Where to buy a boomerang

Where do you get a decent Australian boomerang? Here’s some locals who you can buy boomerangs from.

Aussie Rangs
Doug Boyling

Boomerang Craftsmen Australia
Rob Croll
5 Tyson Court, Wantirna South VIC 3152
Ph: (03) 9887 5085

Duncan Maclennan’s Boomerang School
224a William Street, Kings Cross NSW 2011
Ph: (02) 9358 2370

Jeff Lewry
Bowna Road/Old Hume Highway, opposite Bowna-Wymah Road, Bowna NSW 2644
(02) 6020 3240

Rangs Boomerangs
Roger Perry
18 Cross Road, Bedfordale WA 6112
Ph: (08) 9399 1129
Fax: (08) 9399 1763

Real Boomerangs
Adam Carroll
Ph: (03) 6261 4506

Stones Throws Boomerangs
David & Peggy Biden
PO Box 2388, Bundaberg QLD 4670
Ph: (07) 4159 7897
Fax: (07) 4159 7662

Victorian Academy of Boomerangs
Bruce Carter
21 Fran Street, Glenroy VIC 3046
Ph: (03) 9300 2374
Mob: 0410 472 006

Wycheproof Boomerangs (now including Binghi Boomerangs)
Leanne Loveland (daughter of Bunny Read)
5B Welsford Drive, East Bendigo VIC 3550
Mob: 0438 397 463

Of course, there’s lots of other individuals in the Boomerang Association of Australia who make, sell or buy boomerangs — so if you’re after something in particular, contact us and we’ll point you in the right direction.


  1. N.P.LaCroix
    Posted 24 January 2013 at 6:02 am | Permalink

    I would like to purchase a boomerang for a young man as a beginner item. He lives in the US so could you recommend a make that will return, is well made and not too expensive.

  2. BAA
    Posted 24 January 2013 at 9:23 am | Permalink

    While not the topic of this page, here’s a few of the major international places to buy from. Most have been around for decades, and all offer a wide range of boomerangs by a number of manufacturers.

    All of them ship internationally, so you don’t have to be in their particular country.



    South America:

  3. Posted 29 September 2014 at 8:32 am | Permalink

    is there boomerang here in the philippines?

  4. Matt Barker
    Posted 28 October 2014 at 12:09 am | Permalink

    Hi Jestoni

    No, unfortunately there isn’t a boomerang group, club or association as yet in the Phillipines, but one has started in Indonesia, which is your closest neighbour.

    Try searching for Boomerang Fans Club Indonesia on Facebook for contact information.

    We do hope you get a boomerang club started in the Phillipines, and eventually compete in the biannual World Cup!


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  5. Di powell
    Posted 26 May 2015 at 3:49 am | Permalink

    I am wanting to purchase an Australian made boomerang to give as a gift for a 12 yr old boy from holland. Where is the best place to buy one that’s not too expensive. I live in eastern suburbs. Also do they come with instructions on how to throw them correctly so they return.
    Thanks di

  6. Matt Barker
    Posted 13 June 2015 at 8:42 pm | Permalink

    Hi Di

    There are a quite a few very good makers in Australia who run businesses and have a website. Most of them operate online, one of which is Rangs Boomerangs located in Perth, WA. Google “Boomerangs for sale” and you should come up with a list of results. They often provide you with a catalogue of kids boomerangs to select, which include pictures, like eBay. Have a browse and ensure that the boomerang comes with your preferences, that it is a returning boomerang which comes with instructions.

    Basic instructions are:

    1. Never throw a boomerang side-arm or flat like a frisbee. You must keep the edges vertical when you throw it.
    2. Throw at about 30-40 degree angle from oncoming wind with the wind coming toward you. If you are right handed, throw 30-40 degrees to the right of the wind, and if left handed, at the same angle left of the wind.
    3. Throw the boomerang directly ahead at shoulder level. Some boomerang designs like a little bit of an upwards trajectory, which means throwing slightly above shoulder level, though most designs like to be thrown straight ahead.
    4. Don’t throw boomerangs when the wind gets too strong, otherwise the boomerang gets blown away or becomes a flying missile, which can be dangerous. The best wind is between 3-5 knots. No wind at all will require a light boomerang or one with wide aerofoils for lift. Stronger winds require heavier boomerangs with thinner aerofoil sections, and you can spoil the aerofoil sections deliberately by placing rubber bands around the blades to create drag so that the boomerang stays down.

