What were New Zealand and Australia for the British?
What were New Zealand and Australia for the British
Australia and New Zealand are both members of the British Commonwealth of Nations (CN).
Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Ireland were all once part of the British Empire, as they were British colonies. Australia, New Zealand and Canada are now all members of the Commonwealth of Nations. Ireland is not a member of the Commonwealth of nations.
Both Australia and New Zealand were established as colonies of Great Britain. They were outposts in the South Pacific, lands to be used for their resources, and to promote the British Empire.
The British Empire.
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Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Kenya. Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India and Jamaica.
The British colonised both Australia and New Zealand, following James Cook's favourable reports on both places.
New Zealand was never a state of Australia. New Zealand was briefly (for one year: 1840) a dependency of the colony of New South Wales in Australia, but this was before either New Zealand or Australia were regarded as separate nations. The Commonwealth of Australia was established in 1901. New Zealand declined to become a member, and became a British Dominion in 1907.
New Zealand Faught alongside Australia During WW2 on the side of the British.
Australia and New Zealand did, but the UK did not.
The British Empire.
The British colonies of Canada, Australia, and New Zealand were first settled as penal colonies. Those who committed crimes, such as theft, risked being transported to these countries.
Australia was part of the British Empire, so as Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.
NO. New Zealand is an independent country located East of Australia. It is a self governing democracy, and a member of the British Commonwealth.
No. ANZAC stands for the Australian New Zealand Army Corps, so it is only for the soilders from Australia and New Zealand.
Australia is an Allie to the british, so when the british went to war Australia and other countries like russia, new zealand and France got dragged in.
Britain let Australia and New Zealand represent them.
They were once all part of the British empire
No. Their national flags are similar but they are completely separate countries. Australia is the only place in the world which is both a country and a complete continent, and New Zealand is not part of any continent. New Zealand and Australia are separated by the Tasman Sea. New Zealand is sometimes referred to as part of Australasia, or Oceania, neither of which are continents, but a geographic or regional groups of countries. It is… Read More
No, Australia discovered New Zealand.
New Zealand is southeast of Australia.
No, Japan is north of Australia and New Zealand.
Both Australia and New Zealand were once British colonies They are both within the region of Australasia and Oceania (neither of which are continents) Both have very unique wildlife (marsupials in Australia and birds in New Zealand) Both countries have English as their official language
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The United Kingdom administered both New Zealand and the Australian colonies. Both were part of the British Empire.
Australia and New Zealand are two separate countries.
No. Australia and New Zealand are different countries.
New Zealand is southeast of Australia on the map. Find Australia and you will find New Zealand.
Aside from Great Britain? Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
New Zealand and Australia are not kingdoms; they are parliamentary democracies.
No. New Zealand is a separate country East of Australia
In Australia we consider New Zealand to be another country.
Australia is a lot closer to New Zealand.
Yes, New Zealand is a close neighbour of Australia.
No, New Zealand is not a part of Australia. I know this because New Zealand wouldn't have a capital if it were part of Australia. though, New Zealand is part of Oceania, which, includes Australia, and many other islands far and near between them. New Zealand and Australia are different countries and are separated by the Tasman Sea.
Lieutenant James Cook (not yet a captain) claimed both New Zealand and theeast coast of Australia for England, even though he was not the original discoverer of either land.
New Zealand and Australia are very similar in the ways that they are both English speaking countries, housing and living are very much the same, they were both founded by the british, the main religions are the same. Also if you are a New Zealand citizen you are able to live in Australia and work in Australia without any working visa or citizenship, and vice versa.
Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
The NZ fought in the British Empire and with Australia.
i lived in new zealand for 12 years and then moved to Australia. the Australian dollar is worth more than the new zealand dollar. new zealand has much more hills/ mountains because it is on a faultline (earthquakes) and Australia is not. Julia gillard is Australia's first female prime minister. new zealand had a female prime minister, Helen clark, years ago. New zealand is about the length of the Northern Territory in Australia. Australia is… Read More
no new zealand is not in Australia whoever asked that question is a dimwit 1 they spelt Australia wrong and 2 its pretty obvios that new zealand is not in Australia
New Zealand was part of the British Empire. Britain delcared war on Germany in August 1914. New Zealand, along with Australia participated vastly in the Balkins Campaign in Galipoli.
In regards to European colonisation, the British were the ones who both settled and colonised Australia and New Zealand, following Lieutenant (later Captain) James Cook's favourable reports on both places.
There are no significant islands between Australia and New Zealand.
where did the new Zealand settled in Australia
new zealand is on it own about 3hours flight from Australia
Australia is very large in area relative to New Zealand.
The Tasman Sea separates New Zealand from Australia.
There were several purposes for which the British used the colonies they established in New Zealand and Australia. Both colonies were outposts in the South Pacific, providing a presence indicating the power and extent of the British Empire. Both lands were to be used for their resources, with he intention of developing them into self-sufficient colonies that would also provide products for Great Britain. Australia was also used as a convict colony, but New Zealand… Read More