The Boomerang Association of Australia acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.
Welcome to the Boomerang Association of Australia. Sport boomerang throwing is in Australia and has been since the 1970's. Sport boomerangs are also thrown all over the world with new countries joining yearly. If you’re an Athlete, artist, craftsman, hobby enthusiast or new to boomerangs, you can learn all about it here. We can help you buy genuine returning boomerangs from Australian manufacturers. We can also help you make and throw boomerangs.
Boomerangs are making a comeback!
May 15th & 16th, Runaway Bay Cricket Club, Queensland.
Saturday - Main Event
Warm up from 7am, with 1st event 8:30am.
Sunday Fun Day - Throw Stick and Long Distance (Time permitting) plus fun events and coaching clinic.
Follow all the latest information via Guestboard.
Around the World.
Looking for a suitable throwing field around the world? Our friend and fellow thrower Adam McLaughlin from the United Kingdom has created a google map showing some of the best spots for throwing.
(being updated regularly).
You may even see throwers in action when they are out for a social/practise throw or even a competition. Be sure to stop by and say Hello (click on map)
Buy a Boomerang
Looking for a genuine returning boomerang?
We have manufacturers throughout Australia to help you get the right boomerang for you or the perfect gift.
Welcome to the new design website for the BAA. We hope you will be able to find all the information you need regarding all things boomerangs.
As this page is still currently being updated, please contact us if you have any questions, comments articles or photos past and present that we can include. This will help ensure we have the most informative site for you.
Let us know if you have something relevant we can add to our next bulletin too.
One of the more unusual boomerang world records is that of the ‘most consecutive catches’. This is currently held by Haruki Taketomi of Japan, who after throwing for an extraordinary 11 hours and 41 minutes, managed to make 2251 consecutive catches of a boomerang. He managed this spectacular feat in 2009, and amazingly broken the previous record by over 1000 catches.