Didgeri is a place for Aboriginal men and young men to meet each fortnight in Brisbane to learn to play the didgeridoo.
Our first Didgeri began in November, 2015 and has been running predominately each fortnight since then.
An initiative that does not receive nor seek funding, involvement or contribution from government or NGO's, at Didgeri we believe in the idea of social-action initiative that provides health, respectful support and camaraderie among Indigenous Australian men.
We often have children and grand-children of men attend, as a result Didgeri is very much an alcohol and drug free gathering.
Didgeri is not a political or activist group but does invite discussions around culture, identity and social-political history.