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Australia:
 
Located in south of the World, between Indian and South Pacific oceans, proudly stands this large (Area 7.7 million sq km) country of 21 million inhabitants. It’s a land of deserts and fertile farms, camping sites and modern metropolis, aborigines and migrants, kangaroos and horses. It’s a robust economy with egalitarian society. It’s a wonderland visited by millions every year and inhabited by increasing number of migrants all around the world.  
 
Australians:
 
Australia is a unique blend of established traditions and new influences. The country's original inhabitants are the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Having lived here for 40,000 to 60,000 years, they have of one of the world's oldest cultural traditions.

 Migrants have contributed greatly to almost every aspect of Australian life, from business to the arts, from cooking to comedy and from science to sport and helped form a tolerant, prosperous, informal, and egalitarian society. 

 Australian values:

All Australians have the right to express their culture and beliefs and to participate freely in Australia's national life while respecting the Australian law.

Everyone is expected to uphold the principles and shared values that represent and support Australia's way of life. These include dignity and freedom of individuals, freedom of speech and religion, democracy, equality, and respect of law.

 An egalitarian society:

Australia is an egalitarian society. Although everyone does not have exactly equal wealth or property, there is no class distinction in the society. Hard work and commitment are the main recipe for upward movement in the society. All Australians have the right to be respected and treated fairly.

 
Language:

English is the national language of Australia and an important unifying element of society. Other spoken languages include, but are not limited to Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Vietnamese and Mandarin, Hindi/Urdu. Australian people speak more than 200 languages, including Indigenous Australian languages.

 
Religion and Beliefs:

Although Christianity is the religion associated with majority of Australians, there is no official state religion and people are free to practise any religion or belief they choose. Most of the major religions are practiced peacefully by Australians, while obeying the law.


Sports:

Australians are sport loving nation. Australia is ranked amongst top nations in Cricket, Cycling, Swimming, Hockey, Tennis, Golf, and many other sports. According to a national survey, more than 11 million Australians aged 15 or over participated at least once a week in physical activity for exercise, recreation and sport. The 10 most popular physical activities are walking, aerobics/fitness, swimming, cycling, tennis, golf, running, bushwalking, football and netball. Other popular sporting activities include Australian football, rugby, hockey, basketball, baseball, car racing, horse racing, sailing and snow skiing.


Clothing:

Australians wear formal and suitable clothing at workplaces and formal occasions. However, a wide range of casual clothing is normally seen outside varying according to climate. Clubs, movie theatres and other places require people to dress in neat, clean clothes and wear appropriate footwear. Australia does not have an official national dress.

 

 
 
 
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The Colours of Australia
All Australians have the right to express their culture and beliefs and to participate freely in Australia's national life while respecting the Australian law. Everyone is expected to uphold the principles and shared values that represent and support Australia's way of life. These include dignity and freedom of individuals, freedom of speech and religion, democracy, equality, and respect of law.
Significance of 05 Nov 2011
This date is important for International students in Australia planning to live beyond their student visa with full work rights. Graduate Visa, subclass 485, is the popular way followed after completion of Australian study. Students, who applied for their first Student Visa before 05 Nov 2011, can only avail Graduate Work stream of this visa and need to have their occupation listed in Skilled Occupation List.
 
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