This post is all about the More Things – Decimal currency (dollars and cents) was introduced in Australia on 14 February 1966.
This page is about Australian slang, including sayings and definitions for some of the words unique to, or most commonly used in, Australia.
Do you know what is the difference between Australian time slangs and American time slangs? This article will help you understand these differences and give you a list of Australian time slangs in English.
Mates, there is no place like home; and no place cozier than a good, safe, secure home. The great Aussie dream that owning a house with a backyard on a plot of half a hectare.…Continue Reading
“Australia is discovering the culinary culture of hunter-gatherers who arrived 60,000 years ago, with key health benefits.” Mates, historically, the Aborigines were hunters and gatherers of the outback, and a small portion remained with this…Continue Reading
A vast country of 7.6 million km, but with only 23 million inhabitants, Australia is a country where the automobile is essential to cover immense distances. The fleet reflects the geography of the country! We…Continue Reading
G’ day mates! How ya going? Do you know? Straya’s (Australia’s) reputation as a vibrant and individualistic country is confirmed by Aussie fashion and clothing style- a vivid and colorful blend of exuberant styles with…Continue Reading
Mates, it doesn’t matter how excellent your English terms are or how British your pronunciation is because if your dream is to fly to Australia, you may have difficulty understanding the Aussies (as the Australians…Continue Reading
When you leave for your Australian adventure, keep in mind one thing: the official language of Australia is English. However, there is the fashionable English, the one spoken by the Australian locals. You will immediately…Continue Reading
In the second half of the 19th age, the Aussie land was rich on the back of the greasy-wool from sheep and the bulky herds of cattle. After decades spent in the shade of synthetic…Continue Reading