80 Unique Australian Baby Names for Girls

Choosing the perfect name for your little baby can be really tough because of all the amazing options out there. No parent would want their child to have a weird name that might haunt them throughout the school years. Instead, parents want something unique and beautiful that would suit their little one. Check out these unique and wonderful Australian names for your little prince or princess.

Australian Baby Girl Names With Meanings

1. Abigail

This is a Hebrew name and the meaning of the name is “father’s joy”, “father rejoiced”, or “gives joy”. It is also the name of a character in the Bible.

2. Addison

The meaning of the name Addison is “son of Adam”, though the name is used for girls. The name has an Old English origin.

3. Aisha

This name is derived from the word “Asha” in Arabic which means “to live”. The meaning of the name is “alive and well”.

4. Alexandra

A wonderful Greek name for your little angel, the meaning of the name is “defender of man” and it is the feminine form of “Alexander”.

5. Alexis

Another wonderful name with a Greek origin, the meaning of the name is “defender” or “helper”. This was also the name of a Greek poet who lived in the 3rd century BC.

6. Alinta

Alinta has an Australian origin and the meaning of the name is “flame” and “fire”. It is pronounced as “Uh-Lin-Tah”.

7. Alira

This pretty name has an Albanian origin and is a unique option for your little one. The meaning of the name is “beautiful” and “freedom”.

8. Annabelle

This name is a unique blend of Latin name “Anna” meaning “grace” and French word “belle” which means “beauty”.

9. Anzac

The meaning of this name is “Australian and New Zealander Army Corps”. The name is often used in combination with names of military leaders or battles.

10. Audrey

Audrey is a name with an English origin and the meaning of the name is “noble strength”. It is derived from an Anglo-Saxon word.

11. Aurora

A Latin name for your little girl, the meaning of the name is “dawn”. It also belonged to the Roman goddess of sunrise.

12. Ava

Another Latin name derived from the word “Avis” which means “bird”. It could also be the short form of “Chava” which means “living one”.

13. Ayla

This name has a Turkish, Hebrew origin and the meaning of the name is “moonlight”, halo”, or “oaktree”.

14. Bonnie

This name has a Scottish origin and it means “attractive”, “pretty”, or “fine”. It is also believed to have been derived from the French word “bonne” which means “good”.

15. Charlotte

This is the female form of the name “Charlot” in French meaning “free man” or “little”. The variations of this name are “Carlotta”, “Lotte”, and “Charlie”.

16. Chloe

The name Chloe has a Greek origin and the meaning of the name is “blooming”. The name was used as another name for the Greek goddess of fertility and agriculture.

17. Claire

Claire has a Viking/Latin origin and it means “famous” or “clear”. In French, the word means “clear”. Variations of the name include “Clara”, “Clarissa”, and “Clare”.

18. Daisy

A name with English origin, the meaning of the name is said to be “energetic”, “fresh”, or “wholesome”. It is also the name of a very beautiful and popular flower.

19. Dianella

This name is derived from the name “Diviana” of Latin which means “divine”. In Roman mythology, the name belonged to the goddess of hunting and moon.

20. Eden

has a Hebrew origin and the meaning of the name is “delight” or “place of pleasure”. It is also a biblical name.

21. Eleanor

This name has a Greek origin with the meaning of the name being “shining one” or “bright”. It is also believed to be the English version of the name “Alienor”.

22. Eliza

A Hebrew name with the meaning “pledged to God”. The name is also believed to have been derived from the name “Elizabeth”.

23. Ella

This name is believed to have been the short form of the name “Ellen” meaning “light”. In English, it means “beautiful fairy woman” and in German, it means “all”.

24. Elsie

This name has a Scottish origin and the meaning is “pledged to God”. It is a wonderful option for your little one.

25. Emily

With an English origin, the meaning of the name is “to excel or strive or rival”. It is also said to have been derived from “Aemilia” in Latin.

24. Elsie

This name has a Scottish origin and the meaning is “pledged to God”. It is a wonderful option for your little one.

26. Eva

This name has been derived from the Hebrew name meaning “living one” or “life”. The other meanings include “mother of life” or “full of life”.

27. Evelyn

The name has an English origin and the meaning of the name is “wished for child”. Other variations include “Evelin”, “Evaline”, or “Evelin”.

28. Evie

A wonderful unique name for your pretty little baby, the meaning of the name is “life” and the name has a Hebrew origin.