    Good luck in finding a suitable boomerang for your 12 yr old boy.


    Matthew Barker
    (BAA Editor)

  7. guneet
    Posted 1 September 2015 at 3:58 pm | Permalink

    Hi guys ,
    I am based in perth , i want to learn to fly boomerang . Is there an institue or a proessional who can teach it the properway of flying it whome i can take few lessons . i m based in North of the river .
    Thanks ,

  8. Matt Barker
    Posted 6 September 2015 at 8:07 pm | Permalink

    Dear Guneet

    Come down for a throw with some of WA’s best boomerang throwers at Southern River fields, Gay Rd Gosnells each Sunday week. The boys are currently in training for the Boomerang World Cup, which will be held in Cologne, Germany July 2016. Next training session will be held Sunday 13th September.


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  9. Fiona Allen
    Posted 12 May 2016 at 3:52 am | Permalink

    Just bought a boomerang from Boomerang Craftsmen Australia for a friends grandson who wanted a genuine Australian boomerang. I’m disappointed that I now have to lie to them both when I found out it was paid for in US dollars and might be made there too. Please reassure me that the item I purchased in good faith is made in Australia?

  10. Matt Barker
    Posted 17 May 2016 at 6:40 pm | Permalink

    Hi Allen

    I will forward your email to the owner of Boomerang Craftsmen who should reply soon.


    Matt Barker
    (BAA Editor)

  11. Mai
    Posted 13 May 2016 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

    Hello Matt,

    We are looking for a local artist who can deliver a workshop on meanings of aboriginal symbols and colors and boomerang decoration for a group of 40 high school students from Singapore. We want a 2 hour workshop in Sydney sometime in January 2017. Do you know any artist who might be interested in this opportunity?


  12. Matt Barker
    Posted 17 May 2016 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

    Hi Mai

    I will forward your email to our representatives in the Eastern States, who should be able to assist you with your enquiry.


    Matt Barker
    (BAA Editor)

  13. Jay
    Posted 17 April 2017 at 9:23 pm | Permalink

    Are there any aboriginal people selling returning boomerangs in Sydney? I would like to buy Locally made returning boomerangs. An address of the location is appreciated. Unfortunately I’m unable to find authentic aboriginal people made boomerangs.
    Thank you 🙂

  14. Matt Barker
    Posted 2 December 2017 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    Hi Jay

    I will pass your email on to members who may know of aboriginal people making and selling boomerangs in Sydney.


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  15. Posted 5 May 2017 at 9:53 am | Permalink

    Has anyone heard of boomerang depot before? I just came across them and was curious if anyone has some insight. I appreciate anyone’s input.


  16. Matt Barker
    Posted 2 December 2017 at 8:58 pm | Permalink

    Hi Tyler

    Boomerang Depot is a San Diego based manufacturer of boomerangs which sell their boomerangs online.

    There are many online businesses selling boomerangs around the world. Boomerang Depot is one of them.

    Rangs Boomerangs West Australia have the largest range of boomerangs on sale in the world. Use Google to find them. They make boomerangs for beginners as well as professionals.


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  17. Luca
    Posted 11 July 2017 at 9:19 pm | Permalink

    Do you have an address where I can buy one in Darwin or in Cairns ?
    Thanks for your answer


  18. Matt Barker
    Posted 2 December 2017 at 8:53 pm | Permalink

    HI Luca

    I have passed your email on to members of the association who might be able to help you with an address?

    Sorry for the late reply.

    BAA Editor

  19. Chantal
    Posted 7 December 2017 at 8:41 pm | Permalink

    Hi, I am in Cairns for a few days before heading to Alice Springs and was wondering if you recommend any places in one of these two locations? Thanks.

