Culture Of Australia

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Australian sporting culture

Australian sporting culture


Either as participants or as fans, team sport provides one of the best opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds to come together. Fortunately, with four codes of professional football, three varieties of professional cricket, professional basketball, semi-professional baseball and semi-professional netball, Australia has arguably the most diverse professional sporting…


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What is cultural diversity in Australia?

What is cultural diversity in Australia?


FEATURE ARTICLE 2: AUSTRALIA S CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY In addition to our rich Indigenous cultures, Australia is a nation built on the migrant experience and consequently is one of the most diverse countries in the world. In this, the United Nations declared International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures, Australian society is a microcosm of the entire world…


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Australian Indigenous tribes

Australian Indigenous tribes


AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL TRIBES Recorded information on most Australian indigenous tribal groups is very limited. The following list is only to be regarded as introductory. For more specific information consult the sources listed below. New South Wales: Awabagal The territory of the Awabagal covered the area between the Hunter River and Tuggerah Lakes, NSW, including Lake Macquarie…


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Social and cultural groups in Australia

Social and cultural groups in Australia


CALD groups comprise a significant proportion of Australia s population. Currently, 31% of Australians were born overseas and, of these, about two-thirds were born in non-English speaking countries (Australian Bureau of Statistics [ABS], 2007). For consistency in this paper, CALD families refer to those born, or who have at least one parent born overseas, but the difficulty…


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Australian tribes

Australian tribes


Sanatana Dharma spread far and wide throughout the world. Middle east, Europe, Africa, Latin America, Americas, England, Sweden, Arctic, Russia, Iran, Burma, Indonesia, Japan, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Fiji, Polynesian Islands, New Zealand and Australia. A group led by Shiva and Ganesha left from the South of India and traveled to Arctic through the middle east, Europe, Africa…


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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 of the world are practiced in Australia, demonstrating its cultural diversity…


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