Traditions, Culture & Customs of Australia

Aboriginal Country

Aboriginal Country


Changing it and changing with it. The land was not just soil or rocks or minerals, but a whole environment that sustains, and is sustained, by people and culture. I feel with my body. Feeling all these trees, all this country. When this blow you can feel it. Same for country you feel it, you can look…
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Australian Sports history

Australian Sports history


Steve Waugh, Mark Taylor and fellow former Australia captain Michael Clarke all played their own role in the deification of the baggy green cap, whose rise to the status of national treasure has seen it become a valuable item in auction houses around the world. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images…
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Festivals in Australia 2015

Festivals in Australia 2015


US video artist Bill Viola, a big name in the 2015 Adelaide line-up. Photograph: PR From a chamber opera about Marilyn Monroe to a one-woman show that embodies the voice of the river in Finnegans Wake, the line-up for the 2015 Adelaide festival shows a taste for the experimental. Competing with Viola for the limelight is Blinc, an enormous light-show cum digital art showcase…


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Australia pictures of the country

Australia pictures of the country


Information Australia is one of the most urbanised countries in the world, with up to 85 percent of the population living in cities. Ironically, Australia is also one of the world s most sparsely populated nations. This is explained by the huge land area which is bigger than Europe (if you exclude western Russia). It is also comparable to mainland USA, but with a total population…


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Aboriginal Values

Aboriginal Values


Prior to European colonisation, there were between 350 and 750 distinct Aboriginal social groups in Australia. Each social group had distinct customs, traditions and values. Nevertheless, living as hunter gatherers resulted in all the groups sharing common values in regards to their social organisation and their relationship to the environment. In regards to social organisation…


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Australian Holidays and traditions

Australian Holidays and traditions


During this post. Australia is a country that loves a good long weekend, but isn’t particularly traditional when it comes to food during its holidays. In fact, for the most part, you could summarize the Aussie view of holidays as add alcohol and you’re getting pretty close to the mark. What can I say? We’re a country that likes a good beer and a yarn. That being said, we do…


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Australian Wedding Customs

Australian Wedding Customs


Wedding Ceremony Australia - the wedding ceremony and customs are extremely varied in this country’s multicultural society. However, mostly the traditions of the rest of the Western world are followed in Australia - particularly the English, Scottish and Irish traditions Even if it is not a formal wedding ceremony the Australian brides still wear the traditional white wedding…


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Communications in Australia

Communications in Australia


Communications Research Unit, Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts. COMMUNICATIONS BEFORE FEDERATION From the earliest days of European settlement in Australia, communication services have been seen as the almost exclusive responsibility of government. For the first decades of British governance no reliable mail service existed on the new continent…


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Australians Aborigines

Australians Aborigines


The forest provides for Bronwyn Munyarryun, who strips off the soft sheathing of a paperbark tree to fashion a bed to be used in a healing ceremony. She lives on the monsoon-swept fringe of Arnhem Land. The Anangu of central Australia call the iconic sandstone monolith Uluru. They believe it was created by their ancestral beings. Europeans dubbed it Ayers Rock in 1873, but…


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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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