The first European settlers arrived to Australia in 1788.
1788, Australian were inhabited by some people called Aboriginals, they were about 300 000 people.
Australia slowly separated from south East Asia between 6000-8000 years ago, that turning Australia to island continent.
The aboriginals moved from one area to another when food became scarce. They gathered fruit, nuts, grubs and termites to eat, and hunted kangaroos and emus with stone-tipped spears.
With the coming of the European settlers, the way of life of the Aboriginals changed dramatically. Many of them were driving from their lands.