53 Australian Sayings

In this post, you will find amazing Australian sayings.

Contents

  1. Australian Sayings
  2. Short Australian Sayings
  3. Top Ten Australian Sayings

Australian Sayings

 

“There is something about the Australian psyche that seems to like films that are slightly offbeat.” —Nick Park

 

“Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia.” —Charles M. Schulz

 

“We believe in the Australian promise; that if you work hard, you won’t be left behind.” —Wayne Swan

 

“Life in Australia would go on, and I would hear nothing, because once you leave Australia, Australia ceases to be.” —Bill Bryson

 

“Australia is a nation of compassion. Courage and compassion. And the third of these great values: resilience.” —Kevin Rudd

 

“If you find an Australian indoors, it’s a fair bet that he will have a glass in his hand.” —Unknown

 

“Australians always want everyone to be average, as if the best thing you can do is fit in.” —Poppy King

 

“If you’ve worked in Australia, you can’t get away with bad behaviour like showing up late. We take our work ethic very seriously.” —Margot Robbie

 

“It’s Australian to do such things because, however uncivilised they may seem, it’s human to do them.” —Hugh Mackay

 

“I’m in love with the city. You can impress an australian with a city, but you can’t impress them with a beach.” —Rose Byrne

 

“There is something about the Australian psyche that seems to like films that are slightly offbeat.” —Nick Park

 

“To me, being Australian is about looking after your mates, taking care of the less fortunate, supporting the underdog and enhancing the spirit that makes all Australians unique.” —Steve Waugh

 

“Australians will never acquire a national identity until individual Australians acquire identities of their own.” —Patrick White

 

“When you disrespect Australian law, they will tell your firmly. Declare everything when you enter Australia.” —Johnny Depp

 

“In Australian culture, people are just more laid back, people aren’t as serious, they just take their time with things. It’s just like, whatever, if I don’t get it done I don’t get it done.” —Andrew Bogut

 

“For me, even just being English was a whole sort of experience in as much as I’m Australian.” —Radha Mitchell

 

“It is Australian innocence to love The naturally excessive and be proud Of a thoroughbred gelding who ran fast.” —Peter Porter

 

“Australians have a free spirit and an ability to think outside the box, and that is why I like Australia so much.” —Brian Schmidt

 

“You know I am Australian ,and we have got the worst scene of humor.we are cruel toeach other.” —Unknown

 

“There’s a sense of humor within the Australian culture that prevails when one is in a rather difficult situation.” —Guy Pearce

 

“In the planting season visitors come singly, and in harvest time they come in crowds.” —Unknown

 

“Australia is an outdoor country. People only go inside to use the toilet. And that’s only a recent development.” —Barry Humphries

 

“The Australian public are very fair and they are always prepared to give a leader of a major political party a fair go.” —Tony Abbott

 

“Although I’m Australian, I find myself much more in sympathy with the Austrian version!” —David Chalmers

 

“The best hope for Australia is the ballot box and good education.” —John Monash

Short Australian Sayings

 

“Australia is just so full of surprises.” —Bill Bryson

 

“Never complain, never explain.” —Unknown

 

“It is better to be defeated on principle than to win on lies.” —Arthur Calwell

 

“The best way to help the poor is not to become one of them.” —Lang Hancock

 

“I can hardly understand the Australian accent.” —Joey Santiago

 

“But no matter how far or how wide I roam,I still call Australia home.” —Unknown

 

“Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched.” —Australian Proverb

 

“It’s rare that there’s a role that requires an Australian accent.” —Heath Ledger

 

“Australians are a passionate lot. We are also a very practical lot.” —Kevin Rudd

 

“And where I grew up in Australia, surfing was a part of culture.” —Marc Newson

 

“The bigger the hat, the smaller the property.” —Australian proverb

 

“The only time an Australian ever walks is when his car runs out of petrol.” —Barry Richards

 

“I’m a proud Australian, a very, very proud Australian.” —Steve Irwin

 

“You might as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb.” —Australian proverb

 

“Beer makes you feel the way you ought to feel without beer.” —Henry Lawson

 

“It’s rare that there’s a role that requires an Australian accent.” —Heath Ledger

 

“Some mistakes are too much fun to only make once.” —Anon

 

“I try to use the Australian idiom to its maximum advantage.” —Paul Keating

Top Ten Australian Sayings

 

Here you will find Top Ten Australian sayings selected by our team.

  1. “The only time an Australian ever walks is when his car runs out of petrol.” —Barry Richards
  2. “Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia.” —Charles M. Schulz
  3. “The bigger the hat, the smaller the property.” —Australian proverb
  4. “But no matter how far or how wide I roam,I still call Australia home.” —Unknown
  5. “There’s a sense of humor within the Australian culture that prevails when one is in a rather difficult situation.” —Guy Pearce
  6. “I’m in love with the city. You can impress an Australian with a city, but you can’t impress them with a beach.” —Rose Byrne
  7. “It is better to be defeated on principle than to win on lies.” —Arthur Calwell
  8. “It’s Australian to do such things because, however uncivilized they may seem, it’s human to do them.” —Hugh Mackay
  9. “We believe in the Australian promise; that if you work hard, you won’t be left behind.” —Wayne Swan
  10. “When you disrespect Australian law, they will tell your firmly. Declare everything when you enter Australia.” —Johnny Depp