Australia was originally used as a penal colony by the british. If a court determined that a crime committed was not worth the death penalty, by would entail a lengthy incarseration, an option was to send them to Australia, and let them go, and the prisoner would have to find a way to survive.
how did the explores people treat the indigenous people
Cause Australia has black people
Britain did not invade Australia, Britain colonised and settled Australia.
Australia did not take over Britain. Britain actually took over Australia originally and formed colonies on that continent. Later, the Australian people moved away from British rule.
Easy answer, Yes. Australia and Britain were/are allies as Britain was once seen as a "Mother Country" and promised to always help Australia if they were ever introuble, as did Australia for Britain.
Most of the people that came to Australia were from Britain and came to escape the poverty and inequality that was a halmark of life in Britain.
Australia has not lost Britain as an ally.
When it is Autumn in Britain it is Spring in Australia.
The settled people in Australia have the closest historic relationship to Britain. The indigenous population, New Zealand.
The Britain took over Australia in 1770.
No . . . Australia is a loyal ally to Great Britain.
Australia is a colony of Britain.
The first people sent to colonise Australia were convicts and the officers and marines sent to supervise them.
The people living in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wals, Australia and Newzeland
Because Queen Elisabeth II is Queen of Great Britain and Queen of the Commonwealth countries, which include Australia and Nanavut among others.
Yes, at this time Australia was a British penal colony. Britain shipped convicts/criminals to Australia.
Britain-Australia Society was created in 1971.
James Cook claimed Australia for Great Britain.
Britain started colonising the continent of Australia in 1788.
No. The platypus is native to Australia. There have never been platypuses in Britain.
Ha! No way! They took it out of greed. Took advantage of the few people there.
Britain colonised Australia.
Convicts, vagabonds.. but primarily convicts, as Australia was originally used as a penal colony.
because Australia loved following Britain around