He's shaping as well as anyone could expect; but he won't always have billabong at his back.
"But there never was any union touch about billabong," said Mrs. Brown.
The long slow journey to billabong homestead was accomplished.
But I drove the old buggy away from billabong, and I'll drive home now.
Only, motors and billabong don't go hand in hand—we've always stuck to horses, haven't we, Mr. Jim?
And billabong has adopted you, and we're going to see that you make a success of things.
Mattresses, air pillows, nourishment—she'd thought of everything, and the wagon was all ready to start when I got to billabong.
From billabong came daily hampers that greatly relieved their labours.
I thought you'd sing anthems on the very word billabong all through the voyage, especially in your bath.
My word, wouldn't a fire race across the billabong plains this year!
Australian, "backwater, stagnant pool," 1865, from Billibang, Aboriginal name of Bell River, from billa "water" + bang, of uncertain meaning.