http://www.earlyamericancrime.com/co...alian-solution ( for Fourpart) "The first fleet of 11 ships carrying 548 male and 188 female convicts set sail from England to Australia on May 3, 1787. These convicts faced very different experiences from their American cousins when they landed and were put to work in a penal colony in Botany Bay. Convicts sent to America were never placed in a penal colony and instead were generally sold off to private plantation owners. Convicts sent to Australia, on the other hand, were under much tighter control. They fell under the direct supervision of the government and were subject to convict discipline, including the use of chain gangs, convict barracks, slop clothing, and forced labor. They could not buy their freedom, as convicts shipped to America could. Convict servants in America were essentially treated like indentured servants, so they could basically blend in with the general population. In Australia, convicts and indentured servants were distinct. "
AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia | Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
Spot your comment about those who did damage to the aboriginals didn't have Oxford Recieved but used Strine is kinda funny. If you delve into the American link I have linked to there's a small quote from a past king. I'm not sure about your latin but I'm pretty sure Terra Nullus is self explanatory when it came to the indigenous of Australia. ( the official line from those who don't speak strine but noble businessmen, scientists and royalty.)