True Australia Carrie Babmonte Analysis

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True Australia Where do you find it? Carrie Bamonte discovers the beauty of Flinders Ranges, and explains why it is where the real Australia can be found. Where is the best place to find real Australian culture? Contrary to popular belief, capital cites such as Sydney, do not truly reflect what Australia is all about. These urbanised places are becoming increasingly westernised and do not make a true representation of the traditional Australian culture. In fact, to experience true Australian culture, one needs to find a place where the people can tell stories of our country’s history, places that embrace our culture and our values. And frankly, this is probably best achieved in the bush. Australia’s remote inland areas, commonly referred to as the ‘outback’, play…show more content…
“he sees the vision splendid of the sunlit plains extended, and at night the wond’rous glory of the everlasting stars.” So what has caused this decline in remote area population? Many stereotypes and preconceived ideas of the bush have definitely played a major role. But I think the most important thing for Australians to realise, is Rocking carvings by the Adnyamathanha tribe at Flinders Ranges that the outback has not died. Flinders Ranges is an excellent example of one of the many communities that eat, breathe and sleep Australian culture. Flinders Ranges is a place that reminds us of our original inhabitants, whilst impressing visitors with break taking scenery. In the dictionary, the outback is defined as a remote rural part of the country. But in reality, it is so much more. It is the area which empitomises true Australian living, it is where the real Australians are found, and it is a place that reminds us what it means to be

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