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Botany Bay (fish tropical gold Trucker Hat
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Botany Bay (fish tropical gold Trucker Hat
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Style: Trucker Hat
  • 100% polyester foam front
  • Wide area to feature your design
  • 100% nylon mesh back keeps you cool
  • Adjustable from 17" to 24"
  • Available in 11 color combinations
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Botany Bay (fish tropical gold
Botany Bay is a bay in Sydney, New South Wales, a few kilometres south of the Sydney central business district. It was the site of a landing by James Cook of HMS Endeavour.*****************In modern times the Bay is chiefly notable for being the site of Kingsford Smith International Airport, Australia's largest. The land around the headlands of the bay is protected as Botany Bay National Park. Also within Botany Bay is Towra Point Nature Reserve.***************Initially the name Stingray Bay was used by Cook and other journal keepers on his expedition, for the stingrays they caught. That name was recorded on an Admiralty chart too. Cook's log for 6 May 1770 records "The great quantity of these sort of fish found in this place occasioned my giving it the name of Stingrays Harbour". However, in his journal (prepared later from his log), he changed to "The great quantity of plants Mr. Banks and Dr. Solander found in this place occasioned my giving it the Name of Botany Bay". ******************************** Captain Arthur Phillip led the First Fleet into the bay on 18 January 1788 to found a penal colony there. Finding that the sandy infertile soil of the site in fact rendered it most unsuitable for settlement, Phillip decided instead to move to the excellent natural harbor of Port Jackson to the north. On 26 January, while still anchored in the bay, the British encountered the French exploratory expedition of Jean-François de La Pérouse. Panicked by the thought that the French might beat them to it, the colonists sailed that afternoon to found a settlement at Sydney Cove. Despite the move, for many years afterward, the Australian penal colony would be referred to as "Botany Bay" in England - and in convict ballads such as Ireland's The Fields of Athenry. The good supply of fresh water in the area led to the expansion of its population in the 19th century. *****************According to the most recent census, Botany Bay has a population of 35,897 (17,735 males and 18,162 females). There were 558 people 1.6% (274 males and 284 females) who identified as being of Indigenous origin. 22.07% of residents are of Southern European decent (Principally Italian and Greek). Eastern/South East Asian and People from Indian Subcontinent make 19.24% of the population, followed by Middle Eastern and Northern African people at 7.17% and Pacific Islanders 2.72%. The three most common languages spoken at home other than English in the 2001 Census were Greek 7.4%, Chinese languages 5.05% and Spanish 4.5%. The median weekly individual income for people aged 15 years and over in the 2001 Census was $300-$399. 49.8% of households have children and 3.5% of the people were in group households.********************The small Mascot Aerodrome at Botany was gradually developed and renamed the Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport in 1953. Port Botany was built in 1930 and is now a container terminal.
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Botany Bay (fish tropical gold Trucker Hat

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Product ID: 148698385603203628
Made on: 7/8/2007 2:46 PM
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