“G’day mate, welcome to ‘Straya. Soz we’re late. Just had to stop by Macca’s for brekky and a flat white and then at the servo to use the dunny.”
Confused by what you just read? You may think English is Australia’s national language. And it is…officially. But Aussie slang can be pretty confusing at first and you may want a crash course before heading to DTS so you're not a stunned mullet when we greet you at the Smitty (aka Sydney airport).
Start practicing and show us what you got when you get here. We're heaps keen to have cuppa (that’ll make sense later) with you soon. ✌🏽
P.S. Big thanks to Hi Josh for letting us post his video. You’re a bloody legend mate.
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