Wooden Ceremonial Australian Aboriginal Bull Roarer

TreasureGurus

$14.49 
SKU: GM-BULLROARER
Availability: 20 in stock

Learn to make haunting music with this Australian Bullroarer! The Australia ceremonial bull roarer, also known as the howler, bullroarer, rhombus, or turndun was used by both Australian Aboriginal and American Indian tribes to communicate between long distances. To play the Australian ceremonial bull roarer, you simply hold the wooden handle of the bullroarer and swing the larger end, a wood aerofoil, of the bull roarer around your head in a circle. The Australian Aboriginal bull roarer will make a howling noise that will seem to change pitch to those standing far enough away to hear the doppler effect caused by the swinging bull roarer. Bullroarer measures approximately 30" overall including cord, the wood aerofoil measures approximately 7 1/2". This fully functional bullroarer ships brand new in manufacturer's packaging with our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.


Australia Wood Ceremonial Bullroarer Features:


  • Wooden bullroarer was used by both Australian Aboriginal and American Indian tribes to communicate between very long distances
  • Also known as the howler, bullroarer, rhombus, or turndun
  • Australia ceremonial bull roarer will make a howling noise that will seem to change pitch to those standing far enough away
  • Bull Roarer Australian Aboriginal Bullroarer Howler demonstrates the doppler effect
  • Bullroarer measures 30" overall length including cord, wood aerofoil measures approximately 7 1/2"
  • Fully functional Australia Bullroarer ships brand new in manufacturer's packaging with our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee