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REMEMBER: Australia in the ‘90s.

It’s safe to say our studio is a pretty nostalgic bunch. Every now and then, we like to take a a trip down memory lane and reflect on some of our weirdest and most wonderful childhood memories. The kind of things that make us say “did we dream that? Or was there really a tiki-themed buffet on Burwood Highway with a giant volcano out the front?”. In the spirit of sentimentality, we thought we’d put together a list of things that defined Australian culture in the ‘90s – prepare to have a vault of long-buried memories unlocked.

1. All-You-Can-Eat Pizza Hut
Pour one out for the fallen soldier that is Pizza Hut’s All-You-Can-Eat restaurants. Featuring an unlimited supply of pizza, pasta, salad and dessert, there truly was nothing better.

2. Smorgies
Everyone’s favourite tiki-themed buffet, Smorgies was where hunger went to die. Mountains and mountains of food surrounded by stuffed animals and talking trees, with that iconic Volcano facade – what more could you want in a restaurant?

3. Johnson and Friends
There was something so unnerving about this 90s kids show. Was it the hot water bottle wobbling its way across our screens? Or the permanently smiling accordion? Or the strangle

4. Round the Twist
Listening to the Round the Twist theme song is kind of like jumping in a time machine and straight to 1992. Bizarre storylines, iconic coastal scenery and legendary Australian actors made for television gold.

5. Owning a Nokia 6610
While not specific to Australia, this trusty brick of a phone was the height of tech innovation in the 90s. To be able to play snake and send SMS’s was everything we needed and more.

6. The Life Ed Van/Harold the Giraffe
If you were a school kid during the 90s, you’ll remember the thrill of seeing the Life Ed Van parked on your oval. We hear Harold is still doing the rounds – some things are truly timeless!

7. The Children’s Birthday Cake Book
Having sold half a million copies, this classic book turned any birthday party into a 10/10. Our favourite was always the iconic swimming pool cake, complete with jelly and a fence make from TV snacks.

8. Rage on Saturday Mornings
Hearing the sensual whisper of the word ‘Rage’ was how you knew it was a Saturday morning in the 90s and early 2000s. The program sparked a musical awakening in so many people, before the days of Youtube and Spotify.

9. Milky Bar Kid
The Milky Bar Kid spanned generations, but we always remember those legendary 90s ads. “It’s the Milky Bar Kid!!” … what a time to be alive.

10. Sunny Boys
The discontinuation of the much-loved Sunny Boy was a crime against humanity. These triangular shaped icy poles were the ultimate refresher on a hot Australian afternoon. @Coles, @Woolies: please restock!

11. Maccas Birthday Parties
If you were lucky enough to have a maccas party, you’d instantly skyrocket to the most popular kid in the class. These shindigs were utter chaos, and a rite of passage for many Aussie Kids.

12. 1300 6555 06!
The jingle for the Read Writing Hotline is imprinted on our brains and shows no signs of leaving. Whoever wrote this tune is a musical genius!