一个地方或雕像与人们的某些行为有相似之处。它暗示着一个特定的象征性作品能唤起人们的某些情感。与特定地方的人的领土关系增加了情感的价值。每当人们搬到一个新的地方，建立新的身份时，他们都试图在周围建立边界来保护他们。人们的这种行为往往与他们的生存文化机制有关(摩根，2016年)。一个特殊的纪念碑与过去的概念、过去的事件、重要的理想和记忆有关。这些地方使用的物理心理复合体是相互关联的属性。一个特定地方的社会可解性被发现是源于人们的集体经历。当一个人在一个特定的空间里生活了很长一段时间时，社会的可理解性就会得到发展。这些地方的特性是在社会上传播的，可能会持续数代和文化时期。人类的角色对于定义这个地方有着特殊的意义(Moran,2002)。在个体之间形成了一些纽带，它们构成了个体社会身份的一部分。这个地方的性质被发现是通过世代和文化时期传播的。它可以暗示人们与这个地方有社会交往。当考虑到澳大利亚古典原住民的地方属性时，发现他们有三种类型的组合(Russell & McNiven,1998)。它们是由文化集团、氏族国家和地方地方组成的更大的领土集团。在殖民化之后，土著社区和欧洲后裔社区的人民正在努力共同努力。这导致了澳大利亚人身份的诞生。
A place or statue is a resemblance for enacting certain kinds of behaviour in people. It alludes that a particular symbolic piece could evoke certain emotions in people. The territorial relations of the people with the particular place add to the emotional value. Whenever people move to a new place and establish newer identities, they try to create boundaries around the place to defend them. Such behaviour of the people is often linked to their cultural mechanisms for survival (Morgan, 2016). A particular monument is associated to the notion of the past concepts, past events, important ideals and memories. These places use physical–psychological complexes that are interrelated properties. The social intelligibility of a particular place is found to be originated by the collective experiences of the people. The social intelligibility develops when a person lives in a particular space for prolonged periods of time. The properties of the places are transmitted socially and may stay for many generations and cultural periods. The role of the humans has special significance in defining of the place (Moran, 2002). There are bonds that are formed between the individuals and they constitute a part of the social identity of the individuals. The properties of the place are found to be transmitted through generations and cultural periods. It can be alluded that the people have social interactions with the place. When considering the place properties of the classical Aboriginal Australia, it is found that they had three kinds of grouping (Russell & McNiven, 1998). They are the larger territorial groups that are bonded by the cultural blocs, the clan countries and local places. After the colonization, there are efforts that are taken by the people from indigenous communities and European descent communities to work together. This has led to the creation of the creation of the Australian identity.