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The first British migrants arrived in Australia in 1788.
The English migrants moved to Australia because some of them had to. The English were sending prisoners and convicts to Australia as a way of punishment.
Italian migrants arrived soon after the First Fleet.
With German migrants.
they travilled by plane
Migrants may settle anywhere in Australia they want to, but they tend to settle where there are employment opportunities, or often within their own cultural communities.
Ships moved most migrants after WW 2.
The First Fleet brought the first English migrants, or settlers, to Australia on 26 January 1788. These were the convicts, officers and marines, and their families.
The first English migrants to Australia were convicts, officers and marines (and their families), who arrived with the First Fleet on 26 January 1788.
Many migrants arrived in Australia in 1942 to escape the ravages of war in Europe. Although Australia was also at war, and Darwin was bombed many times by the Japanese, the effects of war in Australia were minimal compared to the effects in Europe.
No, the USA does. But Australia is the 11th country in the world with the largest amount of migrants.
by boat, but nowadays they come in planes
To use for slaves
If you mean are THERE Irish migrants, then yoe they came to Australia in the 18 hundreds because of poverty famine and bad living situations.
How do migrants become citizens?
well. people constantly tell them to go home....
Because they love Australia, it's a tropical place in northern parts. Unless they're migrants.
Australia, Canada, and the United States are all considered "traditional countries of immigration If that's what u mean
They first arrive at New South Wales in Holland in 1788. However, Portuguese, Dutch, and Chinese migrants had been exploring and living in Australia for over 300 years before the First Fleet(1788).