. His work is also held in the Australian NaƟonal Gallery, the National Museum
of Australia and the National Gallery of Victoria. He died in 2005.
As part of this lineage and responsibilities, in 2015, Ŋoŋu began to produce sculpted larrakitj in his family’s style under the watchful
direction of his djuŋgaya (manager) from the Yirritja moiety, Buwathay Munyarryun. These larrakitj are intricately painted with sacred
In addition to painƟng, Ŋoŋu has also inherited the right and responsibility from his father to sing sacred songs in ceremony, which is one
of the most important roles in Yolŋu society as the history, law, kinship and sacred meanings are held within song. His singing features
alongside his father on the recording 'Rorruwuy,' produced by the Mulka Project. He is also featured in many other recordings, both as a
song-man and as a dancer, having represented Yolŋu culture within Australia, England, Japan and Iceland.
Within his home environment, Ŋoŋu is a hard working family man who shares the important management role of djuŋgaya for the
community of Dhalinybuy, alongside Gurumin Marika and Yali Munuŋgurr. This involves various cultural responsibilities and also includes
facilitating visitors access to the community, which at times are non-Aboriginal workers and fishermen. Ŋoŋu has a reputation as a gentle
and humble man, with a willingness to share his culture with non-Aboriginal people.
Ŋoŋu makes consistently excellent yiḏaki. He is well known for selecting specific trees that often have completely natural bores and
narrow chambers through the top section, producing instruments that have acousƟcs reminiscent of older style yiḏaki, ie. prior to
modern tools; what some would call more 'traditional.'
His yiḏaki are often painted with sacred designs depicting the freshwater system of Dhalinybuy, his mother's country. More recently,
Ŋoŋu has been painting his yiḏaki with sacred designs from his father's country that sometimes refer to the saltwater regions off the
coast of Rorruwuy community, where the acƟons of Mana the ancestral shark inƟmated relationships to the Datiwuy clan.
Didgeridoo Buyers Guide
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Bonus Didgeridoo Lessons to FAST Track Your Learning
Every didgeridoo ships with free online access to our Didgeridoo Dojo Beginner Sessions, that's $39 USD of extra value completely free of charge.
Didgeridoo Dojo is our online learning platform and the most comprehensive "learn to play didgeridoo" resource on the planet!
So many didgeridoo players and beginners struggle because of lack of access to good quality training and in-person lessons. This is especially true for people outside of Australia.
About the Beginner Sessions
5. Some diaphragm and breathing techniques to varying your didgeridoo sound and play louder and quieter
Access to the beginner sessions is normally $39 USD but is completely free with any didgeridoo purchase.