You can find some useful links here for your further studies about the didgeridoo and its cultural background. Enjoy!

  • ARDS – Aboriginal Resources and Development Centre – Creative Media and Communication specialist, Yolŋu Radio, also a great resource relating Yolŋu languages, culture and art
  • Buku-Larrngay Mulka Centre – Indigenous community controlled art centre, our partner at Yirrkala, Northeast Arnhem Land
  • Centre fro Australian Languages and Linguistics (CALL) – servicing the communities on language work
  • iDidj Australia – cultural hub for didgeridoo players with traditional interest
  • Lirrwi Tourism – a local tourist specialist at Nhulunbuy/Gove, Northeast Arnhem Land; it can be a helpful contact for those, who would like to travel and explore the rich cultural traditions of the area.
  • Living Knowledge – background information about yolŋu land, knowledge, life, art and much more for those, who would like to learn about the traditional culture of the yiḏaki.
  • Manikay.com – the #1 resource for traditional fan didgeridoo players.
  • Twelve Canoes – an interesting background for the Yolŋu culture
  • Yidaki story – the best and most detailed website dedicated to the yiḏaki and its traditional custodians; a `must have` reading for every didgeridoo players!
  • Yolŋu Studies at Charles Darwin University – learn about Yolŋu languages and culture, even if you are outside of Australia!