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Continent of Australia

In our voluntary efforts as the ambassadors of world peace, unity, and reconciliation; we bring you a summarized coverage of incredible global cultures across regions and continents as our primary task, Vision-2036.

Australia may appear to be the smallest continent but, is one of the largest countries on Earth lies between the Pacific and Indian oceans in the Southern Hemisphere, and is a continent with the Cleanest Air in the World. The culture of the Australian region is primarily a Western culture, originally derived from Britain but also influenced by the unique geography of Australia and the cultural input of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, and other Australian people. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population is historically incredibly diverse in cultural values.

We admire and appreciate the National Reconciliation Day and Week, which is celebrated across Australia each year between 27 May and 3 June. The importance of dates commemorates two significant milestones in the reconciliation journey—the anniversaries of the successful 1967 referendum and the High Court Mabo decision.

Australia is globally famous for its natural wonders, wide-open spaces, beaches, deserts, "The Bush", and "The Outback" which credit the country for its unreserved investment in preserving nature, history, and Heritage. Christianity is the largest and predominantly religious culture in Australia, with a very good percentage of the nationwide population identifying with a Christian denomination.

People in Australia are known for their love of the outdoors, laid-back approach to life, and weekend café culture. As most of Australia's major cities are found along the coastline, many people go to the beach for a swim or to the park for lunch. Café culture is a big part of the lifestyle too.

The most commonly nominated individual lineages as a share of the total population: are English, Australian, Irish, Scottish, Chinese, Italian, German, Indian, Greek, Dutch, and others which are significant evidence of the long-term history and positive Australia’s atmosphere created towards diversity.

As much as English is the national language of Australia, you may also discover that Australians speak around 300 different languages, including many Indigenous languages which make it a land of multicultural. In our efforts, we trust that the world shall explore the wealth of Australia through cultural initiatives and Heritage Tourism.

This is a sacrificial voluntary responsibility for everyone anywhere in the world, to contribute towards peace-building and harmony in adapting to the world of Diversity. Should you, therefore, be interested in partnering with Global Community Transformation to further World Vision-2036, or do you want to work with GCT in your country?

Please send us your email using any of our official contacts, and our staff members will get back to you within a few days.

Your participation is highly treasured!