29. Frankie

The name has an American origin and the meaning of the name is “truthful” and “free”. The variations of the name include “Francesca” or “Frances”.

30. Georgia

With an English origin, the meaning of the name is “farmer”. It is a very rich and pretty name for your baby girl.

Australian Boys Names with meanings

We’re sure you’ll find something to your liking on this list of beautiful and cute names for boys.

1. Aaron:

This Hebrew name, meaning ‘lofty, exalted’ was once used to describe the position of nobility in the society.

2. Abner:

This moniker is rapidly climbing the popularity charts. Abner means ‘Father is light’.

3. Aidan:

Aidan, meaning ‘fire or born of fire’, entered the mainstream via St. Aidan of Iona, the founder of the monastery on Lindisfarne.

4. Albert:

Albert is currently one of the highest-ranking names in Europe. It’s derived from German name Adalbert, which means ‘noble’.

5. Alfred:

It seems that Europe is ahead of America in terms of choosing chic baby names. This moniker is sweeping through Sweden, Denmark, and Canada. It means ‘elf counsel’.

6. Alvin:

Another modernised version of an Old English name, Alvin means ‘wise friend’.

7. Ambrose:

Ambrose was once a favourite of British novelists, including P.G. Wodehouse. This name means ‘immortal one’.

8 Asher:

Asher is one of our personal favorites. Meaning ‘happiness’, this moniker will fill your child’s world with laughter and love.

9.Ashton:

We love this name for the prefix ‘ash’. The popularity of this English surname, meaning ‘from the town of Ash’, could be credited to Ashton Kutcher, the Hollywood actor.

10 Axel:

If you’re a huge Guns ‘N’ Roses fan, you might want to name your son after its leading band member. Axel is a spelling variant of Axl and means ‘father of peace’.

11. Barney:

Honestly, it’s difficult not to conjure the television characters, Barney Stinson and Barney – the dinosaur on hearing this name. Barney means ‘son of comfort’.

12. Caleb:

A beautiful name with roots going back to the Bible, Caleb means ‘devotion to God’.

13. Chris:

Even after ages, this diminutive of Christopher continues to have a stronghold on the baby name charts. It means ‘bearer of Christ’.

14. Duke:

Duke, meaning ‘nobleman’, could be the ideal name for your little prince.

15. Dylan:

In Welsh mythology, Dylan is the name of the God associated with the sea. The name means ‘great wave’.

16. Elias:

This name is basically a derivative of Elijah, but has the potential to stand on its own. It means ‘Jehovah is God’.

17. Elijah:

A religious name packed with a powerful punch, Elijah means ‘Jehovah is God’.

18. Ethan:

This name hasn’t looked back ever since the 20th century. Ethan means ‘strong or firm’.

19. Evan:

If you want something mellow and unique for your son, pick Evan, which means ‘God is gracious’.

20. Felix:

What could be better than having a cheerful son? Felix is a Latin name, meaning ‘happy and lucky’.

21.Finley:

Finley is a Scottish royal name, which also belonged to Macbeth’s father. It means ‘white warrior’.

22. Fletcher:

Fletcher is a strong name with a catchy sound. It also comes with the nickname option of Fletch. Fletcher means ‘seller of arrows’.

22. Jayden:

If you’re confused between Jacob and Aidan, you can settle with Jayden. It is a modern invented name with unknown meaning.

23. Jesse:

This charming and boyish Hebrew name means ‘God exists’.

24. Jett:

Jett is a dynamic, no-nonsense and beautiful name, meaning ‘protection or purification’.

25. John:

This strong name, with Biblical roots, meaning ‘God is gracious’, has featured in the Social Security Administration list for 40 years. And it is currently one of the top 30 contenders.

26. Joseph:

In the Old Testament, Joseph was the name of the favorite son of Jacob. This name means ‘May God increase’.

27. Joshua:

Joshua, meaning ‘Lord is my salvation’, ranks 33rd in the US. But it’s even more popular in Ireland, Wales, and Australia.

28 Jude:

This high-spirited and dapper name also happens to be the title of a Beatles’ song. It means the ‘praised one’.

29. Logan:

The real name of Wolverine means ‘little hollow or dweller at a little hollow’ in the Gaelic language.

30. Van:

Van is a jazzy mid-century name all set for a comeback. It means ‘of’.