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50 True Blue Names for Boys

50 Australian Boys NamesMost of us grew up with an Uncle Jack or Grandad Bob which were good, strong boys’ names in our parents and grandparents eras. Some have made a comeback over the past few years and others have now entered the scene to provide us with an eclectic selection of boys’ names that reflect our great country. 

Some are unique, some are traditional, some you may not have thought of! All of them however pay homage to Australia so if you’ve a passion for Aussie, Aussie, Aussie one of these might be for you!

Below we have put together a list of our favourite true blue Australian boys’ names for you to consider when naming your little Aussie:

And check out our Aussie girl names

  1. Adam
  2. Akama (Aboriginal, Meaning: whale)
  3. Archie
  4. Banjo (Banjo Patterson)
  5. Bardin (Aboriginal, Meaning: Ironbark tree)
  6. Barwon (Aboriginal, Meaning: Magpie)
  7. Burke
  8. Byron (place)
  9. Callan (Aboriginal, Meaning: Sparrow)
  10. Clancy (Clancy of the Overflow)
  11. Coen (Aboriginal, Meaning: Thunder)
  12. Darel (Aboriginal, Meaning: Blue sky)
  13. Darwin (Place)
  14. Dusty
  15. Edmund
  16. Euroa (Aboriginal, Meaning: Joy)
  17. Flynn
  18. Gough (Gough Whitlam)
  19. Henry (Henry Lawson)
  20. Harrison
  21. Hunter
  22. Jack
  23. Joey
  24. Lawson (Henry Lawson)
  25. Malarkey
  26. Mel (Mel Gibson)
  27. Mitchell
  28. Moki (Aboriginal, Meaning: Cloudy)
  29. Murray (River)
  30. Ned
  31. Patterson (Banjo Patterson)
  32. Reef
  33. Sydney (place)

Have you given your baby a unique Australian name that we haven’t included? We would love for you to share it with us.

 

 

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