Australia. Appropriate nickname because of its location (below Asia) and the extreme differences between Australia and other continents/countries.

Animals: Koalas, Kangaroos, Echidnas, Platypi (Platypusses?), and Tasmanian Devils are creatures that only inhabit Australia in the wild.

Seasons: Australian summer is most other countries' winter, and vice versa.

Land: Mostly desert and open plains. Probably contains the highest percent of desert of any continent (Antarctica is tundra, not desert).

This would also be a good nickname for Antarctica, which is literally under every continent.
I'm not sure if the Land Down Under has any urban slang, unless you consider "Blimey!" and "mate" to be UrbanSpeak.
by Rodney Basil May 19, 2004
Where women glow and men plunder


men at work
"Do you come from a land down under?
Where women glow and men plunder?
Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
You better run, you better take cover."


---bad song, annoying
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 30, 2004
Do you come from a land down under?
Where women glow and men plunder
Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?
Ya better run ya better take cover!
*Epic Flute Segment*
by JOJOFAN12345 June 27, 2022
The aussiest song of aussies. Listen to it if you want a run down of australian culture
"Hey have you listened to 'the land down under'?"
"Indeed I have. I'm an aussie after all
by Do_I_Care August 28, 2019
Thunder in the land down under* is a colloquial term to describe hot, passionate, energetic sex. If you've ever wanted a new term to 'spice up' your sex life, thunder in the land down under is the perfect way to describe it.

It conveys meanings of the best sexual experience one has ever had - something wild and crazy that leaves you breathless and panting, but wanting more.

*not geographically limited to sex in Australia, can be used anywhere in the world.
"Hey girl, want to come over for some thunder in the land down under?"
by BenjaminRogersX February 9, 2019