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This article discusses the history of Australia from the arrival of European explorers in the 16th century to the present. For a more detailed discussion of Aboriginal culturesee Australian Aboriginal peoples.
Australia to Early exploration and colonization Early contacts and approaches Prior to documented history, travelers from Asia may have reached Australia.
Likewise, Muslim voyagers who visited and settled in Southeast Asia came within miles km of Australia, and adventure, wind, or current might have carried some individuals the extra distance.
Both Arab and Chinese documents tell of a southern land, but with such inaccuracy that they scarcely clarify the argument. Makassarese seamen certainly fished off Arnhem Landin the Northern Territoryfrom the late 18th century and may have done so for generations.
The Portuguese The quest for wealth and knowledge might logically have pulled the Portuguese to Australian shores; the assumption has some evidential support, including a reference indicating that Melville Island, off the northern coast, supplied slaves. Certainly the Portuguese debated the issue of a terra australis incognita Latin: He and some later Roman Catholic historians saw this as the discovery of the southern land.
More significantly, from some Dutch ships sailing from the Cape of Good Hope to Java inevitably carried too far east and touched Australia: Pieter Nuyts explored almost 1, miles 1, km of the southern coast in —27, and other Dutchmen added to knowledge of the north and west.
Robert Ingpen, National Library of Australia, nla. He then explored the island of New Zealand before returning to Bataviaon Java.
They say we have been here for 40 years, but it is much longer. We have been here since time began We have come directly out of the Dreamtime of our creative ancestors. History and Ethnic Relations Emergence of the Nation. The colonial period from to was characterized by a struggle for control of the area by Spain and Portugal, with minor incursions by the British and French. INTRODUCTION TO AUSTRALIAN CULTURE WHO ARE THE AUSTRALIANS? Presented by Group 1 Amelia Asmi Fauziah Fajrini Nadia Turrahmi M. Septian Haryando Tommi .
The British The Netherlands spent little more effort in exploration, and the other great Protestant power in Europe, England, took over the role. On returning to England, he published his Voyages and persuaded the Admiralty to back another venture.
He traversed the western coast for 1, miles — and reported more fully than any previous explorer, but he did so in terms so critical of the land and its people that another hiatus resulted.
The middle decades of the 18th century saw much writing about the curiosities and possible commercial value of the southern seas and terra australis incognita.
This was not restricted to Great Britain, but it had especial vigour there. The British government showed its interest by backing several voyages. Hopes flourished for a mighty empire of commerce in the eastern seas. This was the background for the three voyages of Captain James Cook on behalf of the British Admiralty.
Cook landed several times, most notably at Botany Bay and at Possession Island in the north, where on August 23 he claimed the land, naming it New South Wales.
National Library of Australia, nla. Marion Dufresne of France skirted Tasmania inseeing more than had Tasman.
In the British navigator George Vancouver traversed and described the southern shores discovered by Pieter Nuyts years before.
Two Britons— George Bassa naval surgeon, and Matthew Flindersa naval officer—were the most famous postsettlement explorers. Together they entered some harbours on the coast near Botany Bay in and Feb 13, · This presentation was made to briefly educate people on the culture of Aboriginal Australian people.
Brief Introduction to Australian Aboriginal Culture Haidarr Jones The History of. Red Centre Dreaming - Traditional Aboriginal Music Site of Central Australia. We are a Southern Arrernte Aboriginal Tribal group whose homelands are situated kms south of Alice Springs in Central Australia.
Culture, Customs and Etiquette. Welcome to our guide to Australia. This is useful for anyone researching Australian culture, customs, manners, etiquette, values and wanting to understand the people better. Australia — History and Culture Save The cities of Australia are renowned for their cultural diversity, however pockets of diaspora are becoming less obvious as Asian, European, Pacific Islander, and African cultures become more .
All Aboriginal sites are significant to Aboriginal people because they are evidence of the past Aboriginal occupation of Australia and are valued as a link with their traditional culture.
An emphasis is placed on the scientific investigation into stone technology for a great deal of insight is obtained by studying the manufacture techniques and. Culture of Australia - history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, customs, family A-Bo.