These are the earliest human remains yet found in Australia, though precise dating is difficult and debated.They nevertheless appear to confirm that New South Wales was populated some tens of thousands of years before the arrival of the British First Fleet at a time when the climate was far wetter and humans were conducting some of their earliest religious and artistic practices.In the 21st century, the state is the most populous in Australia, and its capital, Sydney is a major financial capital and host to international cultural and economic events.The first people to occupy the area now known as New South Wales were Australian Aborigines.I like most music & listen to it everyday as it soothes my soul. I am a 50 year old woman looking for female and male friends to get together for social outings.If your male aged between 50 to 60 I would be happy for at date. I am a happy go lucky person with a gsoh, I am bbw woman with a heart of gold, i am genuine and honest and live by what I believe in that respect one another.I was born in central Europe and I've been living in Sydney for two years.I enjoy my life here: study, work, gym sometimes:-) I'm looking for friendship.
We can just go out and see what this city has to offer..
Their presence in Australia began around 40,000–60,000 years ago with the arrival of the first of their ancestors by boat from what is now Indonesia.
Their descendants moved south and, though never large in numbers, occupied all areas of Australia, including the future New South Wales.
The Mungo Lake remains indicate occupation of parts of the New South Wales area by Indigenous Australians for at least 40,000 years.
The English navigator James Cook became the first European to map the coast in 1770 and a First Fleet of British convicts followed to establish a penal colony at Sydney in 1788.
Looking for some pen pal to talk about countries, travelling, hobbies, anything could be interesting...