Australia has been represented by 51 Indigenous athletes at the Summer Olympic Games and by one Indigenous athlete at the Winter Olympic Games.
Find out all the answers to those Australian Olympic Team Questions which play on your mind.
Australia has competed in every single modern Olympic Games since the first Olympics held in Athens, in 1896, but Australia's first Olympic Flagbearer didn't make his debut until London 1908, competing alongside trans-tasman neighbours, New Zealand.
Although Australia's Olympic Opening Ceremony flagbearing history began in 1908, it wasn't until 1964 that the Aussies had their first summer Olympic Closing Ceremony flagbearer.
The Australian Olympic Committee is the National Olympic Committee responsible for developing, promoting and protecting the Olympic Movement in Australia.