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But seriously, it's shocking: Last year, there were 7.8 million vacations taken out of Australia, and 32 percent of them were to places other than the South Pacific, China, New Zealand or the States.And because the third and fourth-highest group of travellers fall into the 25- to 34-year-old range, if you go abroad, it's decently likely you're going to meet one of these lovely men. ) or if you're on the scout for one, there are a few things you should be aware of: They are so, so, so, so, so nice.But Nate, like literally every single other Australian guy I met, was so much fun.And I meet Australians—like, so many I actually looked up some numbers, which is really hard to do for a writer first thing in the morning.The guys are some of the friendliest I've ever met, and they're incredibly social.
Making plans with them is easy, even if you've only been chatting with them for a while — they're always up for something!) and meet some of their amazingly fun guys in their native habitat, so to speak.Have any of you ladies come across an Aussie or New Zealander — or been there and met one for yourself?Also, cheeky hint: They have a version of American football, aptly called Australian football, so that just opens up all sorts of conversational possibilities.It can be hard to tell if they're into you or not.So if camping and watersports and the occasional adrenaline rush are your thing, you're in luck!