How to call the US from Australia

(Didn't we answer this question recently?)The response is (assuming the phone you are using has international service allowed):While in Australia, you start by dialing the International Access Code digits.If you are using a cellphone or VOIP phone and do not know the International Access Code digits, enter

What are the differences between American and Australian values?

There are many big picture values that Americans and Australians share in common. As an Aussie, I see that both nations highly value: individual freedom and fully understand that it's not free but rather comes at a significant price. This is why you will find that

What do Australians think of American accents?

As others have mentioned, most of our media intake comes from America. As such, listening to American accents almost becomes a default when we are watching movies or TV shows. Because of this, the average Australian subconsciously knows a bunch of American accents (if only in their most broad definitions). As children, we begin to pick

What do Americans think of Australian people?

As an American, I shall offer my two cents to the discussion. Most of the Australians I've met during my time here have been fairly

How are Americans different from Australians?

Interesting that you mention the RBT in Australia as I know that the police cannot perform them in the USA. I have been based in-between the USA and Australia since 2005 and have noticed some interesting difference. I find that Americans are generally much more polite than Australians. The difference between blue-collar Americans and their

What do Americans think of Australian accents?

My experience is they think it's cool. The only trouble is they never, ever, ever, get my name on a first hearing (except in Boston), because it's pronounced Maahk Baahton. I get Mike, Mac, Mick, etc etc. I could chew my

Do Australians really love Americans?

The question is far too broad to answer simply.  An American who came to Australia expecting to be automatically loved by the majority of Australians he or she met would discover eventually that there is quite a deal of negative feeling toward Americans

In what ways are Australian and American soldiers trained differently?

I,m a Kiwi, but i,ll answer the best i can as we are very closly limked here. American and Australian military training doctrine is very different. Australia and NZ are the closest training partners, both armies evolved our training doctrines from our British military parentage. America pretty much

Is America like Australia?

No and YesBy America I presume you mean the USAWe are like cousins brought up by different families.360million Americans vs 26 million AustraliansThe Sad part:Both are governed by a duopoly owned by inernational bankersBoth have lost

What do Australians think about Americans?

That is a huge question, which I am assuming has been asked by an American and so my answer will be addressed in that way. There are 300 plus million Americans to begin with, so one can never go beyond sweeping generalizations which in themselves hold the risk of being offensive or inaccurate. And

What do Australians think of America?

I like the US for its 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th and 14th amendments:The Right to freedom of speech, religion and a free press ( even though the press can be jerks and their are times when the criminal law should supersede the 1st amendment.The reasonable right to privacy , where

What do Australians think of Obama?

I think that he's far from perfect, and made several mistakes(allowing Benghazi, being overly influenced by corporate lobbying, not taking Donald Trump seriously until far too late) HOWEVER, I also think that of all the presidents that the US has had, he

Do Australians really love Americans?

The question is far too broad to answer simply.  An American who came to Australia expecting to be automatically loved by the majority of Australians he or she met would discover eventually that there is quite a deal of negative feeling toward Americans

In what ways are Australian and American soldiers trained differently?

I,m a Kiwi, but i,ll answer the best i can as we are very closly limked here. American and Australian military training doctrine is very different. Australia and NZ are the closest training partners, both armies evolved our training doctrines from our British military parentage. America pretty much

Is America like Australia?

No and YesBy America I presume you mean the USAWe are like cousins brought up by different families.360million Americans vs 26 million AustraliansThe Sad part:Both are governed by a duopoly owned by inernational bankersBoth have lost

What do Australians think about Americans?

That is a huge question, which I am assuming has been asked by an American and so my answer will be addressed in that way. There are 300 plus million Americans to begin with, so one can never go beyond sweeping generalizations which in themselves hold the risk of being offensive or inaccurate. And

What do Australians think of America?

I like the US for its 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th and 14th amendments:The Right to freedom of speech, religion and a free press ( even though the press can be jerks and their are times when the criminal law should supersede the 1st amendment.The reasonable right to privacy , where

What do Australians think of Obama?

I think that he's far from perfect, and made several mistakes(allowing Benghazi, being overly influenced by corporate lobbying, not taking Donald Trump seriously until far too late) HOWEVER, I also think that of all the presidents that the US has had, he

Is Australia really the 'better' United States?

This is a silly question and I am growing tired of all the drama coming from it in the comments section.Lots of bearded Brunswick and Fitzroy hipsters are basically saying:‘Yes!'‘No. Australia is so much better that they aren't even comparable.'...and then angry American teens are going on ranting