Wai' nyuntu palya?
I am stuffed if I will expect the Anangu of Central Australia and West and North to speak English.
While it might be fair to expect migrants to speak English, I don't think it's fair to expect Anangu and other natives on their country to speak it or even to learn it if they don't feel like it and it's not like we provide enough resources to make it easy for them. I also don't think it fair we expect refugees to speak English on arrival - it's hard to learn a new language when they're trying to kill you back home, but many do speak English.
And being a South Australian, that little ceremony for re-locating convicts from the UK to NSW has not much to do with me. Each state and territory was founded separately, we came together as a commonwealth on January 1, year 1901 and we really ought to celebrate that day as our National Day, not Sydney's special invasion day. And if we want to include the original locals - then maybe the day we gave them the vote and allowed them to become full citizens - 1967 I think it was, there abouts anyway.