About Australia

Genuine Australian Store

When you picture Australia, what do you see?

We see a proud country, a county of great heritage, a country driven by persistent determination, a country with a landscape and culture formed over thousands of years, a country rich with mixed cultures.

The Genuine Australian Store seeks to promote and enrich all things Australian. We are a driving force in showcasing Australian Products.  This website gives you the opportunity to search for products that are truly Australian. Find companies that are Australian owned, designing and manufacturing Australian products.  Dive deep into our site and discover the talents our country has to offer and the unique range of products available right from our backyard.

Enjoy everything Australia has to offer.

Australia has over 60 separate wine regions

With such a huge variety of wine regions, it's hard to choose between them. The majority of the wine regions are in New South Wales and Victoria so if you fancy discovering a few of them a road trip between Sydney and Melbourne would be a great way to go about it.

The History of Lamingtons

Lamingtons were invented in Toowoomba, and were named for Lord Lamington, who was serving as Governor of Queensland at the time. But it seems that he loathed them, calling them “those bloody poofy woolly biscuits” (according to James Shrimpton in his book, “Australia: The tale of Baron Lamington and an improvised cake”).

The Origin of Milo

Milo was created by Thomas Mayne in 1934, a chocolate and malt powder drink mixed with either cold or hot water. other Milo products have been created to satisfy the cravings of Milo-loving kids. This includes Milo snack bars, cereals and ice cream.

Australian Beaches

If you visit one new beach in Australia every day, it would take over 27 years to see them all.

The Humble ANZAC Biscuit

The ANZAC biscuit, a sweet and crunchy baked goodie primarily made of rolled oats and desiccated coconut, is a popular snack among Australians. It is not a secret that this biscuit is associated with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps who fought during World War I, thus the term ANZAC. It was first made by the wives of the soldiers during wartime and sent to them in Egypt where the troops were training. Since the ingredients didn’t spoil easily, ANZAC biscuits survived the long boat journeys from Australia all the way to Europe — providing some nourishment to the fighters and reminding them of home.

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