Who would have thought you could learn to understand another language on an RV park web site?

Well, prepare to be surprised!

 Americans and Australians both kind of share the English language.
However, there are some important differences that can make a conversation near impossible.

This short tutorial will enable conversation  with the odd Australian you might find around our resort.

Also real handy when you visit our fair land!

Australian

American

ankle biter

arvo

avo

barbie

barker's eggs

billabong

bludger

bluey

bogan

brekky

caravan

chock-a-blook

Chrissy

ciggy

crickey

crook

dacks

dag

dunny

Esky

fair dinkum

flat out

G'day

goon

legless

lollies

lolly water

lunatic syrup

Maccas

mate

outback

prawn

runners

sanga

scone

servo

Sheila

shoot thru

slab

snag

stubby

stubby holder

tea

thongs

tinny

tucker

ute

Vegemite

whinger

woop-woop

yabbie

child

afternoon

avocado

barbecue

dog waste

pond

lazy person

red haired person

red neck

breakfast

bumper-pull RV

very full

Christmas

cigarette

wow!!

sick

trousers

nerd

toilet

beer cooler

true

very busy

hello

cheap and nasty wine

very drunk

candy

soft drink

hard liqueur

McDonalds

friend / buddy

back-of-Bourke

shrimp

sneakers

sandwich

biscuit

service station

female person

leave quickly

24 pack of beer

sausage

bottled beer

beer cozy

dinner

flip-flops (true!!)

canned beer

food

pick up truck

sandwich spread

complainer

further away than outback

kind'a crawfish

Outback Springs RV Resort

850-258-3110

90 son-in-law road • bonifay, florida 32425 

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