a mythical Australian mammal said to have lived near billabongs and rivers, that is documented in old Australian tales. They grew to about 2 foot long and 1 foot high and made loud grunting noises in the night. Turns out these creatures were just Koalas.
old Bazza ran back from the dam like a soft-cock, claiming he saw a bunyip. Turns out it was just a Koala trying to have its way with him.
by MaccasWildRide March 17, 2008
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A word for an old friend. Derived from a catchphrase used by Animal Crossing villager Snake, who is actually a rabbit.
by J-Pizzle95 May 24, 2015
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A mythical Australian creature that gathers around waterholes. Also known as a yowie.
The bunyip stole my lunch when I was picnicing by the waterhole.

The bunyip stole my virginity as I slept by the waterhole...
by dildodogact April 2, 2008
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It's very bad, and very bold, and they tell me that it's over a thousand years old. So you'd better run home quickly, and you'd better hide very soon, or the Bunyip's going to get you, in the Bunyip moon
I'm not going out into the bush at night mate! What if the bunyip is out there!?
by Metallicajunkie October 12, 2018
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A horrifying animatronic sea creature in Murray Bridge, Australia. Bert, alternatively Bertha or Bazza, is a prominent figure within the submechanophobia and animatronic communities.
"I found a rare vintage photo of Bert the Bunyip from the 70s"
by pillbug science March 17, 2021
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A term originating in Australia that refers to an obscenely viscious, repugnant and unfortunate female. A bunyip girl may well have a face that resembles a bat ravaged mango, hair in indecent places, and commonly needs to be told to put the fork down. Also known as a swamp donkey.
Lookout for that filthy bunyip girl, she's got a head like a busted gumboot and preys on lonely bushmen.
by Proqualm May 10, 2006
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