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Our inspirational selection of carvings from across the Northern Territory includes pieces from Larrakia Nation, Groote Eylandt, Arnhem Land, the Central Desert and the Tiwi Islands.

 

The carvings are made from a wide range of timbers, from the Tiwi Islands' famous ironwood, to the soft beanwood of East Arnhem Land. As well as functional pieces, such as canoes, spears, boomerangs and coolamons, Aboriginal people create hand-carved, painted and burnt pieces to preserve and share their history and continuing culture.

Our decorative and functional carvings are easily packed and protected for international and domestic visitors, and are a beautiful memento of your visit to Darwin.

Hunting boomerangs, crafted from Mulga by Darren Duggie from Tennant Creek
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Hunting and ceremonial boomerangs, crafted from Mulga by Darren Duggie from Tennant Creek
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Music sticks, crafted from Mulga by Darren Duggie from Tennant Creek
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Polished timber goblets, crafted by Arthur Busato from reclaimed timber
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Salt and pepper grinders, crafted by Arthur Busato from reclaimed timber and inset with resin
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'White Cockatoos' by Kenny Reid, Larrakia Nation
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'Pelicans' by Kenny Reid, Larrakia Nation
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'Jabirus' by Kenny Reid, Larrakia Nation
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'Tiwi Islands Water Birds' by Charlie K, Tiwi Islands
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Tiwi Island Seabirds
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Russell Walker
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Jason Marrkula
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