ididjhistory-aPhoto credits: Fiona Stokes


1996      Didjeridu Techniques of an Aboriginal Tribe

Website established devoted to the traditional didgeridoo playing techniques of Arnhem Land, ‘Didjeridu Techniques of an Aboriginal Tribe’.

1998      Wandering Didj project

Digital community event involving the voyage of an Australian didgeridoo hand-crafted by an Indigenous artisan across the world for 3 years

2000      Djalu Gurruwiwi website launch www.djalu.com

2002      Rripangu Yirdaki Festival, Black Forest, Eisenbach,  Germany

2003      Establishment of iDIDJ Australia

2004      Community Collections, Melbourne Museum, Vic, AU

2004      Rripangu Yirdaki Sisters’ Cities Conference, Dubai, UAE

2005      Strike A Chord – The Science of Music, Questacon, The National Science and Technology Centre , Canberra, ACT, AU

2005      Rripangu Yirdaki, Ngan Girra Festival, Albury-Wodonga, NSW, AU

2005      Rripangu Yirdaki, Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, Vic, AU

2005      Rripangu Yirdaki, Black GST gig, Spanish Club, Melbourne, Vic, AU

Photo credits: Fiona Stokes

2005      Rripangu Yirdaki performance, festival and workshop, Montsalvat, Eltham, Vic, AU

2005      Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) cultural awareness program in Gove, NT, AU

2006      White Cockatoo tour, Anseong Namsadang Baudeogi International Folklore Festival, Anseong, South Korea,

2008      Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass, Galuru, NT, AU

2008      David Dharrapuy didgeridoo masterclass, Melbourne Didge Circle, Mia Mia, Vic, AU

2009      Darryl Dikarrnga Brown didgeridoo masterclass, Melbourne Didge Circle, Mia Mia, Vic, AU

2010      Meet the Stars Didgeridoo Masterclass, Darwin, NT, AU

2011      Mokuy Dancers tour of Osaka, Japan

2013      Gapuwiyak and Yirrkala boys, Melbourne Didgeridoo & Cultural Festival, Mia Mia, Melbourne, Vic, AU

2014      Launch of new iDIDJ Australia website