List Australian immigrants who have become successful or famous?
Some of the most successful Australian immigrants are:
- Frank Lowy
- Harry Triguboff
- Zhenya Tsvetnenko
- Richard Pratt
- Maha Sinnathamby
- John Hemmes
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Answer . According to Pauline Hanson, it "sold the country out". . It has made Australia a multicultural country. This has made people more respective of other's beliefs …and culture.
Famous Australians . Banks, Sir Joseph. Naturalist, explorer. Barton, Sir Edmund. First Prime Minister of Australia. Bird, Nancy. Aviator. Bragg, Sir William Henry. … Nobel Laureate [Xray Crystallography]. Bragg, Sir William Laurence. Nobel Laureate [Xray Crystallography]. Bradman, Sir Donald. Cricketer. Burnet, Sir Frank Macfarlane. Nobel Laureate [Medicine]. Chang, Victor. Heart surgeon. Chifley, Joseph Benedict. Prime Minister. Chisholm, Caroline. Social work with women in early New South Wales. Clarke, Marcus. Writer. Cook, Captain James. Navigator, explorer. Cornforth, John Warcup. Nobel Laureate [Chemistry]. Cowan, Edith. Magistrate, First Female Australian Parliamentarian, Welfare worker. Curtin, John. WW II Prime Minister. Cuthbert, Betty. Olympic Athlete. Dixon, Sir Owen. Jurist, Diplomat. Doherty, Peter Charles. Nobel Laureate [Medicine]. Dorrington, Annie. Australian flag designer [shared]. Dunlop, Sir Edward 'Weary'. Surgeon, POW [WW II]. Eccles, John Carew. Nobel Laureate [Medicine]. Evatt, Dr Herbert Vere. Politician, First President of the United Nations. Everage, Dame Edna. Show business personality. Farrer, William. Agriculture [wheat development]. Flinders, Matthew. Circumnavigated and named Australia.. Florey, Lord Howard. Nobel Laureate, Science/Medicine, [penicillin]. Flynn, The Rev. Doctor John. Founded The Flying Doctor Service. Fraser, Dawn. Olympic swimmer. Frazer, Ian. Immunologist, Florey Medal winner, Australian of the Year. Grainger, George Percy. Musician & Composer. Greer, Germaine. Feminist. Hargrave, Lawrence. Flight, box kites. Helpmann, Sir Robert. Ballet dancer and director. Hinkler, Bert. Aviator; first to fly solo England/Australia. Hollows, Fred. Humanitarian, eye surgery in the Third World as well as Australia. Hughes, William Morris. WW I Prime Minister. Hurley, Frank. Photographer [Antarctic/WW I]. Katz, Sir Bernard. Nobel Laureate [Medicine]. Kelly, Edward [Ned]. Bushranger. Kenny, Elizabeth. Nurse [polio]. Kingsford-Smith, Sir Charles. Aviator; first to fly US/Australia. Lalor, Peter. Rebel [Eureka Stockade], politician. Lawson, Henry. Writer and poet. Lindsay, Norman Alfred William. Artist & writer. Lyons, Dame Enid. First female Federal politician. Macarthur, Elizabeth. Mother of the Australian sheep industry. Macarthur, John. Early agriculturalist. Macquarie, Lachlan. New South Wales Governor, early 1800s. Mawson, Sir Douglas. Antarctic explorer. Melba, Dame Nellie. Opera singer, soprano. Menzies, Sir Robert. Longest serving Prime Minister. Mort, Thomas Sutcliffe. Refrigerated transport. Murdoch, Rupert. Media owner. Nolan, Sydney. Artist [Ned Kelly series]. O'Connor, Charles Yelverton. Engineer, Public Servant, Railways Commissioner [WA]. Oliphant, Sir Mark. Physicist. Parkes, Sir Henry. Father of Federation. Paterson, Andrew Barton. Writer and poet [Waltzing Matilda]. Phillip, Captain Arthur. First Governor of New South Wales colony. Prokhorov, Aleksandr Mikhailovich. Nobel Laureate [Physics]. Ruse, James. Convict, farmer. Sturt, Charles. Inland Explorer. Stuart, John McDouall. Explorer; North/South crossing of Australia. Sutherland, Dame Joan. Opera singer, soprano. Thomas, Andrew. Astronaut. Thorpe, Ian. Olympic swimmer. Tao, Terrence. Fields Medal [Mathematics]. Trumper, Victor. Cricketer. Tucker, Albert. Artist. Wentworth, William Charles. Explorer, politician. White, Patrick. Nobel Laureate [Literature]. Wilkins, Sir Hubert. Polar explorer, War Photographer, explorer. Top of Page â Famous Indigenous Australians . Bandler, Dr Faith. Campaigner for Indigenous rights, writer. Blair, Harold. Singer and Aboriginal activist. Bennelong. Mediator. Bonner, Neville. First Indigenous Senator. Burnum Burnum. [Harry Penrith] Advocate, activist. Dodson, Mick. Advocate, activist, representative, Australian of the Year. Dodson, Patrick. Activist, consultant, representative. Freeman, Cathy. Olympic athlete. Mabo, Eddie. Land Rights campaigner. Mokare. Indigenous guide. Monks, Rosie Kunoth. Film star, nun, social worker. Morgan, Sally. Writer. Namatjira, Albert. Artist. Nicholls, Sir Doug. First Indigenous State Governor, Footballer. Noonuccal, Oodgeroo. [Kath Walker] Poet, artyist, educator, activist. O'Shane, Pat. Magistrate, University Chancellor. Page, Stephen. Dancer, choreographer. Pearson, Noel. Lawyer, activist. Pemulwuy. Indigenous resistance fighter. Perkins, Charles. Activist, sportsman. Ridgeway, Aden. Senator, television presenter. Saunders, Captain Reginald. First Indigenous commissioned army officer. Smith, Shirley. Activist, helper ['Mum Shirl']. Truganini. Tasmanian Aboriginal spokesperson and leader. Unaipon, David. Inventor, spokesman. Yagan. Indigenous resistance fighter. Yindi, Yothu. Musicians. Yunupingu, Mandaway. Musician, teacher, activist.
