Learn to Play the Yadaki / Didgeridoo


The Yadaki – otherwise known as the “didgeridoo” originates from native Aboriginal cultures living in Australia. First created thousands of years ago naturally by nature, by a hollowed out tree. Traditionally used in ceremonial practises by Aboriginals. Hundreds of years later the didgeridoo is known worldwide as a powerful instrument creating music, healing, community and dance. One of the oldest and most difficult instruments in the world to play. Come and learn how to play the Yadaki / Didgeridoo. 100% proceeds for this workshop will go towards charity. Supporting Aboriginal cultures in Australia and the Masai in Kenya.


  • Location: Meet at Info tent 10min before session.
  • Ran by Yagga.
  • Aged 4 – 16 yrs
  • You must purchase a Bushcraft Show entry ticket before booking classes/workshops.

Additional information


Sat 16:00

Love Bushcraft? Sign up to weekly emails today

Subscription Form