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Famous festivals in Australia

Famous festivals in Australia


Diplo from band Major Lazer crowd surfs during the Gold Coast leg of the 2014 Big Day Out tour It’s usually around this time of the year that festival-goers are gearing up to get hot and sweaty at what was, at least historically, the ultimate one-day festival: Big Day Out. But these dog days are over, because Big Day Out’s new owner, C3 Presents, has cancelled the event in…


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Working with Australians

Working with Australians


A Working Effectively with Australians programme will enable you to develop practical strategies to build professional relationships with your Australian counterparts. Course details The course will give you insights into Australian communication styles and workplace preferences and you will learn how to adapt your own style and behaviours to create more successful relationships…


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Australian taboos

Australian taboos


Welcome to Australia! Over one-fifth of Australians born to immigrant parents, making Australia a culture of melting pot. Australia is a pretty laid back country overall and people in Australia are very open-minded, fun loving and are generally accepting of different cultures visiting their country. However, as you travel to Australia, you must stick to the laws of the land…


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Xmas Lights Australia

Xmas Lights Australia


Christmas lights have been banned in Cardwell, Australia, due to complaints from Muslim residents. Example: Meanwhile In Australia. CHRISTMAS LIGHTS BANNED CAIRNS: Christmas Lights in Cardwell, North Queensland have been banned by the local council after a complaint from the new Al Shalalah Mosque built in the town just weeks ago. Iman Adnan Janutab said that the towns 100…


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Australian Food Festival

Australian Food Festival


Australia’s culinary renaissance is showing no signs of slowing down. Words like quenelle, confit and macerated are making their way into our everyday vernacular and ravenous revellers are now eager than ever to sample epicurean delights thanks to Masterchef and a new breed of rock star: the celebrity chef. With artisan producers, star-studded line-ups and world-class entertainment…


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Aboriginal Customs

Aboriginal Customs


The Ditidaht First Nation’s proud claim is that its people never go hungry: Their traditional territory, covering a wide expanse of southern Vancouver Island, is rich with food for the taking – salmon and duck, mussels and berries, deer and elk. Joseph William Thomas and Christopher John Brown, two aboriginal hunters from the urban Esquimalt First Nation – where hunting opportunities…


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Non verbal communication in Australia

Non verbal communication in Australia


A huge part of the way we communicate occurs through non-verbal cues in conversations. This includes your body language, the way you look at others during conversations and the facial expressions you use. Body language Body language can back up the words you use and how you say those words, but can also betray your true feelings if you are uncomfortable in a conversation. There…


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Dining Etiquette in Australia

Dining Etiquette in Australia


Meeting with clients over a meal and a good bottle of wine can be the perfect environment to seal a deal, make new connections or build rapport with an investor. Australian business culture is quite relaxed about social rules, but what if you’re dining with a stickler for manners? Business Insider spoke to some of Australia’s leading social etiquette experts, Good Manners author…


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Indigenous communities in Australia

Indigenous communities in Australia


Gary Murray, chairman of the Northwest Region Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Board and a member of the Dja Dja Wurrung nation speaks as protesters stage a sit down protest outside Flinders Street Station in Melbourne on Friday. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Tens of thousands of Australians have taken part in protests throughout the country in a fight against the forced…


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Australian Themed

Australian Themed


Teresa Palmer shows off her baby bump as she grabs breakfast at Cafe Gratitude on Monday (October 3) in West Hollywood, Calif. The 30-year-old Lights Out actress has been enjoying her time back home after traveling to Italy to premiere her film Hacksaw Ridge at the, and then to Canada to attend the premiere of her movie Message from the King during the 2016 Toronto International…


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