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Djalu is a musician from Magnolia who plays the didgeridoo. He has only appeared in the comics.
Djalu is dark-skinned. He has short brown hair and hazel-brown eyes. He wears a red sweatshirt, green cropped slacks, green shoes and a beret with light and dark green stripes.
Djalu seems to be brave as he and his friends tried to sneak backstage to tell Winx the truth about Mitzi and her friends. Later, he agreed to play his music to calm the spirits of nature which also was an act of courage considering that he never did it before and did not know what it could turn into. However, at first he did not have faith in himself, but Stella and Flora gave him support.
He seems to respect his culture, its traditions and legends.
When news of the Winx holding a concert here in Magnolia, Djalu and his band decide to try and win the audition the Winx are holding to determine who will be their concert opener. Hoping to play music with their favorite band.
While "The Sweet Dreams" are performing, Djalu, Mandawuy and Kerrianne try to sneak backstage but are stopped by security guards. However, Bloom asks the guards to let them go because she feels like they have something important to tell. Djalu reveals the truth, he says that those girls stole their instruments. The Winx promise to get their instruments back. His friends say they need to move quickly and stop the thieves because the instruments are magical, having belonged to their aboriginal community for many generations and according to legends, their ancestors used the instruments to enter into harmony with vital forces of creation. People who do not belong to their tribes do not have the right to play them, otherwise the spirits of nature may become rebellious.
So it happens. When the Winx come to stop Mitzi and her friends, it is too late. The Legendary Bunyip and Ngalyod, The Rainbow Serpent, show up and start crashing the place down. The Winx try to stop the spirits of nature but their spells do not work. Djalu, Mandawuy and Kerriane encourage them, telling them not stop trying. They give the Winx some energy so they can have enough strength for the last attack, but the negative energy released by Mitzi and her friends blocks it and prevents Winx from using their full Believix powers. Bloom snatches Djalu's instrument back from Mitzi. Djalu's instrument, the didgeridoo, is then returned to him and is asked by Bloom to use it to calm the spirits like his ancestors did. Djalu doubts himself, but the Winx cheer him up and he agrees to try. When he succeeds, him and his band are personally invited by the Winx to join them and play together.
- Djalu is named after Djalu Gurruwiwi who also plays the didgeridoo and is well-respected for his ability to make and play it; he is the didgeridoo's spiritual keeper.
- His name means lightning in Yolngu. Yolngu are indigenous people of Australia.