  20. Matt Barker
    Posted 24 January 2018 at 1:34 am | Permalink

    About the only place you may find a boomerang in Alice Springs or Cairns is through a souvenir or antique shop. If you want a boomerang that is aerodynamically designed, best you search the internet and purchase online. Go to our links page for more information.

  21. Michelle NAGAS
    Posted 18 December 2017 at 10:32 am | Permalink

    Hi Everyone!
    I am a Boomerang supplier/distributor living in Lismore on the north coast of NSW. I have a plenteous of supply of Aboriginal made by local Gallibul/Jubullam Elder Michael W Walker of Kyogle. A selection of hardwoods decorated and burnt designs on the boomerang and they are returning. If you are interested in buying bulk or smaller gift purchases. Please contact myself Michelle Nagas on 0456216078 and come visit our ONLY Boomerang Factory in existense as we know around these parts of Kyogle Northern NSW. My email for further enquiries is micah4word@gmail.com. At the moment we have a Festive Seasonal Sale of $10.oo on all available stocked boomerangs. This will not last long so please call/email today. Main sizes 16inch
    Boomerang Cheers!
    Michelle Nagas – Distributor for M.W.W Souvenirs 2017

  22. Matt Barker
    Posted 24 January 2018 at 1:32 am | Permalink

    Thanks Michelle for your email. I have forwarded it to the committee members, who will pass the word around about your boomerangs.

    BAA Editor

  23. Carlos de Brigard
    Posted 24 January 2018 at 10:16 am | Permalink

    Hi, my mother is flying to Australia, she’s going to be in Adelaide and Sydney, ¿Please, can you tell me where can she buy an awesome boomerang?

  24. Matt Barker
    Posted 29 January 2018 at 8:35 pm | Permalink

    Hi Carlos

    The souvenir shops are good for finding a boomerang, but ultimately. the best place to look is online. Try Rangs Boomerangs Australia. They offer a big collection of boomerangs and all of them are guaranteed to return if thrown correctly, and come with instructions.

  25. Rene Breuls
    Posted 24 April 2018 at 2:35 am | Permalink

    I am looking for a boomerang manufacturer who could make a boomerang of the following specifications:
    Length: 66 cm, greatest breath: 6.3 cm. thickness: 1.27 cm; angle from the center: 140 degrees; natural fininsh; right handed.
    Can anybody help?

  26. Matt Barker
    Posted 26 June 2018 at 11:51 pm | Permalink

    Hi Rene

    I have forwarded your message on to Rangs Boomerangs Australia and Rob Croll of Victoria who will reply to you shortly. They should be able to recommend a suitable boomerang maker for your requirements.


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  27. Tineke Haandrikman
    Posted 8 June 2018 at 8:37 pm | Permalink

    We have bought authentic boomerangs in Australia. We met an Aboriginal guy in Tom Price (near Karijini NP) who makes them himself. They are beautiful. His name is Clinton and works in the social center of the town.

  28. Matt Barker
    Posted 26 June 2018 at 11:57 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Tineke

    I have passed your information on to BAA members.


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  29. Jon whyte
    Posted 17 June 2018 at 6:10 am | Permalink

    where can I buy Stone Throw Boomerangs in the uk/London shops
    Kind regards.


  30. Matt Barker
    Posted 27 June 2018 at 12:03 am | Permalink

    Hi Jon

    Try this link:


    Into the Wind sell Stones Throw boomerangs. If you contact them, they might be able to tell you where you can purchase them in the UK?


    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

  31. Matt Barker
    Posted 31 October 2018 at 1:55 am | Permalink

    There are in fact many boomerang makers. The biggest maker in Australia is Rangs Boomerangs at http://www.rangs.net.au. Roger Perry has a big range of boomerangs that are guaranteed to return. For more authentic boomerangs, contact Rob Croll at Crolls@bigpond.net.au

    Thanks for visiting,

    Matt Barker
    BAA Editor

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