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Didgeridoo Festivals

10 Lorikeet Lane, Augustine Heights

$609 for 2-Day Camp + Didgeridoo Workshop for Two Boys or Adult Men at Didgeridoo Festivals (Up to $870 Value)

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Highlights

Two aficionados of Aboriginal culture can learn to make an eucalyptus didgeridoo over a two-day camping experience; includes BBQ dinner

About This Deal

The Deal

$609 for a two-day camping experience with a didgeridoo workshop for two people (total value up to $870)

  • Intended for boys and men, regardless of age
  • Day one starts at noon
  • The team will guide you step by step through the process of making your own quality eucalyptus didgeridoo to take home
  • Eucalyptus logs are seasoned and ready to be carved
  • Training covers stripping, sanding, chiseling, painting, tuning and making your mouthpiece out of natural beeswax
  • All equipment, tools and safety wear are supplied
  • After the busy workday, enjoy a three-course Aussie BBQ dinner, then relax around the camp fire and observe wildlife
  • Merchant acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of Ipswich; the Yagara Language Group: Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul, including their stories about the dream time and how creation started

Fine Print

Book at 0738141546 or casey@didgeridoofestivals.com. State full name, phone number, and Voucher and Security Code at time of booking. Cancellations outside of 24-hour cancellation policy, incur a 25% fee. Valid for boys and men. Standard fine print for all deals. Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Expires 3 months after purchase.

About Didgeridoo Festivals

Didgeridoo Festivals bring the Aboriginal culture closer to the people. Through a series of various workshops, lessons and performances, participants may find out more about Australia's traditional musical instrument - the didgeridoo. Customers can choose from a broad variety of classes, ranging from playing didgeridoos to building them from scratch.