October 11, 2019

Baby girl names have been on your list but you’ve been so busy setting up the nursery and getting everything else ready, you’ve left the final decision until the last minute.

Don’t worry she won’t remain nameless, there’s still time to choose a beautiful name that captures her essence perfectly.

When it comes to choosing names for girls, Australian parents are much more imaginative than previous generations. So think outside the box and see if any of these creative, unusual or trending names hits the spot!

Trending Baby Girl Names

If you want a trending baby girl name that’s top of the list then you can’t go wrong with Charlotte. Thanks to the little royal English miss, Charlotte has been number one four years in a row. Last year 1,673 baby girls were named Charlotte.

Of course, that could mean she could meet quite a few other Charlotte’s at school when she grows up. You could always call her Charlie for a more modern alternative.

Here are the top 25 trending baby girl names that are popular right now:

1. Charlotte
2. Olivia
3. Ava
4. Amelia
5. Mia
6. Isla
7. Grace
8. Ella
9. Chloe
10. Harper
11. Zoe
12. Sophie
13. Evie
14. Evelyn
15. Isabella
16. Ruby
17. Emily
18. Ivy
19. Lily
20. Willow
21. Matilda
22. Lucy
23. Sophia
24. Aria
25. Georgia

Unusual Baby Girl Names

Since trending baby names tend to be highly influenced by celebrities, it’s not surprising that they get copied by not so famous parents. That being said, a child with a unique name does stand out so here are 50 names for you to consider for your one-of-a-kind baby!

1. Addilyn
2. Adley
3. Analia
4. Armelle
5. Aviana
6. Bexley
7. Brinley
8. Britta
9. Bronwyn
10. Calla
11. Camari
12. Darby
13. Delaney
14. Dinah
15. Elora
16. Ember
17. Embry
18. Farren
19. Gracen
20. Grecia
21. Greer
22. Harlyn
23. Hartley
24. Hensley
25. Ina
26. Isa
27. Jaelyn
28. Kaia
29. Laken
30. Larkin
31. Lilith
32. Makena
33. Maren
34. Merritt
35. Mireya
36. Nimah
37. Oriana
38. Rhea
39. Rowen
40. Royce
41. Sena
42. Syden
43. Thea
44. Ulani
45. Uri
46. Weylyn
47. Zael
48. Zariah
49. Zaylee
50. Zuri

Aussie Inspired Baby Girl Names

If you want an Aussie inspired name for your baby girl you’re in luck. There are plenty to choose from. Australian native plants, cities, rivers and beaches make for some cool and unusual baby girl names for patriotic parents.

Here are 20 homegrown suggestions to consider.

1. Acacia
2. Airlie
3. Allora
4. Ariah
5. Bindi
6. Calliope
7. Diamantina
8. Emerald
9. Kiandra
10. Isa
11. Indigo
12. Jannali
13. Jericho
14. Junee
15. Leonora
16. Marlo
17. Morgan
18. Riana
19. Venus
20. Zanthus

We hope you enjoyed this tour through Baby Girl Names. Good luck with your new little princess – whatever you end up naming her. And whether your baby girl is a Charlotte, a Calliope, a Lily or a Lisbeth, she’ll feel comfy and dry wearing Little One’s nappies.

What’s your favourite baby girl name? SHARE with us in the comments below.

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  • So many nice ones! I like Ava & Amelia. I named one of my daughter’s Zoe and hers is on the list it was between that and Chloe and they are both there but so many lovely names

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  • My 2 daughters names are not on the list either

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  • So many lovely girls’ names. Easier than naming a boy.

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  • my girls names didn’t make any list! there are some gorgeous names on all the lists though.

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  • There are a lot of old names on the list. It’s great to see them come back. I like Grace

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  • There are quite a few lovely names on the list

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  • I’ve avoided names that are on top lists precisely so they have less chance of having someone in their classes with the same names. But still kept it simple, like Alana.

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  • A lot of unheard of names on these lists. My daughters names aren’t there though, not her first or middle names, not to be seen on any of these lists. Must be original

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  • If I ever have another girl, I want to name her Jean, or Eleanor (Ellie for short).

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  • I like the name Royce very different, thanks

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  • Between those names, I like Sophie and Sophia.

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  • Such lovely names & suggestions here.

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  • So many beautiful names for girls – unusual and traditional – couldn’t pick one favourite.

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  • There are some lovely names on these lists. I love the shorter names its so much easier when it comes to learning to write. I have three sons and they all have shorter names and not really trendy either more classic names.

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  • i know so many kids with these names…. trending up!!

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