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The purpose of the boomerang in the Aboriginal life was for "hitting the target". In the event of this not happening, it landed back in the "general direction" from which it was thrown, providing nothing "got in its way" in the meantime. Aboriginal people possessed few tools - the ones they had, were put to good use.


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The boomerang is an aerodynamic stick that was designed by Aboriginal people to be used as a weapon for hunting. It is shaped like two connected wings whose aerofoil design forces it to travel in a curve and return to the thrower. Boomerangs are also used for sport and ceremonial purposes.


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An iconic symbol of Aboriginal culture, the boomerang is the most familiar of all Aboriginal art forms. Created by many, but not all, Aboriginal peoples, boomerangs served a variety of purposes. The best-known type was the returning boomerang, which was made in parts of southeastern and western Australia. Most, however, were non-returning.


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Australian Aboriginal artefacts include a variety of cultural artefacts used by Aboriginal Australians. Most Aboriginal artefacts were multi-purpose and could be used for a variety of different occupations. Spears, clubs, boomerangs and shields were used generally as weapons for hunting and in warfare. Watercraft technology artefacts in the.


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For Aboriginal people the boomerang is as old as creation and a symbol of the enduring strength of Aboriginal culture. The boomerang has also been a popular symbol for tourism and travel, with notions of visitors returning 'like a boomerang'. Australian National Travel Association poster designed by Gert Sellheim, 1957 Senator Neville Bonner, 1971


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The Boomerang has become an internationally known symbol to represent Australian Aboriginal art and it's time we took it back! The Boomerang is phenomenal piece of Aboriginal creativity, ingenuity, and science. A truly incredible device unique to Aboriginal culture. It was one of the first objects to be mass-produced and appropriated.


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Aboriginal Boomerang The aboriginal boomerang has probably been around for at least 40,000 years. It is an iconic symbol associated with Australia. What most people do not realize is that many aboriginal boomerangs don't come back. Only a few of the many forms of boomerang return.


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'The Tale of Three Boomerangs' (2019) was an earlier work on the same theme.. The Aboriginal Art Directory promotes Australian Indigenous art nationally and internationally; as well as providing consumer information about ethics and authenticity when buying Aboriginal art. It comprises 3 sections - Directory, News, and Online Gallery.


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Aboriginal lawPukara - a collaborative painting by Spinifex artists. Painted in 2013 by Simon Hogan, Ian Rictor, Roy Underwood and Lennard Walker, this painting presents an important Dreaming.


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The boomerang is the most immediately recognizable of all Australian Aboriginal art forms. Produced by many, but not all, Aboriginal peoples, boomerangs served a variety of purposes. Like most Aboriginal boomerangs, this example collected among the Wardaman people on the northern fringes of the central desert region was nonreturning.


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The boomerang features in Aboriginal creation mythology, and for Aboriginal people the boomerang is considered as old as the continent. Paddy Japaljarri Sims, Warlpiri elder, on the Purlka-purlkakurlu - Old Men Dreaming: The Old Men carved their boomerangs in preparation for battle.


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Like the majority of Aboriginal boomerangs, the hooked boomerangs of central and northern Australia were nonreturning. Often referred to as "number 7" boomerangs because of their distinctive shape, these boomerangs appear to have been made primarily by the peoples of the Tanami desert region, but were exchanged widely throughout the central and northern regions of the continent along a complex.