Heard a kookaburra in person: YES, all the time. I grew up in a house that backed onto national park and we had them on our back fence all the time. One ate my pet blue-tongue lizard once. I have never liked them since.
Slept under the stars: YES, when I've been camping.
Seen a koala: YES, in the wild and in captivity.
Visited Melbourne: YES, a few times. I like it, but
Watched a summer thunderstorm: YES, but I don't make a habit of it. There are thunderstorms all over the world though, not sure how Australian this is.
Worn a pair of thongs: YES, what else would you wear in summer?
Been to Uluru (Ayer’s Rock): NO, travelling around Australia is too expensive.
Visited Cape York: NO
Held a snake: YES, at the zoo or a wildlife park
Sang along with Khe San: YES, Oh yeah, loud and way out a tune! That's the only way to do it! For those of you who have no idea what we are talking about here, check out this link!
Drank VB: YES, Ummmm..... I am Australian aren't I? I think this gets a bad wrap, Carlton Draught is heaps worse!
Visited Sydney: YES, On a daily basis - I live there.
Have seen a shark: YES, bu only if you count at the aquarium thank god. Don't jinx me.
Have used Aussie (and NZ) slang naturally in a conversation: YES, strewth... what do you take me for? A galah? Some kind of drongo? Or are you just troppo? You're such a dag.
[Please note there was a question here I had to delete, it was a bit offensive]
Eaten hot chips from the bag at the beach: YES, How else do you eat them?
Walked/climbed over the Sydney Harbour Bridge: NO, No way. That's for tourists. I drive across it a couple of times a week if that helps.
Used an outside dunny, and checked under the seat before sitting down: YES, wouldn't sit on one before I checked.
Seen Chloe in Young & Jackson’s: NO. Have no idea what this means.
Slept on an overnight train or bus: YES, to Byron Bay and Port Augusta in SA (which took over 24 hours)
Been to Sydney’s Mardi Gra: YES, in fact I have marched in the parade on my (non-autonomous) university float. So much fun.
Have gone bush-bashing:YES, as part of a school trip. I got so scratched. Not something I would recommend.
Taken a sickie: YES, who hasn't, Australian or not? (PS. a sickie means calling in to work sick when you are actually out enjoying yourself)
Been to see a game of Aussie Rules football: YES, once, and never again (although the players were kind of hot).
Have seen wild camels: NO
Gone skinny dipping: YES, in Thailand of all places.
Done a Tim Tam Slam: YES, and STOP, you're making my mouth water.
Ridden in a tram in Melbourne: YES, and I DIDN"T BUY A TICKET (insert evil laugh here)
Been at an ANZAC day Dawn Service: YES, when I was a kid. I no longer have the fortitude to get up that early though.
Held a wombat: NO. Where on earth can you hold a wombat? That sounds crazy to me.
Been on a roadtrip of 800km or more: I have no idea. I haven't ever thought to measure km's.
Seen the Great Australian Bight in person: NO, one day though.
Had a really bad sunburn: YES. Can we please no re-live horror?
Visited an Aboriginal community: Sadly, no.
Seen a redback spider: YES. Seen many and had one on me once. Thank god I didn't panic. I could be dead right now. I was a kid and as soon as my dad got it off me, we got outta there.
Have watched Paul Hogan: Sadly, yes.
Seen Blue Poles in person: NO, don't even know what this is.
Wandered barefoot in the bush/outback: NO. God no. Who does that?
Eaten Vegemite: YES, on a daily basis. In fact, in all of my overseas travels I have taken a massive jar of vege with me and carried it in my back pack. Can't live without it.
Thrown a boomerang: YES, but it didn't want to come back. It half made it back.
Seen the Kimberleys: NO
Given a hitch-hiker a lift: NO
Been to Perth: YES, for a wedding, once. Nice place. One of my good friends lives there.
Have tried Lemon, Lime and Bitters: YES. I didn't even know this was an Australian thing?
Tried playing a didgeridoo: NO. Traditionally the didgeridoo was only played by males. And I am not Aboriginal. Nor male. Wouldn't be appropriate.
Seen dinosaur footprints: NO
Eaten Tim Tams: YES
Been to Darwin: NO
Touched a kangaroo: YES
Visited the Great Barrier Reef: YES, and been attacked by evil jelly fish
Listened to Kevin Bloody Wilson: Not that I know of
Killed a Cane Toad: NO
Gone to a drive-in theatre: YES, I used to love this when I was a kid.
Have read and own books by Australian authors: YES, I try really hard.
Visited Adelaide: NO
Know the story behind “Eternity”: NO, but I do know it annoys me
Been camping: YES, lots. Used to love it as a kid but not so much as an adult. I am growing too accustomed to my luxuries.
Visited Brisbane: YES, sadly.
Been in an outback pub: YES
Know what the term “Waltzing Matilda” actually means: YES
Gone whale watching: YES
Listened to Slim Dusty: YES, but not deliberately
Own five or more Australian movies or TV series: YES
Sang along to Down Under: YES
Have stopped specifically to look at an historic marker by the side of the road: NO, not yet anyway
Eaten a 4′n’20 pie: YES, and please don't remind me again.
Surfed at Bondi: NO, Ive been but I don't go in the ocean if I can avoid it, let alone go surfing
Watched the cricket on Boxing Day: YES, I have even been to see it live at the MCG
Visited Hobart: YES, very beautiful
Eaten kangaroo: YES, so healthy for you
Seen a quokka: NO
Visited Canberra: YES, sadly
Visited rainforests: YES
Used a Victa lawnmower: NO, I've never mown a lawn
Travelled on a tram in Adelaide: NO
Used a Hills hoist.YES, thats a clothes line by the way.
Visited Kata Tjuta: NO
Used native Australian plants in cooking: NO
Visited the snow: YES
Chosen a side in Holden VS Ford: YES. HOLDEN ALL THE WAY
Visited the desert: YES, and camped in it. Boiling during the day, freezing at night.
Been water skiing: NO
Read The Phantom: NO
Visited Parliament House: YES, as a child. I barely remember it.
Gone spotlighting or pig-shooting: NO. Is this even Australian? Pig shooting? What pigs? What am I missing?
Crossed the Nullarbor: NO
Avoided swimming in areas because of crocodiles: NO
Listened to AC/DC: YES
Called someone a dag: YES, all the time. You dag.
Voted in a Federal Election: YES
Have been swimming and stayed between the flags: YES
Had a possum in your roof: YES, shudder. Noisy sh*ts.
Visited the outback: YES
Travelled over corrugated roads: NO
Hit a kangaroo while driving: NO
Been well outside any mobile phone coverage: YES
Seen an emu: YES
Have woken to the smell of bushfires: YES. In fact my childhood home backed on to the bush and we were almost evacuated on New Years Day about 9 years ago. The water bombing helicopter smashed our windows with its noise and vibrations. They are scary.
Subscribed to RRR: NO
Patted a pure-bred dingo: YES, but at a zoo obviously
Seen the Oils live: NO, but I have a DVD of them live.
Oh my goodness, that took forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Feel free to join in.