50 Quotes about Australia & Australia Instagram Caption Inspiration

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The Best Quotes about Australia & Australia Travel Quotes

  1. Alone of all the races on earth, they seem to be free from the ‘Grass is Greener on the other side of the fence’ syndrome, and roundly proclaim that Australia is, in fact, the other side of that fence. –Douglas Adams
  2. Australia is about as far away as you can get. I like that. -Andre Benjamin
  3. No one knows, incidentally, why Australia’s spiders are so extravagantly toxic; capturing small insects and injecting them with enough poison to drop a horse would appear to be the most literal case of overkill. Still, it does mean that everyone gives them lots of space. –Bill Bryson
  4. Every country is like a particular type of person. America is like a belligerent, adolescent boy; Canada is like an intelligent, 35-year-old woman. Australia is like Jack Nicholson. It comes right up to you and laughs very hard in your face in a highly threatening and engaging manner. -Douglas Adams
  5. I like Australia, but every time I’m there, I feel like everybody’s being sarcastic because everyone’s so nice. -Banks
  6. Leaving Australia was the hardest thing I have ever done. Barry Gibb
  7. It’s Australian to do such things because, however uncivilized they may seem, it’s human to do them. -Hugh Mackay
  8. Oh, i’m sorry, when i’m the queen of Australia, I’ll have him executed. -Jenna from 30 Rock
  9. Australians are a passionate lot. We are also a very practical lot. -Kevin Rudd
  10. I’ve been to Australia. I’ve met the devil, drank beer, and snogged kangaroos. –Alan Martin
  11. None of the seven is really good, for the excellent reason that Australian children never are. –Ethel Turner
  12. To live in Australia permanently is rather like going to a party and dancing all night with one’s mother. -Barry Humphries
  13. Australia lives with a strange contradiction – our national image of ourselves is one of the Outback, and yet nearly all us live in big cities. Move outside the coastal fringe, and Australia can feel like a foreign country. -Kate Grenville
  14. I wonder if it is Australia’s great distance from more populated landmasses that allows its inhabitants to be left to their own devices, to be incredibly creative and, at times, to be wonderfully weird. -Henry Rollins
  15. Australia is the place I know best. -Angus Young
  16. The only time an Australian ever walks is when his car runs out of petrol. –Barry Richards
  17. Australia’s treatment of her Aboriginal people will be the thing on which the world will judge Australia and Australians – Not just now, but in the greater perspective of history. –Gough Whitlam
  18. Australia turns out to be a sensational place, albeit one of the most comfortably racist places I’ve ever been in. They’ve really settled into their intolerance like an old resentful slipper. -John Oliver
  19. After going to Australia, it’s hard to go anywhere after that. I want to move there. I’m obsessed with it. -Nina Dobrev
  20. Australia, to the rest of the world, is just far away, and Australia in the Thirties was the faraway of the faraway. -Baz Luhrmann
  21. I’m sure that there are places in the deserts in Australia that could be similar to where we might want to go on Mars. -Buzz Aldrin
  22. There is something about the Australian psyche that seems to like films that are slightly offbeat. -Nick Park
  23. If you asked someone who was a Maori about how they felt about how they were treated in Australia or New Zealand, you’ll get an answer. They’ll have something to tell you. And you might not like what you hear. Laurence Fishburne
  24. People who say, ‘There’s nothing to fear from spiders’ have clearly never been to Australia. -Cate Blanchett
  25. Australia is just so full of surprises. -Bill Bryson
  26. I love all kinds of insects, and I’ve heard Australia has some really interesting bugs. -Aurora
  27. It is Australian innocence to love The naturally excessive and be proud Of a thoroughbred gelding who ran fast. –Peter Porter
  28. There is nothing more Australian than spending time in somebody else’s country. –Anonymous
  29. God bless America. God save the Queen. God defend New Zealand and thank Christ for Australia. -Russell Crowe
  30. I think Australia has to be a country which has the ‘Welcome’ sign out. -Paul Keating
  31. Once, in Australia, I ate 33 pancakes in 20 minutes, and I only did it because they said a girl could never enter the competition. -Olivia Wilde
  32. In Australia, they really want to turn me into a religion. A religion! Can you imagine? The Church of Edna? Oh. I don’t want to be over-revered. -Barry Humphries
  33. It’s got more cosmopolitan, and it’s lost its uniqueness, but Australia is still a great place. -Paul Hogan
  34. I love Australia; it’s such an outdoor life. -Darcey Bussell
  35. Do I want everyone in Australia to know who I am? Absolutely. But the only way I can do that is by winning fights. -Robert Whittaker
  36. It’s always hot in Australia. -Angelique Kerber
  37. Australia is the most isolated continent. -Jared Diamond
  38. Even the Australians don’t know how beautiful their own country is. -Brian Cox
  39. A continuing narrative throughout Australia’s history that says it is better to build up than to tear down. -Kevin Rudd
  40. I don’t pay attention to Australia, mate. -Steven Adams
  41. That’s one of the things I miss most about Australia – the countryside. -Yvonne Strahovski
  42. As an outsider, you don’t think of Australia as being old-fashioned – it’s only when you’ve been here for a period of time when you realize there are issues. -Boy George
  43. You can be tops in Australia and be unheard of everywhere else. -Barry Gibb
  44. I think Australia is pretty much living the last day on Earth in a lot of ways. -Nathan Phillips
  45. When I have a bad day, I dream about opening up a gelato stand on the streets of Sydney, Australia. Doesn’t everyone have a random escape fantasy? -Nancy Lublin
  46. I thought I would come to Australia and learn to surf. Instead, I learned to walk. -Bari Weiss
  47. Oh and Jack? I speak Australian. -Diana from 30 Rock
  48. Western Australia is covered by granite, the largest single piece of Achaean rock that still lies on the surface of the, of, of the Earth, that’s 2.5 to 2.9 billion years old. It’s one of the most ancient and intact bits of the Earth’s crust. -Antony Gormley
  49. I love Australia, and I especially love those rugby players. Jennifer Coolidge
  50. You’re not Australian, Gina. -Amy from Brooklyn 99
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