(Pics) Visions of Australian Identity

(Pics) Visions of Australian Identity

The Australia Project's 'Visions' project attempts to capture the country's opinion's and sense of Australian identity.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 12 january 2010

There’s so much space here, its very liberating.

My home town is located nearby to Beijing,
it’s very cramped, there are people everywhere. You never really have any space to yourself.

Dam, 28
Brighton, South Australia


Now so many new people are coming in – like new races coming in – so no longer dominated by the white Australian any more.

People say they’re not racist, but still many people are. They didn’t realise they been racist.

I’ve experienced so many inequality.

Oscar, 34
Adelaide, South Australia


There is a lot of it in Australia and we should be using it! We also have lots of potential to use wind… and geo-thermal energy… and we won’t mention the ‘N’ (nuclear) word… ever.

Name unknown
Adelaide, South Australia

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