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  • It is estimated that forty five thousand years ago the aboriginals emigrated

  • from Africa to Australia. The aboriginal tribes

  • who settled in land, lived by hunting and gathering.

  • The Australian Aboriginal people

  • develop musical instruments suggest that didjeridoo,

  • which is a national symbol and is still used today.

  • They inhabited it in the Kakadu National Park.

  • They were experts in seeking out water and other supplies to live. Today

  • more than half of all aboriginals live in towns, often

  • on the outskirts of Australia in terrible conditions. Many others

  • work as labourers on Cattle ranches that have taken

  • over their land.

  • Australia was initially thought-out

  • as the southland filled with gold. The Dutch

  • were the first to arrive to Australia led by Willem Jensen

  • in 1606. Between 1606

  • and 1770 about fifty-four European ships

  • landed on Australia. In 1769

  • David Cook a British navigator headed to New Zealand

  • he then sailed across Australian's eastern coast

  • and in 1770 claimed it for Britain

  • and named it the New South Wales.

  • During the European colonization the aboriginals

  • suffered. They were driven from their land and killed with unfamiliar diseases.

  • They faced risk of starvation because they were nomadic hunters

  • and the surviving became slaves. Because of the overcrowded jails

  • in Britian, the british sent ex-convicts to claim Australia.

  • In 1788 Captain Arthur Phillip

  • and his navy arrived to Australia.They settled at Camp Cove and

  • established the first British colony. George

  • Vancouver claimed the Albany region in 1791.

  • Australia is part of a Commonwealth Realm

  • or group of independent countries with the same interests

  • that share Queen Elizabeth II as their queen.

  • In 1901 the six former British colonies in Australia

  • agreed to confederate so they formed the Commonwealth of Australia and its first

  • federal government. Australia always had and still has a federal

  • parliamentary democracy. The federal

  • parliamentary democracy is influenced by the republican government

  • and Britian's government but is also depends on the parliament

  • and the Queen. Ethnocentrism

  • is the belief of superiority in your own ethnic group. It is presented in

  • Australia because

  • the British were very ethnocentric. They thought that they were superior to

  • the indigenous people and that's why they had to take over and kill all the

  • Aboriginals.

  • Before the arrival of the European,

  • the Aboriginal of people of Australia lived in caves

  • or created temporal semi-circular structures made out of timber

  • and had bark roofs. AQUIIII time passed you think you're lso asking us to your

  • changed after the ambiance to mom yet effective I strongly influence

  • -2 employment and will include

  • following the i've seen and mangum

  • now importantly see hi

  • the Sydney Opera House

  • investing

  • home

  • them

  • the most important holiday he

  • yesterday having that revision of ninety sing the tonys accept any

  • began early in the nineteenth century unless the name 1788

  • on Capp thing Arthur Phillips come under UHV depressed me from the great brand

  • and the first governor of New South Wales arrived at Sydney calls

  • everything on the Union Flag simple life

  • British occupation of eastern half of the content

  • still

  • surfing is one of the main sports practice and Australia

  • it is that the surfing in Australia started in the 1770s

  • says the way for calls are ideal people from all over the world come to

  • Australia just to enjoy the sport

  • will be for buses for originated from United it was clear yesterday

  • this is the 18th place but the rule for officially written down

  • in the 1840s it is just so popular sport

  • industry

  • first %uh

  • Australian slang referred to the native snacks that Aboriginal issues to eat and

  • still

  • eat today some traditional bustracker plates are

  • went down and crab cakes with mango papaya salsa

  • of for kangaroo is not only yesterday is an impossible

  • it is also a traditional dinner plates are the cross it me

  • the rule is served in many different ways

  • in pizza as after they Ralph

  • and the sub tar tar

  • the Australian meat pie basically consists a handset spacey field with

  • mince meat and gravy

  • this pie was first originated among the British

  • early settlers anguish that came out to Australia already have their own privacy

  • yes but the estate is developed and about the

  • idea creating the me fight I was always part of the English teaching

  • this is one of the most consumed dishes in Australia

  • the Great Barrier Reef

  • located in Queens that and one on the seven natural wonders of the world

  • is one of the main tourist attractions in Australia australia is a country with

  • amazingly rich in culture

  • extensive natural wonders open spaces

  • extraordinary beaches in cosmopolitan cities

  • rooted in Africa have played a major role

  • into the development of Australia but is undeniably

  • its own country today and

  • and

It is estimated that forty five thousand years ago the aboriginals emigrated

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