On the bright side, at least the country isn't technically going backwards.
Every quarter, global content distributors Akamai put out a report showcasing the state of the internet in each country and continent. We've checked in with it before, much in the same way you open your bills or check your bank balance, bracing for disappointment.
And the latest report, well, doesn't fail to disappoint. Enter stage right, this handy infographic from Bloomberg.
The one silver lining amongst all of this is that Australia's internet is getting better. It's just not improving as fast as most of the other major countries in the Asia-Pacific.
Oh look, Sri Lanka has a greater adoption of broadband over 4mbps than Australia does. Isn't that nice.
And for adoption rates of internet that's 15mbps or faster, New Zealand well past Australia. The good news here is that year on year, Australia's getting better. Not as fast as New Zealand, but we're getting there.
Here's the average connection and average peak connection speeds for APAC. Australia comes in at, well, 50th and 64th respectively:
Isn't Aussie internet just the best?