Kristian Coulthard, the owner of Wadnayura Gallery just west of Blinman, is an Adnyamathanha man who makes hand carved timber musical instruments and objects such as boomerangs in the Aboriginal tradition. He told us it's a skill which has been passed down through his family. It was great to hear him speak about his culture and the local area, also touching on Australia's very dark history of massacres and systematic degradation, which decimated the first nation's population.
The day we visited, he was working on a set of "tapping sticks", a percussion instrument, and showed us how he made specific marks, representing animal tracks. This is the terrific view, looking towards town from his work bench: