After the river Dart in Dartmouth.
- (Australia, New Zealand) Britain or England, the Old Country; London.
2003, John Williams, German Anzacs And The First World War, page 9:
- The ‘Old Dart’ mattered little to German Australians but the empire was another matter and Australia was their home.
- 2003, Di Morrissey, Barra Creek, 2010, page 432,
- ‘I have a whole range of new talents, Dad. I can muster a mob of cattle, break in a horse, speak pidgin, and at a pinch, stitch up someone′s head.’
- ‘Very useful in the Old Dart,’ he commented dryly and returned to his newspaper.
2004, Mark Browning, Rod Marsh: A Life in Cricket, page 55:
- Marsh′s experiences during his first days in the Old Dart were no different from most Australian cricketers′.