Australian baby names

Australian_Beach_Mooloo_kidsAustralia is vast and unique. No other region on this planet is a continent as well as a country.

Still “Terra Australis Incognita” for many people, this beautiful place has to offer an exciting mixture of Anglo-Celtic and Indigenous blend, that provides inspiration for the name of your precious baby.

australian girl_It is said that the first known Europeans to choose an Aboriginal name for their baby, were the chaplain and his wife from the First Fleet. The couple, fascinated by the local languages, named their daughter Milbah.

In 2014, Oliver was the masculine name that topped in all six states in the country.

Olivia was the most loved girls’ name in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Charlotte, Emily and Amelia topped the other states.

There were 700 different languages and dialects spoken in Australia in the 18th century. Today there are 150 still in use by the Aboriginals.

Whether you are looking for a serious, familiar, solid-sounding name, or a unique, rare, ethnic moniker, Down Under provides all of these inspirations and even more.

Australian baby names for boys

Alex

Charlie

Cooper

Daku

Ethan

Harrison

Henry

Hunter

Jack

Jackson

James

Jarli

Joshua

Koa

Lachlan

Lucas

Mason

Max

Miro

Noah

Oliver

Samuel

Tau

Thomas

William

Australian baby names for girls

Alinta

Amelia

Ava

Charlotte

Chloe

Emily

Evonne

Isabella

Isla

Kalina

Kirra

Layla

Lily/Lilly

Madison/Maddison

Marlee

Merindah

Mia

Mika

Olivia

Rianna

Ruby

Sienna

Sophie

Talia

Zoe

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