Waves of migration

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    Australian Migration history By Brian Nguyen

    The First Fleet is the name given to the eleven ships that came from Great Britain, A total of 1044 people
  • The First Fleet

    The First Fleet is the name given to the eleven ships that came from Great Britain, The ship left from Portsmouth on the 13th of May 1787 and arrived on Botany Bay on the 18th of January 1788, A total of 1044 people; 10 civil officers, 212 marines, including officers, 28 wives and 17 children of the marines, 81 free persons, 504 male convicts and 192 female convicts
    80,000 people had arrived in New South Wales between 1788-1840.
  • Gold Rush

    After the discovery of gold in Bathurst, New South Wales
    The Gold rush attracted thousands of Chinese and European people from their countries
    Searching for fortune while their families stayed back in their country, while they were working in the goldfields
    In March 1851, Victoria’s population was 80,000, not including Aborigines. By 1854 the population tripled to 237,000 and by 1861 it had doubled again to 540,000. The New South Wales gold fields were poorer but the state’s population increased
  • World War 1

    World War 1 meant a virtual cessation of immigration, The Federal Government amended the Commonwealth
    Naturalization Act 1903. This meant that Naturalization would not be granted unless applicants renounced their own nationality, had advertised their intention to become naturalized, The 1920s was a successful decade in terms of net migration gain, More than 300,000 immigrants arrived, two thirds of whom were ‘Assisted’. The majority came from Britain but there was growing interest from Italians
  • Yugoslavian Immigration

    The Yugoslavians (Croatian, Serbian, Slovene, Macedonian: Jugoslavija; Cyrillic: Југославија) started migrating to Australia in1933. From 1961 to 1971, their numbers increased highly since then, which has made our country more diverse
  • World War 2

    After World War 2, Australia created a huge immigration program
    believing it would avoid Japanese invasion 'Australia must populate or perish'
  • Vietnam War

    Due to the Vietnam war between North vietnam, South Vietnam and the United states, People escaped by boat out of vietnam, desperate for a new home
    In 1976 the first boat arrived on Australia carrying refugees
    who have had passed the immigration procedures, by 1981 there had been over 12,000 Vietnamese in Victoria
  • Modern Migration

    People from Pakistan, Serbia, Sudan, Pacific islands, Buma and Asia countries have migrated to Australia were because of natural diasters, war conflict, freedom, educataion, work (money) and a better life. This has highly changed our culture and made it more diverse because of the countries bringing in their food, fashion, etc