Things That Spring to Mind Whenever Someone Mentions Australia
The Top Ten
Firstly guy in the comments. I live in Sydney and of course you don't get crocodiles walking around the city. The Outback, you can experience getting kicked by a roo or get eaten by a croc or get bitten by a spider or snake.
Try surfing and maybe the water will turn red because you have been bitten by a shark. There is Australia for ya. - BloodFang
To correct you, there are no gators down under. But more importantly, mate, I've been to Sydney, and not once was I bitten by a venomous spider or de-legged by a saltwater crocodile. I didn't even see anything that could potentially kill me except in a zoo. The most dangerous creature I ran into was a seagull. - PositronWildhawk
Yeah, there's no gators down under. I meant to say crocodiles. It's hard for me to tell the difference. - ethanmeinster
Spiders, snakes, jellyfish, great white sharks, dingoes, alligators, and many more animals. Even a koala can hurt you. - ethanmeinster
One of the country's main attractions, the Sydney Opera House is renowned for its appearance in Sydney Harbor. - ethanmeinster
Often, you'll see British and Australians argue whether marmite or Vegemite are better. - ethanmeinster
And I think you can predict that I'll side with Marmite every time. But I still like Vegemite. - PositronWildhawk
I'm Aussie and life in red dust evrywere and I hate veggi mite to the bone! Ps about the Dangerous animals there lots but once you know what to do with 20 reddies (Aussie slang between me and my mate for red backs) you're fine. Considering I started laughing at reddies at 6.
One of the top sports in the country. It's not for the lighthearted, as it gets pretty intense. - ethanmeinster
I think its more Aussie Rules Football, Rugby is New Zealand's sport. - CoolCat999
However, this is untrue. - ethanmeinster
We are studying aboriginal art at school and I think that its absolutely amazing.
Didgeridoo buskers are entertaining wildlife. - PositronWildhawk
For 50,000 years, they've inhabited the island. - ethanmeinster
It was once called the Penal Colonies because British inmates were shipped there in the 1700s-1800s. - ethanmeinster
As I've heard, Australians actually call shrimp "prawns". - ethanmeinster
Steve was cool. Bindi drives us nuts. Just every thing given to her and little over the top bro robert. Following dad's foot steps. God no.
Shouldn't this now be Bindi Irwin?
Why all it does is turn up at the zoo when it suits them.travels world first class and five star hotels with its boyfriend. And talks about crap when it suits it.
Hosted by everyone's favourite Geordies Ant & Dec.
This is a pretty popular treat in the country, but its neighbor New Zealand invented it. - ethanmeinster
Mia Wasikowska, Rose Byrne, Margot Robbie and if you want to go older Cate Blanchett are to die for