Mallee - Aboriginal word meaning 'friend'.
To create our high quality Mallee didges we travel to remote regions of the
Australian bush where we hand pick the best natural termite-hollowed stems of
We use only fresh cleanskin stems without knots, sidebranches or twists and a
clean inside surface. The selected pieces are then cured for a few months up to
The didge is fine tuned and pressurized to create a fluent backpressure
through chiselling the inside by hand. Then a good balance is created by shaving
the outside to the appropriate wood thickness to uphold the amount of
backpressure produced when playing powerfully.
This process of fine tuning, pressurizing and balancing takes experience,
patience and time.
In the final stage of making the Mallee Didge we apply high quality coating
to help protect the instrument against sudden temperature changes.
To satisfy the needs of the dedicated didge player we offer the widest range
of high quality didgeridoos possible, be it in shape, size or sound.