Generally, people will want to know someone a bit before they agree to share contact details or hang out somewhere. This totally depends on what kind of people you are.

If you’d like to keep it casual, suggest getting a coffee somewhere you both probably know.

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But if you’re feeling mature and confident enough to sit across the table with someone for an hour or more – go for it.

As a general rule, whoever suggested the outing should at least, offer to pay first.

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Sometimes it feels like everything’s going by very slowly, and there aren’t always clear road signs. This is because, in Australia, there aren’t formal dating rules like in some cultures.

Australians aren’t big on rules – unless it’s Aussie Rules Football.

This makes for a pretty fun and flexible dating culture, which forces people to get to know one another.

Firstly, it doesn’t matter if you’re a boy or a girl, anyone can approach anyone.

The main thing to remember is that we don’t have a huge pick-up culture here. Try to have at least one decent conversation before you ask to see more of someone.

We hope you’re now feeling a little more prepared to enter the world of Australian dating.