Aussie Lingo! 

Some words and phrases to help you when going "downunder".

Arvo or t's'arvo afternoon or this afternoon
ŽAve a go give something a try that you are not sure about / participate
Bikkie biscuit or cookie
Billabong water hole or small lake - naturally forming
Bonza great or terrific or excellent or far out etc..
Brekkie breakfast
Barby B-B-Q
Catchya or Seeya good bye
Cheers bottoms up
Chook chicken
Come a croppa or come unstuck have a minor accident or problem/hassle
Cuppa mug of tea or coffee
Do yer na-na lose your temper
Don't come the raw prawn with me Do not try to antagonise or irritate me
Fair Dinkum honestly or the truth (or like 'far out!')
Flat out like a lizard drinking very very busy
G'day hello or hi
Have a blue or "a Blue" To have a fight or violent arguement
Hoo Roo goodbye or see you later
I'm right I'm alright / I'm being served
Like a goanna down a drainpipe being quick to act or grasp the moment
Lingo or Strine Australian colloquial language
Lolly sweetie or candy
Mate friend or pal
Ow-yer-goinŽ? how are you or hello
Prawn shrimp
Pull your finger out Stop dawdling or hurry up or get a move on
Sanger sandwich
She'll be right,  mate! no worries / everything is under control
Smoko work break or smoking break
Snag sausage (usually b-b-qed)
Spit the dummy blow your top or become angry
Struth or Aw Struth similar to gosh or oh my gosh
Stubby small bottle of beer
Stubbies working shorts (usually short)
Tallie large bottle of beer
Tea lunchtime meal / drink of tea and a snack
Tinny can of beer
True Blue real Aussie person or thing or action
Tucker food
Uni university
Yakka or Hard Yakka hard physical work