Do the Noongar have the typical Aboriginal taboo on images of dead people? If so I'm not sure how they'd have an Aboriginal civ; they've scrapped civs before due to objections from the culture being portrayed, and as they contact members of those communities for help with the music etc. I think the Noongar would have had an opportunity to object. We've also been told that Firaxis pays attention to TSL maps in civ selection these days, and two Australasian civs on top of the one we have - one of which would be confined to a landmass without enough tiles for a single city - would be hard to work unless they produce a much larger TSL map option. Hungary of course also doesn't work well with TSL, but that would be an issue with any European civ and it didn't stop them adding Scotland, perhaps the worst-placed of any European civs. Overall these are reasonable selections but I still have a hard time imagining that Civ VI will be 'complete' without Babylon, the last of the Big Twelve from Civ I - just as Civ V wasn't without the Zulu. That and Byzantium would seem to be the only glaring omissions from the roster, though - yes, the Maya and Ethiopia should be there, but I'm not sure either is quite a staple. The civs that don't belong in my view - an Aboriginal civ, the Maori, and a civ led by Bolivar - are popular fan requests, which renders them plausible.