Rupert Grint can play the didgeridoo.

The 'Harry Potter' actor admits he's tried to master numerous instruments but he can make a ''decent noise'' with the wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians years ago.

He said: ''I can play the didgeridoo fairly well. I've tried a variety of instruments in the past - accordion, sax, guitar, and never really clicked with any of them. But the didgeridoo, I can make pretty decent noise.''

The 25-year-old actor, was given a didgeridoo when he was young and has a particular technique to help him play the instrument.

He added in an interview with Empire magazine: ''I acquired one early on, when I was quite young. It went from there really. It's quite a tricky technique, you have to do this circular breathing thing where you have a continuous breath.''

The flame-haired hunk - who is best known for playing Ron Weasley in the film adaptation of J.K. Rowling's popular novels - recently lent his voice to the character of Josh in 'Postman Pat: The Movie' and is set to hit the big screen in next year's 'Enemy of Man' and 'Moonwalkers'.