Why did people from all around the world come to New South Wales and Victoria in 1851?
In which year did the ‘First Fleet’ arrive from Great Britain?
From which part of Australia, did Aboriginal people come?
What is an important part of Australia’s national identity?
As you pledge loyalty to Australia and its people, you must understand which of the following
Which was the First colony established by the British was
Why did the British Government transport convicts to Australia in 1788?
From which country did the first 11 convict ships arrive on 26 January 1788?
Who was on the first 11 ships from Great Britain on 26th January 1788?
How do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders express their deep connection with the land?
From where did early free settlers in Australia come?
In which year the ‘gold rush’ began when gold was discovered in the colonies of New South Wales and Victoria.
Who was the first Governor of the colony of New South Wales?
When did Aboriginal people arrive in Australia?
Who were the first settlers from Great Britain who arrived on 26 January 1788?
First 11 convict ships arriving from Great Britain on 26 January 1788 are known as
Who has the oldest continuous cultures and traditions in the world?
Who is guiding the people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders?
How many ships first arrived from Great Britain on 26 January 1788?
______________ heritage had a major influence on Australia’s recent history, culture, and politics.
Who are the first inhabitants of Australia?
What kind of developed nation is Australia?
From which islands, did Torres Strait Islander people come?
In the Australian Citizenship ceremony, you pledge your loyalty to
Which were the colonies, where gold was discovered in 1851?
What is the belief system of Aboriginal people regarding their existence?
On which date did the first 11 convict ships known as the ‘First Fleet’ arrive from Great Britain?
Which was the first large group of migrants not from Europe, to arrive in 1851?
In how many years, has Australia’s population become more than doubled at the time of the ‘gold rush’?