Boomerang Art and Throw at Rouse Hill House and Farm
356 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill, NSW, 2155, Australia
17th January 2018 to 19th January 2018
Boomerangs play a significant role in both traditional hunting and in traditional ceremonies. They are sometimes used to tell the didgeridoo player when to start playing, to keep beat and rhythm for dancers, to scare the birds out of the trees or for hunting kangaroos. Come to Rouse Hill House and Farm to meet the staff from Muru Mittigar, paint a boomerang and experience the ancient art of boomerang throwing in the beautiful bush setting. Ages five and over.