Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aaliyah

Highly regarded

Arabic

Abigail

Father’s rejoice

Hebrew

Addison

Son of Adam

English

Alexis

Defender

Greek

Alice

Of nobility

German

Amelia

Work

German

Anna

Gracious

Hebrew

Annabelle

Lovable and graceful

English

Aria

Vocal solo

English

Ariana

Most holy

Latin

Audrey

Noble strength

English

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Ava

To live

Latin

Ayla

Terebinth tree

Hebrew

Bella

Beautiful one

Italian

Billie

A feminine diminutive of William.

English

Bonnie

Fine, attractive, pretty

Scottish

Charlie

Free man

English

Charlotte

Free man

French

Chelsea

Chalk landing place

English

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Claire

Clear and bright

French

Clara

Bright and clear

Latin

Daisy

Daisy flower

English

Eden

Paradise

Hebrew

Eleanor

Of unknown meaning

English

Elena

Shining light

Greek

Elizabeth

God is my oath

Hebrew

Ella

Other goddess

Hebrew

Ellie

Shortened form of El- names

English

Eloise

Healthy one

English

Elsie

God is my oath

English

Emilia

To rival

Latin

Emily

To excel

Latin

Emma

Whole or universal

German

Eva

Life

Hebrew

Evelyn

Desired one

English

Evie

Life

English

Florence

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Frankie

From France

Latin

Freya

Lady

Scandinavian

Georgia

Farmer

English

Grace

Gracious one

English

Hannah

Grace

Hebrew

Harper

Harp Player

English

Harriet

Home ruler

German

Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

Heidi

Noble one

German

Imogen

Maiden

Irish

Indiana

From India

Latin

Isabella

Devoted to God

Italian

Isabelle

God is my oath

French

Isla

Island

Scottish

Ivy

Ivy plant

English

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

Lara

Protection

Latin

Layla

Night

Arabic

Lilly

Lily flower

English

Lily

Lily flower

English

Lola

The sorrows

Spanish

Lucy

Of the light

English

Luna

The moon

Latin

Mackenzie

Son of Coinneach

Scottish

Maddison

Son of Maud

English

Madeline

Woman from Magdala

English

Madison

Son of Maud

English

Matilda

Mighty in battle

German

Maya

Dream

Indian (Sanskrit)

Mia

Dear

Scandinavian

Mila

Dear and gracious

Slavic

Millie

Gentle strength

English

Olive

Olive tree

English

Olivia

Olive tree

Latin

Penelope

Weaver

Greek

Peyton

From Pacca's town

English

Phoebe

Bright and pure

Greek

Piper

Pipe player

English

Pippa

An Italian diminutive form of Philippa.

Greek

Poppy

‚ÄúThe milk of happiness,‚ÄĚ from the Latin papaver, the name of a plant having thick, milky juice, on the basis of papa, thick milk.

Latin

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

Rose

Rose flower

English

Rosie

Rose

Latin

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Sadie

Princess

Hebrew

Sarah

Princess

Hebrew

Savannah

Large, grassy plain

English

Scarlett

Shade of red

English

Sienna

Reddish brown

English

Sofia

Wisdom

Greek

Sophia

Wisdom

Greek

Sophie

Wisdom

Greek

Stella

Celestial star

Latin

Summer

Summer season

English

Thea

Gift of God

Greek

Victoria

Victory

Latin

Violet

Violet flower

English

Willow

Willow tree

English

Zara

Blooming flower

English

Zoe

Life

Greek

Ever wonder what names are rocking in Oz? Look no further than the most popular Australian girl names. These beauties mirror our own U.S. charts in many ways but also feature monikers much rarer stateside. Let’s dig in!

The top 10 most popular Australian girl names are pretty similar to those in the USA. Charlotte is the reigning queen down under, and we’re not too surprised as she’s also quite popular here. Next up are Olivia and Amelia, two classic cuties that also appear in the U.S. top 10. Our first new find is Isla, a Scottish sweetheart meaning “island.” With her soft sound and unique vowel start, we’re surprised she isn’t more common stateside. Two familiar faces appear next: Mia and Ava. are next up, as these petite powerhouses continue to shine far and wide. Rounding out the top 10 Australian girl names are Grace, Willow, Harper, and Chloe.

Down under, you’ll find many classics like the royal-linked Elizabeth and Victoria. You likely recognize Audrey, too, an Old Hollywood beauty¬†meaning “noble strength.” The vintage Eleanor is making major strides with Aussie parents, much like she is here, while the Hebrew gem Abigail continues to wow in Oz. See Madeline and Annabelle for more common classics in Australia.

Many popular girl names in Australia aren’t as common here. Matilda is a classic example of this. Meaning “might in battle,” this strong name has a soft sound and heaps of adorable nickname options, including Mattie and Tillie. Florence and Harriet share this nickname-rich style and are just as well-loved down under. Aussies also adore¬†Zara, an English stunner derived from Zahrah. She’s another moniker we’re surprised isn’t catching on with more American parents, as her sound is as beautiful as her meaning of “blooming flower.” Check out Imogen, Bonnie, and Poppy for more common Australian girl names that aren’t as popular in the U.S.

You’ll notice that girl names popular in Australia tend to have a lighter “nickname” feel to them. This youthful spirit makes them feel fun and upbeat. Evie is a beloved beaut. Often used as a nickname for Evelyn, Evangeline, and Everly, she means “life.” Ellie and Elsie also share this style and are super close in sound and appearance. They’re both shortened forms of Elizabeth, and both names flow nicely with most last names. Other popular picks with this style are Lucy, Billie, and Millie.

Browse the rest of our list to see more amazing Australian girl names.