Some articles on australians, native australian, native:
... In the 1970s non-indigenous Australians began to recognise the previously overlooked native Australian foods ... In the late 1970s horticulturists started to assess native food-plants for commercial use and cultivation ... In the mid-1980s several Sydney restaurants began using native Australian ingredients in recipes more familiar to non-indigenous tastes - providing the first opportunity for bushfoods to be tried by non-indige ...
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“Each Australian is a Ulysses.”
—Christina Stead (19021983)
“Formerly, when lying awake at midnight in those woods, I had listened to hear some words or syllables of their language, but it chanced that I listened in vain until I heard the cry of the loon. I have heard it occasionally on the ponds of my native town, but there its wildness is not enhanced by the surrounding scenery.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)