Aboriginal boomerangs can be seen in the murals of Carnarvon National Park in the east of Australia. It is dated to around 17,500 BC. Boomerang is also found in Aboriginal mythology and is a common symbol.


It is called Mago in the southwest of Arnhem Land in northern Australia, Idaki in the northeast, and Igiigi in northern Queensland. It is said that the musical instrument itself is a god, The name of the Aboriginal instrument didgeridoo varies from region to region. The idea that God dwells in trees and all things is called animism, and it is also seen in indigenous peoples such as the Americas and Jomon people. It also leads to tree worship.