100 Questions about Australia
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Commonwealth of Australia
What's the correct phonetic spelling of the above?
Biggest city in Northern Territory
Biggest city in the West
Most populous state
New South Wales
Official national anthem
Advance Australia Fair
This star constellation can be found on Australia‘s flag
City located near the geographic centre
Large sandstone rock "near" the above
Other name for the above
If an Australian crosses the Ditch, where will he end up?
in New Zealand
Largest coral reef system
Great Barrier Reef
Highest, almost unpronounceable mountain
Vast, remote interior of Australia
Sparsely populated regions outside the metropolitan areas
Australia's two biggest deserts
Probably the only place where Chinese are the majority
Current prime minister
Longest-serving prime minister
Prime Minister who went swimming (in office) and was never seen again
Australia got its independence from whom?
What is celebrated on January 26?
The two most popular nicknames
Name for the indigenous Australians
Group of ships that arrived in 1788
Island state originally known as
Van Diemen's Land
Policy banning Asians and Pacific Islanders from entering to Australia, 1901-1973
Three best-known animals
Which leaves does the latter love to eat?
These two animals are the only egg-laying mammals and live of course in Australia
How do you call a labrador-poodle breed mix?
Biggest political parties
Universal health care system
It will always return
Famous bush poet
His most famous work
Famous character with a huge glasses and purple hair
Dame Edna Everage
Best-known Australian TV soap opera
Most popular tourist attractions in the biggest city
Tube-shaped musical instrument of Indigenous Australians
Famous band 1:
Famous band 2:
Back in Black
Sport that attracts the most people
Australian rules football
This cricketer is seen as the greatest batsman of all time
Official nickname of the Australian national soccer team
Most famous beach in Sydney
Pest-exclusion fence longer than 5,000 km
This way of taking a photo of yourself is actually an Australian invention
If an Australian invites you to "Macca's", where will you end up?
Australian version of Burger King
Which military corps is honored every 25 April?
Passenger train that crosses the Australian desert north to south
Truck pulling many trailers
National airline company
Kingsford Smith Intl.
What is 'Kalgoorlie'?
What is 'Migaloo'?
a white whale
Very famous food spread
Meringue dessert and national dessert (disputed with New Zealand)
Actress known for
The Crocodile Hunter
Founder of WikiLeaks
Media mogul and establisher of Fox News
Recording device to investigate flight accident, invented by Australians
Mapping service by Google, established by Australians
Melbourne used to be called by this superheroic name
Lake Hillier is a very special lake. What colour does its water have?
Most popular pizza topping
A town in Queensland was named after a year. Which one?
Invented deadly animal used to scare tourists
Australian term for a ranch
Anna Creek is the biggest ^ and with 24,000 km
slightly larger than this Middle East country
National broadcasting company
In 1933, this state voted to secede, the government prohibited it
Australian term for a disadvantaged state
1906 silent film and oldest full-length film
The Story of the
This soprano can be found on the $100 note
Dame Nellie Melba
'Down Under', by this band, became a patriotic song in Australia
Men at Work
Jun 3, 2018
OK, for this quiz I was questioning my sources often, but it turned everything is true! This went from a Never Never River over a Prime Minister and beer drinking champion until the law
to swim in public beaches during the day
Jun 3, 2018
Good quiz. Do Australians really use the American spelling for Labour?
Jun 4, 2018
Since 1912, yes (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Labor_Party)
Sep 22, 2018
Only in the name of the political party. The standard British spelling applies in other contexts.
Jun 4, 2018
Great quiz, as always. Maybe give some more leeway on Kosciuszco? I forgot about the z and had to look it up before I figured it out.
Sep 22, 2018
By what standard is The Australian (a high brow broadsheet) the best selling newspaper? The Herald Sun is most often described as that (a low brow tabloid).
Great quiz by the way.
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