The flat form of the woomera and the incising place it in the Kimberleys area of
Western Australia. The semi circular patterns have been incised using a possum tooth
or a kangaroo tooth which would have been tied to the end of a stick with kangaroo
sinew to give the user greater leverage.
The shaping of the artifact has employed the use of a metal rasp which would have
sped up its production but it retains its traditional form and decoration.