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Facts You Need to Know About Boomerangs

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Considered to be the first man-made flying machine, the boomerang is among the Australia’s most distinctive emblems. Wooden boomerangs are known to be the oldest, as they have been seen drawn on cave walls around 35,000 years ago.

Today, there exist many boomerangs on the market, and you have to be extra careful when buying, lest you end up buying a fake one being sold to you in the name of boomerang Australia. For this article, the purpose is to help you know the main types of boomerangs, as well as the essential things you need to keep in mind when considering buying.


Types of Boomerangs

We have three primary types of boomerangs that were made and utilized by aboriginal people in Australia. They include:

Hunting boomerang

Returning boomerang

Cross Boomerang
Hunting Boomerang (This boomerang is not designed to return to you after throwing. It was mainly used to kill prey for food. In addition to having sharp edges, the curved teardrop-shaped tool is about 2½ – 3 feet long and weighs around 4 – 7 pounds).

Returning Boomerang (This V-shaped boomerang is designed to return to you after throwing. It is normally about 16 – 20 inches long. Given its lightweight that couldn’t guarantee a kill, the returning boomerang was not made for hunting. It was primarily designed as a toy for aboriginal youngsters. The toy allowed the young boys practice throwing skills in a fun way).

Cross Boomerang (This boomerang consists of two flat wooden pieces that are tied together with lawyer cane. The cross boomerang was only made and utilized by the inhabitants of the rainforest region of Northern Queensland. With sharp edges, it was mainly used to hunt down small rainforest birds as it is so small that it could easily get around the trees).


What To Consider When Buying a Boomerang
There are several factors you need to consider before putting your cash down to purchase a boomerang. Here are the most essential factors:



It is important to have a budget range before you go shopping. You’ll definitely have to spend more money for high-quality boomerangs. If you opt for a lower-quality boomerang, however, you can find cheaper options.

Size and Weight

When it comes to weight and size, your choice will largely depend on the purpose for which the boomerang is intended. If you are into sporting, hunting, or collecting, you will be better off with a bigger boomerang. If the boomerang is for playing or a gift for a young person, a smaller boomerang will work just fine.

The decision on what material to choose boils down to your personal preference. There are traditional wooden boomerangs, the modern-styled plastic ones, and leather boomerangs. Furthermore, high-quality boomerangs are designed in all the styles and are available in a wide range of prices. Therefore, choosing a boomerang based on material is largely about aesthetics.

Country of Origin
If you want a traditional boomerang, the best place to buy is from Australian outlets, especially because the art of boomerang was refined in Australia. Nonetheless, you can also get amazing, usable boomerangs form other countries, like the US.
No matter the age or background of a person, a good old boomerang is capable of winning even the grumpiest man’s smile. This amazing throwing stick can be used as a toy, as a hunting tool, or just placed in the garden to be used for fun. No matter what the purpose, you should visit Wycheproof Boomerangs to be sure you are buying an authentic boomerang in Australia.  Eada Hudes

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