Emu Eggs

Painting on Emu Egg is an ancient tradition originating with the Aboriginal tribes of Australia.

Emu Egg is a good source of nutrition for most of Australian Aboriginal. To gather emu eggs tribal people use Emu Callers.

After emptying the egg they decorate the egg shell by painting or carving the surface of the eggs.

Emu eggs are native to Australia so unlike Boomerangs and Didgeridoos copied in other countries though there are imitation made of papier mache.

Karlangu Aboriginal Art Centre is proud to offer authentic Aboriginal art and artifact.


The indigenous people of Australia sometimes used the egg shell as container for food and water.

To see more designs on Emu Eggs please visit the gallery at:
KARLANGU ABORIGINAL ART CENTRE
47 YORK STREET, SYDNEY, NSW, 2000
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