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Australian Slang S to Z
Though the official language of Australia is English, Australian are equally notorious for their use of slang. Australian slang, like all slang, is constantly evolving and changing. While the list below includes a lot of common slang, it is by no means complete. Continued from last week's article,

Australian Ski Fields
Even though Australia is considered one of the driest continents on the planet, it does host a great range of ski resorts and fields during the winter months.

Australian Slang N to R
Though the official language of Australia is English, Australian are equally notorious for their use of slang. Australian slang, like all slang, is constantly evolving and changing. While the list below includes a lot of common slang, it is by no means complete. Continued from last week's article,

Hazel Hawke - an Inspiration
Hazel Hawke was the wife of an Australian Prime Minister who used her position and voice to break down the barriers to the care and reserach of Alzhiemer's Disease

Australian Slang J to M
Though the official language of Australia is English, Australian are equally notorious for their use of slang. Australian slang, like all slang, is constantly evolving and changing. While the list below includes a lot of common slang, it is by no means complete. Continued from last week's article,

Mourning an Aboriginal Death
Aboriginal traditions exist around the passing of an Aboriginal person. These traditions need to be recognised and respected by the wider community in Australia.

Australian Slang D to I
Though the official language of Australia is English, Australian are equally notorious for their use of slang. Australian slang, like all slang, is constantly evolving and changing. While the list below includes a lot of common slang, it is by no means complete.

State Shows of Australia
Each State in Australia celebrates it's county and city origins with a Show. These shows are for the people to come together and celebrate all things country.

Into That Forest - a book Review
Into That Forest is a wonderfully written novel about two little girls, two Tasmanian Devils and how they survive in the Tasmanian wilderness in the 1800's. Could this be a true story?

Australian Slang A to C
Australian English is a unique language, with a lot of slang and vernacular. Arm yourself with some commonly used words and phrases and learn to speak like an Aussie, or at least understand one. Includes Aussie Slang from A to C.

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