That answer makes me laugh .
Culturally diverse was the question asked in the suburb of Scarborough 4020... Well we own a home in Scarborough and in our block of 10 neighbours per side we have 1 family of 4 renting who are Australian born, next to them is a family of 7 from Egypt, next to them is a family o 5 that are Maori (NZ) funnily enough next to them is a french person, next to her is a family o 4 who are british married kiwi with Aussie kids, by them is a Chinese/ Aussie family then a Greek lady... I think that's alot of culture on 1 side. Now cross over and we have a dutch family, next to a family mix of swiss married New Zealander with Aussie kids, then there's a 4th gen Aussie family of 3, then us.. Maori x Turkish/Aussie with Aussie kids, next to me is PNG married Tasmanian with 3 Aussie kids, by them is a Tongan family with 3 Tongan born kids and 4 Aussie kids.. by them is an Italian family of 6 then there is a south African family.. don't know bout you but I reckon that's SPOT THE AUSSIE BAHAHAHAHA.. I hope this can answer you question as to culture diversity.. A suburb of Brisbane can't even compare to any Capital you egg. All cities are more diverse than a suburb but really you need to open your eyes a little... Just st cause someone's white don't mean they were born here.
Scarborough is less culturally diverse than the rest of Australia.
- 68% of residents in Scarborough were born in Australia (compared to 66% nationally)
- 52% of residents in Scarborough had both their parents born in Australia (compared to 47% nationally)
This is also evidenced by a lack of cultural events like in inner-city suburbs or Sydney/Melbourne.