This lovely Mallee wood clapsticks and Mallee root Nulla Nulla are made by craftsman Arthur Egan from the Madi Madi tribe in South West Victoria.
The clapsticks measure approximately 36cm long and the Nulla-nulla 70cm.
Clapsticks have been used for thousands and thousands of years to keep rhythm in song and dance.
Nulla-nullas are a hardwood club or hunting stick for use as a weapon or as a throwing stick for hunting animals.
We purchase Arthur's clapsticks, nulla-nullas and didgeridoos directly from him.