Hiroshima HS Students enjoy a Didgeridoo Lesson @lexisbyronbay

Today Craig, from Fifth Circle Music Therapy, gave some of our students a lesson on how to play the Didgeridoo!


The didgeridoo is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians. It is made from limbs and tree trunks hollowed out by termites (insects). It produces a low-pitch, vibrating sound with complex rhythmic patterns and was used in tribal groups to accompany chants and songs.


Craig is a musician/performer with 20+ years experience in song writing, live performance, recording, session percussion, teaching and mentoring – as well as a passion for assisting and supporting others through music therapy.

He showed the students how to use their mouths to make different sounds through the didgeridoo and also told them a little bit about the culture and background of didgeridoos in Australia.


This was a great authentic Australian activity for the students to enjoy and they all picked it up very quickly!

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing or Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

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