Aussie 12 Days of Christmas by MissieK | Nov 25, 2007 | Christmas today, Uncategorized | 5 comments We all know the 12 Days of Christmas, I was doing a Google search & came across the lyrics to the Aussie 12 Days of Christmas. As you obviously love Australia with your Aussie letters, I thought you might enjoy it 🙂 Related Posts:Christmas Elf Aussie Scrabble!8 days to Christmas - day seventeen is here!Elves celebrating 28 doughnut days!The Cosy Christmas Teashop - Christmas book reviewSharePinTweetShare0 Shares 5 Comments Santa's Elf on 25 November, 2007 at 11:53 pm Thanks MissieK. It is fun to think of Koalas and cockatoos as romantic Christmas gifts instead of doves and pear trees! Reply Josie on 9 December, 2008 at 9:55 pm I just found another version, with one koala up a gum tree! It’s at http://www.tasgreetings.com/Australian_12days.html Reply ivy on 18 December, 2009 at 9:29 am Yesterday i was on the train on the way home from shopping, and some little girls were singing an Aussie version of this song, but there were different words. they had 3 lyre birds, and 5 kangaroos, so i hope there is another site with the words, as the song i heard was so much better. Reply Backblinks on 16 October, 2010 at 12:13 pm I love how we can all share our feelings & memories about Christmas, regardless of cultural backgorund. This is an extremely nice blog here 🙂 Reply Louis Puzo on 1 November, 2010 at 10:59 pm Thankyou for this outstanding post – it’s great to see alternative versions of songs to suit local regions. Cheers again Reply Trackbacks/Pingbacks 12 days of christmas lyrics - [...] Aussie 12 Days of Christmas [...] 12 Aussie days of Christmas - [...] know someone else posted about the 12 days of Christmas, but I heard a different version today at school… Favourite Christmas songs - [...] 12 days of Christmas [...] Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.