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Australian Federation

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A brief summary of the Federation process in Australia.

A brief summary of the Federation process in Australia.

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  • 1. Australian Federation By Katie, Chloe, Grace and Tzigane.
  • 2. Some Facts
    • Six colonies formed Australia: New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.
    • They tried to bring Federation in the 1850’s and 1860’s but there was no popular support for it.
  • 3.
    • Australia became a Federation on 1 st January, 1901.
    • Fiji and New Zealand were originally going to be part of the Federation, but they both decided not to.
    • Sir Edmund Barton was the first Prime Minister for Australia.
    • Australia is the biggest island that is also the one country. It is the smallest continent.
    More Facts
  • 4. Pictures

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