European Impact on the Australian Landscape

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European Impact on the Australian Landscape

WhalingWhaling and sealing stations were first established in 1798. The stations were situated across the coastline of South Eastern Australia including Tasmania. Oil, bones and fur of the wahles and seals were sold to Europe and America.

European impact on Australian landscape

Introduced Species1. Goats2. Sheep3. Cows4. Horses5. Rabbits6. Hogs7. Chickens8. Prickly Pear9. Spanish Reed10. Scotch Thistle 11. Blackberry Bush

LoggingMerchants traded sandle wood, cedar and pine trees that were logged from forests and river beds.

Scotch Thistle

Prickly Pear

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Spanish Reed


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