The wooden Didgeridoo is a wind instrument of the Indigenous Australians of Northern Australia. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or Drone Pipe. Musicologists classify it as an aero phone. A Didgeridoo is usually cylindrical or conical in shape and can measure anywhere from 1 to 2 metres in length, instruments shorter or longer than this are less common. Generally, the longer the instrument, the lower the pitch or key of the instrument. Keys from D to F are the preferred pitch of traditional Aboriginal players. There are no reliable sources stating the Didgeridoo's exact age, though it is commonly claimed to be the world's oldest wind instrument. Our wooden Didgeridoos have all been handmade for us by an aboriginal trained artist named Handoko. Handoko is an Australian native who moved to Indonesia some 20 years ago to teach his art to the locals. He has since built a factory in Indonesia creating aboriginal influenced Didgeridoos among other Australian items. A large section of the wooden Didgeridoos we sell have been made using Bamboo, genuine Teak or Mahogany timber, we do however have a selection of genuine high quality Eucalyptus Didgeridoos, which have been imported from the Timor Islands.