That date is now Australia’s national day: Australia Day.
On the basis of research at the Nauwalabila I and Madjedbebe archaeological sites in the Northern Territory, however, some scientists have claimed that early humans arrived considerably sooner, perhaps as early as 65,000 to 80,000 years ago.
That conclusion is consistent with the argument made by some scholars that the migration of anatomically modern humans out of Africa and adjacent areas of Southwest Asia to South and Southeast Asia along the so-called Southern Route predated migration to Europe.
In general, it is believed that all Aborigines are related to one migration into Australia.
A minority of scholars however, suggests that there were three waves of migration into the continent.
The dingo, a type of wild dog, appeared in Australia only 5,000 to 3,000 years ago, which postdates the time that Aboriginal people began hafting small stone implements into composite tools some 8,000 years ago.
Whereas the dingo was introduced from Southeast Asia, the small implements appear to be independent inventions from within Australia.Some of their culture is being used all over the world. It originally came from Aboriginal, they used to use it for hunting animals. Now they start to design it in many different styles. They live based on a kinship regulates the whole social life of the aboriginals. They lived different than us they all have stages in which they group with.In every nation the important thing to them is there culture. The biggest thing that causes the loss of their culture is the invasion of the European and also the convicts from the war. And told them to used the European culture instead of using their own.However, most now accept that there was a wide range of variation in pre-European populations.It has also been argued that one group on the Murray River practiced a form of cosmetic cranial deformation that led to their different appearance.By about 35,000 years ago all of the continent had been occupied, including the southwest and southeast corners (Tasmania became an island when sea levels rose sometime between 13,500 and 8,000 years ago, thus isolating Aboriginal people who lived there from the mainland) as well as the highlands of the island of New Guinea.Archaeological evidence suggests that occupation of the interior of Australia by Aboriginal peoples during the harsh climatic regime of the last glacial maximum (between 30,000 and 18,000 years ago) was highly dynamic, and all arid landscapes were permanently occupied only roughly 10,000 years ago.Some have posited that Aboriginal cultures have one of the longest deep-time chronologies of any groups on Earth.1 History 1.1 Origin 1.1.1 Indigenous people of Australia Aborigines have been in Australia for at least 40 000 years, with a possible range of up to even 125 000 years, but the oldest human remains found so far, were only 40 000 years old.This finding raises questions regarding the traditional viewpoint that presents Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples as perhaps unique in the degree of contrast between the complexity of their social organization and religious life and the relative simplicity of their material technologies.(For a discussion of the names given to the Indigenous peoples of Australia, It is generally held that Australian Aboriginal peoples originally came from Asia via insular Southeast Asia (now Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, East Timor, Indonesia, and the Philippines) and have been in Australia for at least 45,000–50,000 years.