noun, plural swag·men. Australian.
Examples from the Web for swagman
If it was a footman (swagman), and he was short of tobacco, old Howlett always had half a stick ready for him.On the Track|Henry Lawson
Well, the only thing left to tell you is where the swagman came in.A Little Bush Maid|Mary Grant Bruce
The man was a Foot Traveller, or Swagman, and presented a somewhat singular appearance.The Childerbridge Mystery|Guy Boothby
The swagman dodged and parried, and soon put in a swinging blow on the left temple.The Book of the Bush|George Dunderdale
The trouble was that he couldn't make up his mind whether to be a Traveller or a Swagman.The Magic Pudding|Norman Lindsay