Who were the first people to arrive in Australia? Who were the first people to arrive in Australia? the first person to arrive in australia was the aborigines but the australians kiked them out
It is uncertain whether the question means the first white people to arrive in Australia, or the first white people to settle in Australia. It is believed that the Portuguese were the first white people to sight the Australian continent, but there are no records remaining within Portugal itself to substantiate the claim. Willem Jansz/Janszoon was a Dutchman who became the first recorded European to step foot on Australia's shores on the western shore of Cape York Peninsula, on 26 February 1606. The first white people to settle in Australia were the convicts and officers who arrived on the First Fleet in January 1788, under the leadership of Captain Arthur Phillip.
It is believed at least 40,000 years ago.
Oral tradition states that the first Greek in Australia was a convict named Damianos Gikas who arrived in 1802, but there are no written records to confirm this. The first Greeks actually documented to arrive in Australia were a group of 7 men from Hydra who were convicted of being pirates: they arrived in Australia in 1828.
The first definitive Europeans to arrive in Australia were the Dutch. Led by navigator Willem Janszoon, the Dutch charted 320 kilometers of the Australian coastline in 1606 CE.
The first horses arrived in Australia on 26 January 1788at Sydney Cove, like many of the introduced stock animals. They were brought on board the First Fleet from the Cape of Good Hope.
Aboriginal people first arrived Australia in 4000 year ago .
The first Italian to arrive and settle in Australia was convict Giuseppe Tuzo, who arrived with the First Fleet in 1788.
by a raft
Horses first arrived in Australia with the First Fleet, in 1788.
The First Fleet arrived in Australia in 1788.
When did the first fleet arriv in Australia
The first people in Australia were the indigenous people, but as they arrived many thousands of years ago, it can only be speculated that they came by canoes and the land bridge that existed across from Asia.
The first European settlers to arrive in Australia were convicts from England, guarded by a large number of marines and officers.
The first British migrants arrived in Australia in 1788.
The people now known as the Aboriginal people of Australia were the first to arrive, but not as long as 70000 years ago.