Our Top 5 Australian Pronunciation Resources

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I love making resources on Pronunciation

I go to sleep at night a happy speech pathologist knowing that my team and I have assisted 1000’s of people to improve their English speaking via our Australian Pronunciation Resources and clinic!

We’ve made a stack of resources over the years, many of which are only accessible to our clients via their Cadenza portal, but I thought this blog post is a good chance to share our free Australian Pronunciation Resources – the top 5, because I think you’ll find them really helpful.

I’ve also popped a behind the scenes vlog of a typical admin day as director at Voice Science. This is a chance for you to tune into my real spoken English and pick up some new cultivated Australian accent hacks. I hope you like it! No two days are the same for me, but this one was definitely a fun (and busy) one.

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The Sounds of Australian English

This resource gives you the complete sounds of Australian English categorised with the phonetic alphabet and free with a 5 minute audio tutorial. One of our most popular downloads for the year!

How to pronounce 99 difficult medical words

Find medical words a nightmare to say confidently? This tool has helped 100’s of medical professionals. Complete with a list of 99 words and a free audio tutorial on their pronunciation, this is a vital resource for any medical professional wanting to increase their speaking clarity. Also helpful for non medical professionals.

The Emotional vocabulary builder

This resource is a fantastic tool if you are struggling to come up with the words to use when under pressure or expressing your emotions. It will help you to create a template outline to capture typical Australian Expressions when talking about your feelings!

Powerful Regular Verbs

This resource provides you with the tool to start improving your pronunciation of regular verbs. Use it to have the most common verbs of English at your finger tips. You can use this resource to correct your present tense “ing” pronunciation or alongside any target sound covered in our Youtube pronunciation tutorials. 

How to Reduce your filler sounds

Using “um” and “ah” too much can really reduce your English speaking confidence. Which is why we developed this quick guide to reducing your filler sounds. Make sure you also check the blog post, linked, for more ideas and strategies: The Cure to Your Word Finding Difficulties.

Tune in to my Cultivated Australian Accent

This video will be published at 8pm AEST on the 27th of December, 2020, so if you get to this page earlier than then, don’t forget to turn on the YouTube Premiere reminder button.

What next?

Don’t forget, no accent is better than another & there’s no such thing as a strong accent.

Clarity and confidence matter more than your sound. 

Thank you so much for watching. I hope this vlog has given you some new insights things to think about if you need to advocate for your speaking and identity in Melbourne. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. 


Ciao for now,


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Important Disclaimer

Important Disclaimer!!!

The Aussie Accent is not the only way to speak English.

In fact, in Australia, we have numerous different forms of English pronunciation, and I’d argue that all of them are as legitimate and official as each other.


Your speaking is not inferior if you live in Australia but don’t have an Aussie accent.


Currently, there are more non-native speakers of English than native, so no one can tell you that using a mainstream Aussie accent is the only correct way to speak if you live in Australia.