Bullroarer is a musical, communication and warning device which is made of a thin wooden panel with a string to hold it.
Bullroarers have been used in initiation ceremonies and in burials to ward off evil spirits, bad tidings, and especially women and children. Bullroarers are considered secret men's business by some Aboriginal tribal groups, and hence forbidden for women, children, non-initiated men, or outsiders to even hear.
This is an old story amongst some Aboriginal people:
“There were three brothers form King-Fish clan. One day they cut a tree, made a canoe and went fishing.
This story has been painted by some Aboriginal artists of Yuendumu community in Northern Territory, Australia.
Aboriginals of Australia have traditionally been decorating their bodies and faces for tribal celebrations and occasions called Corroboree, with body paints.
Mountain Devil Lizard (Thorny Devil Lizard) is known for its unique properties and behaviour amongst the Aboriginal people of Australia.