Australian Culture

References

The primary author of this profile was Nina Evason (2016), with the Religion section authored by Chara Scroope (2019).

 

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  • McCrindle. (2013). Church Attendance in Australia [Infographic]. Retrieved from http://www.mccrindle.com.au/the-mccrindle-blog/church_attendance_in_australia_infographic.
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