Presuming this question to refer to how the Australian Aborigines lived prior to European settlement, and for some decades afterwards: They were hunters and gatherers. The men hunted animals, while the women and children gathered fruits, seeds, nuts, plants, yams, etc. If they lived by rivers or along the coasts, the men also fished and the women gathered shellfish.They had utensils for preparing the food, and they were skilled in using otherwise inedible parts of… Read More
Aborigines live in houses, just like everyone else. There are some who prefer to live a more traditional nomadic life in the country, and use traditional shelters and methods. Aborigines who live in very remote areas often have health problems, as hospitals and treatment are far away. This is one of the challenges for Australia.
Aboriginals lived a very healthy lifestyle before the Eurpoeans arrived in Australia. It's often been said that the settlers wouldn't have starved so often if only they'd paid more attention to how the natives lived.They had high levels of exercise due to their lifestyle - hunting and gathering, seasonal nomadic movements, etc. The Aboriginals had a diet that was very nutritous, including native vegetables, fruits, berries, grubs, roots, flowers, etc. and of course fresh meat… Read More