Culture Of Australia

Cultures of Australia

Cultures of Australia


Although Australia is a predominantly Christian country, with about 64% of all Australians identifying as Christian, there is no official state religion. People in Australia are free to practice any religion they choose, as long as they are not breaking the law. All but three of the 22 major religions…

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Aboriginal Background

Aboriginal Background


The spiritual views of Aboriginal people are complex and largely impenetrable to those not born and initiated into its world. For Aboriginal people, their land is populated with a parallel world of visible and invisible forces; the land is alive with spiritual forces and each and every Aboriginal person who lived in or passed through the landscape is culturally and emotionally…


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Australian cultural customs

Australian cultural customs


Australia s multicultural society is made up of people from over 210 different nationalities, so it is difficult to define what is typical in Australian culture or social customs. However, there are some values most Australians consider important: That people will be given a fair go : that is, that you will be treated equitably. For example, La Trobe has advocates, grievance…


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American influence on Australian culture

American influence on Australian culture


Since America and Australia fought together as allies in World War One and World War Two, the two countries have shared a common bond. American soldiers stationed in Australia during the wars brought about an influx of American foods, such as hot dogs and hamburgers, which have since become staples of Australia s fast food industry. Many of the soldiers stationed in Australia…


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Australian beach culture

Australian beach culture


Sun Safety Australia has one of the highest skin cancer rates in the world. Even when it doesn’t feel that hot, the sun here is very intense, especially between 11am and 3pm during daylight saving time (10am to 2pm during standard time). Always protect your skin, by staying in the shade or using sunscreen, a hat, a shirt and sunglasses. More information about sun safety can…


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Special events in Australia

Special events in Australia


We are now half way through the election campaign and it’s time to get informed, ask your burning questions and join the conversation. The Guardian’s political editor, Lenore Taylor, and deputy political editor, Katharine Murphy, will be joined by special guests in Sydney and Melbourne to discuss policies, candidates and the current state of play. The overarching themes of…


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Customs in Australia culture

Customs in Australia culture


Unlike many other cultures, Australians say what they really mean and are, in general, more individual and outgoing. They are mostly relaxed, easy-going, open and direct. People normally think that most Aussies dwell in the countryside but as a matter of fact, more than three quarters of them live amidst the crowded cities and urban areas, mainly along the seashore. Some key…


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Australian culture clothing

Australian culture clothing


A country as amazing as Australia has some pretty amazing clothing too to help people cope with the Australian climate and conditions. Many traditional clothing items like Blundstones and Akubra hats are now popular souvenirs finding their way all over the world. Aboriginal T-shirts These T-shirts make great souvenirs or presents and you can order them online Akubra hats The…


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Australian drinking culture

Australian drinking culture


Updated Australians are going to have to wish for more than good health before a bout of binge-drinking to avoid sobering consequences to their mental health. Australian Medical Association vice-president Stephen Parnis described Australia s relationship with alcohol as extremely unhealthy and said its impact was in a class of its own . It causes more harm than all other…


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Australian Coffee culture

Australian Coffee culture


Australia s take coffee very seriously. Although Italian migrants introduced espresso coffee in the post-World War II period, it wasn t until the 1990s that Aussies obsession began. A style of espresso coffee created in Australia, the flat white , has even started turning up in the cafes of New York and London. Starbucks Interestingly, Starbucks, which dominates markets around…


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