Australian culture and customs

Australia Background

Australia Background


Australia became a country in 1901 as a federation of former British colonies inhabiting the continent of Australia. At Federation, six states emerged out of the six colonies, and they retained the establishment of policy and funding for education. Progressively, the states voluntarily surrendered some…
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Australian Christmas tree Ornaments

Australian Christmas tree Ornaments


Christmas Kingdom is your one stop Christmas Shop in Melbourne with an Australia wide online store. Guests of all ages are invited to enjoy the wonderland of Christmas Kingdom, featuring a magical forest (complete with talking tree), shimmering lights, sparkling ornaments and whimsical animated window…
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Christmas tree Au

Christmas tree Au


A bright start to the festive season At six o’clock sharp, more than 60, lights on Zurich’s tallest Christmas tree will be turned on to usher in the Advent period. As every year, hotel guests and local residents are welcome to the Baur au Lac park to share mulled wine and biscuits with us as we light…
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Australian Aboriginal history

Australian Aboriginal history


Historians, Aboriginies, Australia Professor Richard Broome (History, La Trobe University) introduces the notion of Aboriginal history and how it has changed. The Nature of Frontier Professor Richard Broome (History, La Trobe University) on what the frontier is and the meaning behind it. Australian and European Meanings of Land Professor Richard Broome (History, La Trobe University)…


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Traditional clothing of Australia

Traditional clothing of Australia


“AMERICANS are prepared to fight for the right to bear arms. Australians feel more strongly about the right to bare feet. We re prepared to compromise that right only when we need to save our soles from hot sand or rough terrain. Then we wear thongs. Casualness is central to our sense of national identity and the thong is a symbol of that. Let the English be pompous and the…


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What is cultural diversity in Australia?

What is cultural diversity in Australia?


FEATURE ARTICLE 2: AUSTRALIA S CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY In addition to our rich Indigenous cultures, Australia is a nation built on the migrant experience and consequently is one of the most diverse countries in the world. In this, the United Nations declared International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures, Australian society is a microcosm of the entire world…


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History of Aboriginal culture

History of Aboriginal culture


ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIANS ARE descendents of the first people to leave Africa up to 75, years ago, a genetic study has found, confirming they may have the oldest continuous culture on the planet. Professor Eske Willerslev of the University of Copenhagen, who led the study, says Aboriginal Australians were the first modern humans to traverse unknown territory in Asia and Australia…


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Indigenous, Aboriginal

Indigenous, Aboriginal


In a field of complex and contentious issues, understanding Aboriginal identity in Canada is one of the most challenging tasks. Perceptions of Aboriginal identity can be complex. Definitions may have legal implications that often operate in surprising ways. In this section, we go over the various ways in which Aboriginal peoples in Canada self-identify and are defined by the…


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Australian Religions

Australian Religions


ABOUT THE CLASSIFICATION Religious affiliation provides a useful indicator of aspects of the cultural diversity of Australia s society. The first edition of the Australian Standard Classification of Religious Groups (ASCRG) was published in 1996 and the second edition was published in 2005. The need for periodic reviews to reflect changes in the religious profile of Australia…


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Sport culture in Australia

Sport culture in Australia


Australians like to think of themselves as sports obsessives, a nation of people who play hard, are loyal to their team and passionate about sporting endeavour. Stefan Grun looks at the background to this sense of national identity. There are three main factors that define a culture - values, environment and reminders. Values are those things which define behaviours the group…


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