Aussies teaching Poms to speak 'Strayan'. Great story, I'm sure. There's some great differences between Kiwi English and 'Strayan' too.
The best example of differences is about the flat rubber sandal with toe straps seen during summer in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In Australia they are "thongs", in NZ "jandals" and in the UK "flip flops". In the UK thongs are worn under your trousers. An Aussie name for trousers is also pants. Pants in the United Kingdom are worn under your trousers.
There is also a lot of slinging off between kiwis and Aussies pertaining to pronunciation. Aussies claim we say fush and chups, we claim Aussies say Feesh and cheeps. There are many examples. I bet there are many examples between Poms and Ausies. Click on the link below.