This wooden Boomerang is carefully hand painted with an authentic Aboriginal dot style pattern, the classic V-shaped design makes the boomerang easy to grab and throw, and with practice can be accurately returned to the hand after being thrown.
Playing with a Boomerang is great fun, whether you are trying to get it to return to you or throwing it to and thro with a friend, a great way to get outside and have some fun.
Measures 40cm in length | 15.75 inches with a width of 4.5cm | 1.75 inches, the surface is smooth and will not hurt your hands when being thrown or caught.
As each boomerang is hand painted the designs will vary although all are decorated with the unique Aboriginal dot style pattern, It is suitable for outdoor camping, beach, seaside, and grassland games. The unique pattern design can also be used as home decorations
Boomerangs were first invented thousands of years ago as weapons, as throwing sticks, they were designed to use to hunt animals for food. They were meant to bring down game, not to fly and return to the thrower. The oldest surviving Australian Aboriginal boomerangs come from a cache found in a peat bog in South Australia and date to 10,000 BC.