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Australia has six states, two major mainland territories, and other minor territories.
In according to world bank Australia had just over The largest inland city is Canberrawhich is also the nation's capital. The largest city is Sydney. Only the areas around the east, west and south coast have enough rain and a suitable climate not too hot for many farms and cities.
Aboriginal people[ change change source ] Photograph of Arrernte men of Central Australia in a Corroboree in The Australian Aboriginal people arrived in Australia about 50, years ago or even earlier. They lived in all sorts of climates and managed the land in different ways.
An example of Aboriginal land management was the Cumberland Plain where Sydney is now. Every few years the Aboriginal people would burn the grass and small trees. Kangaroos like to live on grassy plains, but not in forests. The kangaroos that lived on the plain were a good food supply for the Aboriginal people.
Sometimes, Aborigines would name a person after an animal, and they could not eat that animal to help level out the food population. Aboriginal people did not usually build houses, except huts of grass, leaves and bark. They did not usually build walls or fences, and there were no horses, cows or sheep in Australia that needed to be kept in pens.
The only Aboriginal buildings that are known are fish-traps made from stones piled up in the river, and the remains of a few stone huts in Victoria and Tasmania. In some parts of Australia the people used sharp flaked-stone spearheads, but most Aboriginal spears were made of sharply pointed wood.
Australia has a lot of trees that have very hard wood that was good for spear making. The boomerang was used in some areas for sport and for hunting.
The Aboriginal people did not think that the land belonged to them. They believed that they had grown from the land, so it was like their mother, and they belonged to the land. Terra Australis[ change change source ] In the s, Dutch merchants traded with the islands of Batavia now Indonesiato the north of Australia and several different Dutch ships touched on the coast of Australia.
Its name was later changed to honour the man who discovered it. The British Government was sure that there must be a very large land in the south, that had not been explored. The voyage of discovery was very successful, because they found New Zealand and sailed right around it.
Then they sailed westward. At last, a boy, William Hicks, who was up the mast spotted land on the horizon. Captain Cook named that bit of land Point Hicks. At last they sailed into a large open bay which was full of fish and stingrays which the sailors speared for food.
Joseph Banks and Dr. Solander went ashore and were astonished to find that they did not know what any of the plants or birds or animals that they saw were.
They collected hundreds of plants to take back to England. Captain Cook saw the Aboriginal people with their simple way of life. He saw them fishing and hunting and collecting grass seeds and fruit.
But there were no houses and no fences. In most parts of the world, people put up a house and a fence or some marker to show that they own the land.Learning Outcomes.
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