Ancient Australia: world’s first nation of innovators

Ancient Australia: world’s first nation of innovators
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Ancient Australia: world’s first nation of innovators

Ancient Australia: world’s first nation of innovators

This view slowly began to change with the discovery that Australia had in fact been occupied for tens of thousands of years. The unearthing of the Mungo Lady and Mungo Man at the Willandra Lakes in southwest New South Wales during the 1970s showed that people had been here for close to 40 thousand years.
But this was just the first in a series of discoveries and rethinks that would come to show the continent’s Indigenous people were truly pioneers in the global (collective) journey of humankind.
The ‘Innovation Nation’, the Prime Minister hopes we will become, began with these ancient Australians, and they racked up a large number of cultural world ‘firsts’, which we should all recognise and celebrate.
Here are just a four examples that show Australia was the world’s first Innovation Nation.

Read the full article on The Conversation

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