Britain colonised Australia.
When the English convicts settled in Australia.
James Cook never settled in Australia. He was sent to explore whether there really was a great southern continent, but he never settled in Australia.
Britain did not invade Australia, Britain colonised and settled Australia.
Captain Cook did not settle in Australia.
Platypuses are native to Australia. Australia was originally settled by convicts, marines and officers from England.
The first state to be settled by Europeans in Australia was New South Wales. It was settled by convicts, marines and officers who arrived with the First Fleet in 1788.
Georgia was originally settled as a debtor's colony, kinda like Australia
on the coast :)
it was when the europeans settled in australia
who discovered australia first
The capital of South Australia is Adelaide, first settled in 1836.
Australia was founded and settled by English-speaking people.
A lot of Irish people were transported to Australia when it was originally settled.
where did the new Zealand settled in Australia
The first colony was established in Australia on 26 January 1788.
All of the states in Australia are first settled by English settlers in one form or another - either as convicts, military or free settlers. New South Wales was the first state to be settled.
Australia was settled for a number of reasons, but the primary reason was that it was settled as a convict outpost for Britain's excess convicts. The first European settlers in Australia were mainly convicts from England, together with the officers and the marines who guarded them. They arrived on the First Fleet, a fleet of eleven ships. Australia was first settled on 26 January 1788, 18 years after James Cook had claimed the east coast for England, under the name of New South Wales.
The first organised selement of Australia by Europeans Came From Britain.