Meaning of out bush in English:

out bush

phrase

Australian, New Zealand
  • In or into an area of back country.

    ‘men and women who worked out bush’
    • ‘One of the main reasons I didn't want to live out bush was because I always thought that the best education for your kids is at school.’
    • ‘One late evening I decided to camp out bush with the art co-ordinator.’
    • ‘I haven't spent a lot of time out bush.’
    • ‘My brother asked if I'd like to join him on a little trip out bush.’
    • ‘The main initiative, about once a fortnight, is taking kids who want to come out bush for one or two days.’