In Australia there are native people and from there stems the musical background. These indigenous people are called the aborigines and over time they have developed unique instruments and unique music. The first of these instruments is called the didgeridoo is a type of musical instrument that, according to western musicological classification, falls into the category of aerophone. It is one of the oldest instruments to date. It consists of a long tube, without finger holes, through which the player blows. It is sometimes fitted with a mouthpiece. The second instrument is called the clap sticks and its classified as a percussion instrument. Down below are pictures of the instruments.