How Did Culture Change Australia

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Australia is the only country in the world that is additionally the oldest continent of them all. This country/continent is known for it’s animals, landmarks, and monuments such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Sydney Opera House, the Outback, kangaroos, etc. The indigenous people of Australia are known to have the longest continuous history of any group of humans. Not only is Australia a democracy, but it has a queen, a parliament system, and more as well. Australia additionally have a very open market with minimal restrictions on imports of goods and services. Now, it contrasts even more than it used to be. Australia has a long history of their people, they are run by several different forms of governments, and they’re very spacious in the trading community with worthy value, but throughout time the country of Australia has changed in diverse ways. …show more content…

There were over 500 different clan groups or 'nations ' around the continent, many with distinctive cultures, beliefs and languages. Although the majority of people there were born in Australia, more than 75% of Australia’s population have ancestries other than Australian. It used to have another name as well, there was a man named Matthew Flinders who had proposed to brand Terra Australis for this continent in 1804, only leaving the western portion as “New Holland”. But they ended up calling it Australia because that is what they referred to it as and it is latin for “south”. One more thing people do not know about Australia is that it believes in Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, and Judaism other than Christianity. Buddhism also represents 2.5% of the non-Christian religion, which is the largest non-Christian religion out of all four of them. However Islam is 2.2% of the non-Christian population making it the second largest non-Christian religion. On that note let’s go onto the next paragraph to discuss matters of

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