Making every conversation count.
is a long, loud, two-note, high-pitched call adopted by the first Europeans from the Australian Aborigines. According to the Australian Geographic, it comes from the Dharug word ‘gu-wī’ which means ‘come here’ but the Europeans noted that the Dharug used it as a shrill call to communicate over long distances. It is distinctly Australian. If you shout out a ‘coo-ee’ at a sporting event anywhere in the world, you’re likely to get at least one reply.