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There are many more famous Australian people than those in the following list, but here is a selection:. John Batman, founder of Melbourne, was born in Parramatta, Sydney, in… 1801.. Australian politician and the 'Father of Federation', Sir Henry Parkes, was born in Warwickshire, England, on 27 May 1815. He came to Sydney in 1839.. Australian horseman and poet Adam Lindsay Gordon was born on 19 October 1833.. Notorious Australian bushranger Ben Hall was born on 29 April 1837 in Maitland, in the Hunter Valley of NSW.. Explorer and later important politician in Western Australia, John Forrest, was born on 22 August 1847 near Bunbury in Western Australia.. Sir Edmund Barton, first Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia, was born on 18 January 1849, in Sydney, New South Wales.. Ned Kelly, Australia's most famous bushranger, was born in December 1854 in Beveridge, Victoria.. Australian poet and author, Andrew Barton Paterson, or Banjo Paterson, was born on 17 February 1864, near Orange, New South Wales.. Lawrence Hargrave, Australian inventor of the box kite, was born on 29 January 1850 at Greenwich, England, but emigrated to Australia in 1865.. Dame Nellie Melba, Australian operatic singer, was born Helen Porter Mitchell on 19 May 1861 at "Doonside" in the inner Melbourne subrub of Richmond.. One of Australia's best-known writers, Henry Lawson, was born on June 17, 1867, on the Grenfell goldfields in New South Wales.. Norman Lindsay, one of Australia's best-known artists, was born on 22 February 1879 in Creswick, Victoria, Australia.. The man who had and developed the vision of Australia's Flying Doctor Service, Reverend John Flynn, was born on 25 November 1880, in the gold rush town of Moliagul.. Australian Antarctic explorer, Douglas Mawson, was born on 5 May 1882 in Yorkshire, but his family emigrated to Australia in 1884.. Post-war Australian Prime Minister Ben Chifley (Joseph Benedict Chifley) was born on 22 September 1885 in Bathurst, New South Wales. Australia's longest serving Prime Minister, Sir Robert Gordon Menzies, was born in the Victorian town of Jeparit on 20 December 1894.. Australian aviator Charles Edward Kingsford Smith, nicknamed 'Smithy', was born on 9 February 1897 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Mark Webber (around 8 mil) then Casey Stoner would be my guess. The football and rugby players may not bring in that much.
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He became famous by pooping in someones mouth.
Aaron jackson played football for ST Kilda won two brownlow medals in 1967 and 1969. And was bor in england.
Miley Cyrus doesn't really have a great voice that blows us away but its her natural voice that's what were looking for in artists start out on you tube get into talent shows …stars a fame clug or some thing just remember to never give up your dreams
There are many famous Australian Immigrants, but in my opinion, the most famous one would have to be Fran Arnold. Fran worked with Lee de Forrest and developed the first pract…ical way to produce sound film in 1920. This led to the first movie that used sound to advance the plot "The Jazz Singer" in 1927. Fran Arnold worked in the background of may famous "talkies" but starred in the rare film "The virtue of Sheraton". His great life was cut short in 1935 during the filming of what was going to be his greatest work, "The Broken Branch", when a support structure collapsed and a stage light fell upon him.
Hugh Jackman . Steve Irwin . Lleyton Hewitt . Paul Hogan . Kevin Rudd . Ernie Dingo . AB 'Banjo' Paterson . Henry Lawson
They didn't. As a matter of fact they have almost ceased to exist.
It is impossible to assess your chances without knowing you and your talent. You should ask an art teacher who knows you. If you do not have one, you could take evening class…es and be told if you have talent.
because its good :)
She was in some justice magazines and she was on diary of a wimpy Kid she played holly
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Immigration of individuals in not as simple as of birds. When an individual wants to migrate from his nation to any other country he/she must follow various rules and regulati…ons listed by those the immigration officials of those nations. An immigrant must be sure of 1. Why does he want to migrate? 2. What is his destination? 3. Is he/she eligible to migrate? There is no option of illegal immigration (not the one which is official). Those who exercise this option are recognised as "refugee or as aliens". Honestly, it is better to try hard and survive in your own country than be at a foreign land as an illegal immigrant. (It is STRICTLY UNSOLICITED). Success of an immigrant depends on fulfilling all legal criterion and being at a foreign land and achieve what he/she desires to. Success of a nation in receiving immigrants is an altogether different aspect. Canada welcomes immigrants to satisfy its labor needs and so do majority of the other nations. Thus, success of immigrants is at two levels 1st -> To land and settle in a foreign nation after successfully complying with requirements of passport, visa, medical examination and skills test (if applicable), etc. 2nd -> To settle and flourish and let the economy of that nation benefit from your hard work.