Wallaby Boomerangs

 Stéphane Marguerite's passion for boomerangs began in 1981 in his hometown, Laval in Mayenne, France, while attending a show organized by the local club. He has produced boomerangs ever since.

 He first participated in a tournament in 1984 and later on, he became captain of the French team and the Canadian team, which has given him the opportun...

 Stéphane Marguerite's passion for boomerangs began in 1981 in his hometown, Laval in Mayenne, France, while attending a show organized by the local club. He has produced boomerangs ever since.

 He first participated in a tournament in 1984 and later on, he became captain of the French team and the Canadian team, which has given him the opportunity to take part in many national and international competitions for the past 30 years. 

In 1993, he flew to Montreal, Canada, where he created Wallaby Boomerangs, an eco-citizen workshop which makes handmade boomerangs from renewable natural resources like wood and bioplastics ; its aim is to make boomerang throwing popular. 

In 2005, he came back to France and settled down in a craft village called Sallertaine (western France), now labeled "art craft town", and opened a new workshop. Its goal was to combine the practice of a healthy physical activity with design and traditional know-how, and thus promote eco-friendly consumption. Still, he never shut down his Canadian workshop where he stays and works from October to March every year.

 The experience he gained in Europe as well as his taking part in many international competitions enabled him to develop a recognized expertise to design reliable and effective products. He constantly pushes the limits of design to meet customers' expectations, whatever their level may be. His boomerangs are approved worldwide and famous for their style and innovative design.

 He commits himself:

- to guarantee high-quality products and to enhance the know-how of a French craftsman.

- to contribute to environmental protection by favoring natural resources and improving continually the ecological quality of boomerangs.

- to make consumers aware of the benefits of regular physical activity with an artless and simple thing.

- to make consumers aware of the benefits of regular physical activity with an artless and simple thing. 

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Wallaby Boomerangs There are 7 products.

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  • 19,90 €
    1 Review(s)

    Designed for younger children, Stéphane Marguerite Wallaby designed a basic but effective triblader. With a range of 20/22 meters , it has little trailing edge , which makes it wind-resistant .Concerning  decoration, Stéphane innovated by creating a multitude of printed WAKURAY. Some are inspired by Aboriginal culture, others by Manga...

    19,90 €
  • 22,90 €
    2 Review(s)

    With its very impressive circular flight , Wanguri is a small boomerang that needs to be thrown with a flick of the wrist ; a fast and accurate flight  A very sloped throw is necessary with a range of 30 to 35 metersAn ideal boomerang for the Team-Relay eventMade from bamboo plywood unique in the world, it is hand-painted and reveals the fibers of bamboo.

    22,90 €
  • 22,90 €

    A small closed v-blade  dedicated to adults with a range of 35 meters.Wandjuk is a small v-blade with very few trailing edge, you need a good flick of the wrist to rotate and get satisfaction that’s why it is for adults

    22,90 €
  • 0,00 €
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    Canberra is a triblader boomerang from Wallaby Boomerang It’s made of aircraft birch with a veener in noble wood (here, bamboo) Canberra is a small pattern with sloped blades closer to the center As all these boomerangs, there is little trailing edge, which makes it very tolerating to wind.A range of about 23/25 meters, for teens age 12

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  • 24,90 €
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    Kadina is a small triblader boomerang that comes from Wallaby. The Kadina is a compact boomerang in CTP 4mm thick, designed for adults; it requires a good flick of the wrist to rotate it . With a range of about 27 meters it holds very well in the wind because it has little trailing edge which is Stéphane Marguerite’s collection’s feature

    24,90 €
  • 26,90 €

    WAAK is the traditional type of boomerang at Wallaby. This is a very flare boomerang for the nostalgic of aboriginal boomerangs. A majestic flight with a long range and despite its small size it flies nearly 37 meters. See the following below

    26,90 €
  • 26,90 €
    3 Review(s)

    A range of about 45 meters for this beautiful v-shaped made of  bamboo plywood. Stéphane Marguerite from Wallaby Boomerang designed this  boomerang for the strongest winds. The Wawilak requires a straight flick of the wrist in order to enjoy its full potential. Stéphane Marguerite hardly modifies its trailing edges, which makes...

    26,90 €
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