Find website links of organisations, institutions and private entities to enrich your understanding of the cultural environment of the traditional didgeridoo.
For detailed bibliography for further studies about the didgeridoo, click here.
- AIATSIS – Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies is an independent Australian Government statutory authority that is a collecting, publishing and research institute and is considered to be Australia’s premier resource for information about the cultures and societies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
- 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.
- Maningrida Art Centre – a community-based art centre in North-Central Arnhem Land
- 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!