Mar 092020

Australia Day – Public Holiday

The official name for the much popular Australia’s National Day is Australia Day which is celebrated annually on January 26 since 1994. The day is now celebrated with a set of mixed feelings because the…Continue Reading

Mar 092020

Tall Poppies of Australia

Land of the Aborigines for roughly 50,000 years, Australia is an island continent that fascinates and attracts the world. With 22 million inhabitants, these vast arid and desert lands bring together many natural riches: in…Continue Reading

Mar 092020

Why Australians Love Horse-Racing

Thoroughbred racing is the third most popular sport in the country. Horse racing is huge in Australia. Anybody who has spent any time here could tell you that. Australia has more racecourses than any other…Continue Reading

Mar 062020

Boxing Day in Australia

Boxing Day in Australia is observed on the day after Christmas i.e. December 26. If you are thinking that Aussies use to punch each other on this day, you are mistaken!  Contrary to its name,…Continue Reading

Mar 062020

The Queen’s Birthday

Queen’s Birthday is an annual event that is celebrated in Australia as a public holiday. Most businesses and educational institutes remain closed on Queen’s Birthday. It is observed in June on the second Monday. However,…Continue Reading

Mar 062020

Australia Labour Day

Australia-the largest island country with a multi-cultural society is a wonderful place! There is a range of festivals that are celebrated in Australia with enthusiasm. Also, there is a long list of other significant days…Continue Reading

Mar 062020

Australian Military Slang

As early as the 20th and 21st centuries the usage of digger slang came into effect. This is how our defense force commanders communicated. We also call it Anzac or Australian slang. Would you want…Continue Reading