A new documentary shows just how racist Australia is - and it's bad.
Footage was captured for the SBS show Is Australia Racist, and displays the racial hatred of the Aussie public.
In one incident, a Muslim woman was subjected to an expletive-filled tirade over her clothes.
A man confronts her and begins interrogating her over why she's wearing a niqab.
"Well, why don't you dress like other Australians. They dress with a f*** face! Where's your f***ing face?" he asks.
"What are you hiding from? F**** Allah?"
He then tells her to "f*** off".
The woman, a 22-year-old law student called Rahila, moved to Australia from Afghanistan six years ago, and said this was the first time she'd worn a niqab.
She agreed to be filmed for the documentary.
"At that moment I was so shocked I didn't know how to react," she says,
"I did feel traumatised. I didn't imagine that level of hate."
A survey from Western Sydney University on race and prejudice was done for the documentary - and made some shocking findings.
Muslim women said that 77 percent of them had been the victim of racism on the street or on public transport.
Nearly a third said they had suffered racism in an educational facility.
Almost half of indigenous Australians said they had experienced racism while attending sporting events.