WANDOO DIDGERIDOO is a small West Australian business born out of passion and respect. Passion for Didgeridoos and the Australian bush, and respect for the Australian Aboriginal community.
The word Wandoo comes from the Aboriginal Nyoongar language and signifies timber. In the early days, this term has been used to name any wood used for Didgeridoos.
Wandoo is also the common name for the Eucalyptus redunca species that grows at the edge of the jarrah forest in the scarp of the Avon valley in South-Western Australia.
( pictured from the top left are : Mitchell, Julie and Neomie (Kerry's daughters), Olivier, Vicki, Tisha Mai, Kerry, then
Tyrone, Ozae, Yoann, Sarah the wonder dog and Jade )
The driving force behind Wandoo Didgeridoo is Olivier and Vicki Roy,
Kerry Dickerson and her family known as "Yandi" (another word for Coolamon which was a bowl used to hold young babies), Neomie Dickerson, Julie Dickerson,
Mitchell, and Tony Gintz.
We combine our complementary knowledge and experience to promote genuine Western Australian Didgeridoos and Aboriginal art. A spirit of coexistence, providing a crucial link between Western Didgeridoo enthusiasts and the Australian Aboriginal heritage, guides us.
We offer logistical support to Aboriginal artists to promote their art. We are thankful for them to accept us in their land and culture.