In a hurry?
The Didjshop also caters for customers with less
time to spare.....
We've set up the shop so you can quickly narrow down your search for an ideal didjeridoo for you
If you already know what you're looking for - you can find it fast.
- Our didgeridoos are organized into departments by price-range and by type of didgeridoo.
- The shop is fully searchable - look for particular qualities such as length and musical key.
- A built-in currency converter helps you see how much each item costs in your own currency.
How to buy from The Didjshop
Our shopping cart system is designed with our customers' convenience in mind.
While browsing The Didjshop, at any time you can add a particular item to your shopping basket with a single action.
When you wish to review your order, click on the Shopping Cart button to see the contents of your cart - and amend the
contents as you wish.
Once you decide you're ready to purchase, click on the Checkout button.
This takes you to a page where you can determine the appropriate shipping fees.
From there, it's only one click to a Secure (SSL) Order Form where you can enter your contact and credit card details.
If you prefer, you can print the completed form and fax it to us.
Incidentally - if you want to buy more than one didj, please don't order the same didgeridoo twice. All our didjes are unique -
that means there's only one of each!
don't just sell Didjeridus!
Didjeridus are our main specialty, but we sell other related goods.
Would you like a convenient way to carry your didjeridoo?
...choose from our selection of didj bags in varying sizes and designs
Are you a beginner - or a seasoned didj player who'd like to take your didjeridoo skills further?
.... whatever you current skill level, we think you'll enjoy our popular "How to Play the Didjeridu" video
tutorial. This video, presented by the highly-respected veteran Aboriginal didgeridoo player David Blanasi and The Didjshop's proprietor Svargo
Freitag, teaches the famous "circular breathing" technique.
Didjshop sells other authentic hand-crafted traditional artefacts and musical instruments made by Aborigines from northern Australia:
Prices for boomerangs, clap sticks and bullroarers vary according to size and design.
Looking for a boomerang?
Choose from the four kinds of boomerang in
What's more... reconciliation in Australia
The Didjshop supports the reconciliation process between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians.
Australian Aborigines - Australia's indigenous or first peoples - suffered appalling treatment as their land was stolen and
culture relentlessly assaulted during two centuries of European colonisation.
We acknowledge the generous spirit of Aboriginal people who support reconciliation with non-indigenous Australians, despite
continuing injustice and an Australian Government which refuses to apologize for the wrongs of the past.
Check out our links...
If you are interested in finding out more about this topic -and exploring other issues relating to the history, culture, art
and politics of Aboriginal Australia - check out our links section.
Here's a link straight to The Didjshop.
You may also like to check out our online assistant, designed to help you choose