The First Fleet arrived in Sydney. they brought basic food supplies, including flour, sugar, butter, rice, pork and beef
Asian food was Introduced
Asian Food was Introduced as well as there were 20 000 Chinese in Australia the Mass of the immigration was introduced after the Second World War in the attempt to bring thousands of people to Australia
Germans settled in the Barossa Valley in South Australia and established vineyards for winemaking
The Chinese arrived and many more followed to work as farmhands on the waterfronts
The Gold Rush had significant numbers of workers relocates to different Areas.
Chinese in Australia
There was 20000 Chinese in Australia, mass immigration was introduced after the Second World War, in the attempt to bring thousands to Australia.
Increase of Wellbeing
The Wellbeing of the Australians had raised and was described as 'riding on the sheep's back' since our economy was driven by the farm exports.
Australia had a strong rural tradition even if people are increasingly choosing to live in the cities.
In 1923 the invented Vegemite was made by a scientist In Melbourne Dr Cyril Callister then after a few years, Australians soon took the tar-like paste to heart.
British and Irish food habits heavily influenced early Australian cuisine until 1950 and Most Australians it was the reminder of there home.
1960 - 1970
Increasing numbers of women in the workforces meant big changes at the family dinner table.