I’m more of a coffee shop, restaurant or wine bar sort of guy. I don’t mind suggesting we do something but do Australian men think that is being too aggressive for women to do that? I also can’t remember the last time I hanged out in a pub. He said a few times we should go out again – but has yet to set a date.Rather, they're simply a way for single men and women to get to know other singles who may share their interests.
By the end of your relationship, you’ll learn that your Australian boyfriend is a true blue (and if you’ve ever dated an Australian, cue the True Blue drinking song in your head) always and forever.
And come Australia Day (one of the holiest days of the year), your entire day will be in synch with the Triple J Hot 100, or a countdown of the 100 best songs that year.
Single women in Australia typically do not shy away from asking out men they're interested in.
Especially on the first date, women take the lead by making plans for the day or evening and handling reservations or other arrangements.
Along with group dating, couples will often invite several of their single friends out for drinks, to their home for dinner, or to a movie to see if any sparks fly.