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Australian family traditions

Australian family traditions


The head of the household would carve the roast at the table, serving thin slices of meat onto each plate and the vegetables would be passed around for each person to help themselves. It was the formal meal of the week, usually following church, and often included the extended family - grandparents…
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Xmas in Australia

Xmas in Australia


At an additional cost, you can upgrade your delivery method and make sure your gourmet hamper is delivered in time for Xmas. The delivery cut-off dates for premium express delivery 2016 are: Capital Cities except for Darwin (next day) - Thursday 22nd December (order before 1pm) Sydney Metro (same-day)…


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Torres Strait Islander Cultural

Torres Strait Islander Cultural


Looking for a venue? Affordable meeting and event space for hire! The ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre is a unique piece of Canberra’s history. Originally the temporary home of the National Museum of Australia the site was handed to the ACT Government for an Aboriginal and Torres…
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Ancient Aboriginals

Ancient Aboriginals


It is acknowledged that Australian Aboriginal culture is heavily spiritual and symbolic, but a rock engraving in a national park near Sydney suggests that the indigenous belief system represents a deep knowledge of the sky and the motion of the bodies within it. Scientists at Australia’s Commonwealth…
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Social norms in Australia

Social norms in Australia


Australians are generally laid-back, open and direct. They say what they mean and are generally more individual and outgoing than many other cultures. You may think that most Australians live in the outback out in the country. In fact, more than three quarters of Australians live in cities and in urban centres, mainly along the coast. Some key values that reflect the Australian…


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Typical Australian Clothing

Typical Australian Clothing


Parenthood: a joy, an adventure and a constantly growing expense! Being a parent changes your life. You become an instant expert in time management. Your relationship with your partner faces new challenges and priorities. Your once-neat home becomes a minefield of toys, sporting equipment and unwashed, haphazardly strewn clothing. You’re forced to reacquaint yourself with things…


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Modern Australian

Modern Australian


At Australian Modern we believe that auction houses and dealers should make every effort to know what they are selling to the public. It’s important to avoid making assumptions when trying to make an attribution or identification of a mid-century design or designer. The research needs to be thorough and based on evidence, such as the impeccable research on Michael Hirst carried…


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Aboriginal Tribes names

Aboriginal Tribes names


Bediagal Bediagal, Bidjigals, Bid-ee-gàl, Bejigal, Be-dia-gal Probably to the north-west of Parramatta, between Parramatta and Hawkesbury River, possibly around present day Castle Hill. Birrabirragal Birra birragal-leon Possibly associated with Birra Birra, a rocky reef in the lower harbour now known as Sow and Pigs. Borogegal Borogegal, Borogegal-yurrey Possibly associated…


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Australian Clothing Style

Australian Clothing Style


Melbourne is home to Australia s Fashion Week, but its locals wear fashion-forward looks year round. Here, a few Melburnians talk to us about their personal style and what it takes to dress like a local. Photograph by Aubrey Daquinag Name: James Neal Occupation: Digital Media Strategist Age: 32 Neighborhood you live in: Brunswick Favorite element of your outfit: My Dejour Jeans…


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Multicultural events in Australia

Multicultural events in Australia


Date Event Index Notes 1-Jan-16 New Year s Day Festival The United Nations has designated 2016 as the International Year of Pulses. Pulses are economically accessible and contribute to food security at all levels, they have important health benefits, promote biodiversity, foster sustainable agriculture and contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation. Liberation Day…


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