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An informal name given to British tourists who visit the continent of Australasia for more than a three-week span. It is most regularly used by western Australians, and is believed to originate in Perth who changed a letter in the word “Antipodean” which means to be on the other side of the world.
those Antipedians usually hit up Australia after University to see the sights.
by Andrew Maher May 15, 2006