I Was Born In Australia

I was. Were you? 28 People

    Today is Australia Day.

    It's like your 4th July. I hope that one, it will be thought if the same way. This is the day when we all say " Happy Australia Day to others living here. I was very disappointed earlier today while having a Coffee . I said it to a person I know , when someone nearby said " you...
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    Jan 25, 2014

    Australian Birth...Broken Nationality...

    I love being Australian, we are great people. I am sad that I have to leave my homeland and the great Melbourne (Rock Capital of Oz) due to the fact I can not physically access the environment and lack of sexua, occupational and physical right to an "equal" life. Wake...
    TheRealWoman TheRealWoman
    31-35, F
    1 Response Feb 2, 2009

    Living in Australia is an opportunity

    that thousands of people want to take a chance at and they voluntarily leave their country of origin to start a new life here. Most will formally fill in the proper documents and adhere to the requirements of Australian immigration laws. Some however, are so desperate to leave...
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    1 Response Feb 23, 2016

    Born In the "Great Southern Land"

    I count myself a very fortunate person to have been born in Australia. I sometimes think that we Aussies take what we have for granted- we have generally a very good way of life. We are free to say what we like (in the right forums of course) and so many opportunities that we...
    AnimaliaAustralis AnimaliaAustralis
    22-25, F
    6 Responses Feb 1, 2009
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