As the time passed by, the Multicultural policy changed its motive to confirm the rights of migrants within main Australian community to follow their own cultures and beliefs and maintain their own cultural identities. According to a report in 2005 of The Department of Immigration and Multicultural affairs in Australia, it was said that 25% of Australian population are foreign nationals or are the ones who were born outside Australia and 40% people are those who’s one parent was born outside Australia (Tabard, 2009). The Multicultural policy of Australian government focuses on three main areas: cultural identity, social justice and economic efficiency of the citizens of Australia. The overseas born nationals of Australia as per 2011 census comprise of 26% of Australian population and from them 80% individuals are living in capital cities of Australia (Dwyer, 2010). Cultural integration can only be possible if the government and different communities of the country work on the improvement of community services for all the citizens of the country so that they feel they are valued and are a part of the nation and this can only be done by eliminating all the problems of the community with consideration to the needs of diverse community. One fabulous example of cultural integration is the city of ‘Cabramatta’ in south-west Sydney. The negative perception made by media promotion of multicultural communities can be eliminated or reduced by celebrating and promoting cultural integration in local festivals and public seminars etc. The Australian multicultural policy has aims to foster respect for all religions and cultures by all citizens of Australia (Jakubowicz, 2009).