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Country Profile of Australia

Country Profile of Australia


Australia s ecosystem is an unusual one because of its remote location. As a result, there are many animal species that occur here and nowhere else in the world, such as the platypus, kangaroo, echidna, and koala. Australia has 516 national parks to protect its unique plants and animals. One of Australia…
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History of Aboriginal in Australian

History of Aboriginal in Australian


Weemala/Eurama Faulconbridge, Blue Mountains. A History of the Estate: Sir Henry Parkes (known as the father of Australian federation), bought a large acreage property that stretched from Faulconbridge to Linden (then known as 17 Mile Hollow) in 1876 and built a wooden cottage that he named Stonehurst. On Oct 9, 1876 the Numantia railway platform was opened. In 1879 he built…


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Australia food Customs

Australia food Customs


Greetings Men usually shake hands (firmly) the first time they meet. Women may or may not shake hands. How do you do , Good morning and Good afternoon are formal greetings. Usually students and young people just say Hello or Hi . People often appreciate it if you add their name: eg Hi, Peta . Social invitations Whenever you receive an invitation formally (a written…


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Australia history Summary

Australia history Summary


History of the South East Drainage System - Summary 1. Introduction The South East Region of South Australia is a highly modified landscape. Broad-scale land clearance and an extensive cross-catchment drainage system have converted what was once a wetland dominated landscape into agricultural production on a vast scale. There is a long history of drainage in the South East…


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Traditional Aboriginal lifestyle

Traditional Aboriginal lifestyle


A finger across the throat and a glance seaward. That’s the signal. The two men grip their spears, hand-carved from stringybark trees, and walk barefoot over the red soil to the water’s edge. Then into the aluminum dinghy, engine revved, and across a warm shallow bay of the Arafura Sea, at the wild edge of Australia’s Northern Territory. Terrence Gaypalwani stands at the bow…


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Race and Ethnicity in Australia

Race and Ethnicity in Australia


By Ghali Hassan. Axis of Logic While most Australians rightly believe that Australia is a multicultural nation, in reality multiculturalism is encouraging divisions, discrimination and racism. Australia needs an inclusive multicultural policy to dismantle “white” dominance and unite Australians. Australian citizens in an Australian-flag hijab. Since the early 1970s, Australia…


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Australia multicultural country

Australia multicultural country


A new report has found Australia is one of the most multicultural countries in the world, but the skills of many migrants are being wasted. The report commissioned by AMP shows that most of Australia s migrants come from the United Kingdom, New Zealand and China. It says Australia is the second most multicultural nation in the world, tied with Switzerland behind table-leader…


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Aboriginal heritage Sites

Aboriginal heritage Sites


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage is an important part of Australian heritage. Evidence of the occupation of Australia by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people dates back more than 60, years. As well as historically important, Indigenous heritage is of continuing significance, creating and maintaining continuous links with the people and the land. Places…


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Australian Population history

Australian Population history


As they often do, a few days before Christmas, the ABS released their June Quarter 2014 update of Australian Demographic Statistics. It shows that in the 2013-14 financial year, Australia’s population grew by 1.6% (365, people) to 23, 490, 700 people. But the interesting stuff is in the details as usual! Here is a chart of Australia’s population vs building approvals for the…


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Australian Sacred Sites

Australian Sacred Sites


Kata Tjuta (also known as The Olgas) are one of Australia’s most famous icons and a sacred site to local aboriginal people. It sits in the central Australian desert and attracts thousands of tourists each year


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