Prime Ministers of Australia

Name all the Prime Ministers of Australia.
Parties: Liberal, Labor, Country, Protectionist, Nationalist, Free Trade, Commonwealth Liberal, Multiple
Quiz by cjwestaus
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Last updated: September 5, 2018
First submittedApril 16, 2012
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Years
Prime Minister
2018-
Scott Morrison
2015-2018
Malcolm Turnbull
2013-2015
Tony Abbott
2013
Kevin Rudd
2010-2013
Julia Gillard
2007-2010
Kevin Rudd
1996-2007
John Howard
1991-1996
Paul Keating
1983-1991
Bob Hawke
1975-1983
Malcolm Fraser
1972-1975
Gough Whitlam
1971-1972
William McMahon
Years
Prime Minister
1968-1971
John Gorton
1967-1968
John McEwen
1966-1967
Harold Holt
1949-1966
Robert Menzies
1945-1949
Ben Chifley
1945
Frank Forde
1941-1945
John Curtin
1941
Arthur Fadden
1939-1941
Robert Menzies
1939
Earle Page
1932-1939
Joseph Lyons
1929-1932
James Scullin
Years
Prime Minister
1923-1929
Stanley Bruce
1915-1923
Billy Hughes
1914-1915
Andrew Fisher
1913-1914
Joseph Cook
1910-1913
Andrew Fisher
1909-1910
Alfred Deakin
1908-1909
Andrew Fisher
1905-1908
Alfred Deakin
1904-1905
George Reid
1904
Chris Watson
1903-1904
Alfred Deakin
1901-1903
Edmund Barton
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Level 14
Jun 30, 2013
Rudd is now PM again
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Level 56
Sep 7, 2013
And now Abbott...
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Level 41
Jul 4, 2016
And now who knows?
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Level 65
Sep 15, 2015
Is it still too soon to add Turnbull?
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Level 35
May 1, 2016
Hawke and Keating were not Liberal PMs...
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Level 58
May 5, 2016
Yeah, this. Something weird going on there.
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Level 74
Jul 2, 2016
You do realise it's Election Day in Australia today? There's a 50% chance you'll be adding a new name to this list before the day is over!
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Level 47
Jul 2, 2016
Thats not how odds work. As of last week the odds were at 8:1 against labor
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Level 41
Jul 4, 2016
Well odds are saying, get stuffed because I'm pretty sure there'll be a new name on this list, we just don't know who....

Did anyone else get passed whitlam and go, who on earth was PM before the 70s? I only knew Holt and Curtin because of stories about them.

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Level 51
Jul 29, 2016
Well, Turnbull managed to scrape in. But at the rate we're going there will be a new name some time soon. Before the 70s I knew only Barton, Menzies, Holt and Hughes because we learnt about him at school when we did WWI.
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Level 78
Jul 2, 2016
Of the 4 daily quizzes, I blasted through the other 3 with perfect scores. Then I saw this and only managed 4 of them. WOW! I feel stupid now.
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Level 72
Jul 2, 2016
The dates for Hawke and Keating should be red. Can't imagine either of them would like being called Liberals!
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Level 71
Jul 2, 2016
Only Abbott, Turnbull and Gillard. Sorry moi8s.
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Level 63
Jul 2, 2016
There are two mistakes: Hawke and Keating were Labor, and the Australian Labor Party spells its name without a U.
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Level ∞
Jul 2, 2016
All fixed now
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Level 58
Jul 3, 2016
Wow. TIL I know very little about Australian government.
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Level 53
Jul 5, 2016
Bring back Julia!
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Level 75
Jul 5, 2016
For all those who think Rudd, Gillard, Rudd is confusing, at least it isn't Deakin, Watson, Reid, Deakin, Fisher, Deakin, Fisher, Cook, Fisher.
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Level 60
Nov 26, 2016
I love it that Billy Hughes was "multiple". They don't change parties like that nowadays.
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Level 51
Feb 9, 2017
Disappointed that Kevin07 isn't an accepted answer.
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Level 47
Feb 19, 2017
Harold Holt went missing out at sea so we named a swimming pool after him.
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Level 83
Jul 8, 2018
I finished with 4:59 left!! And 0 answers.
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Level 66
Sep 5, 2018
Update please, ScoMo is the new PM
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Level 61
Sep 8, 2018
Only 5 more Prime Ministers until Christmas!
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Level 70
Sep 9, 2018
Only two of these worth a bar of soap.
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Level 27
Sep 9, 2018
wow i don't like scomo!! did u see how he was on sunrise?? what a dud.
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Level 43
Jun 13, 2019
What does multiple mean?

Also didn't realise that the Country party ever had anyone in office

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Level 72
Mar 7, 2021
Billy Hughes was the leader of the Labor party, which then splintered to form the National Labor Party, which then merged with the Commonwealth Liberal party to form the Nationalist party.

So while he was PM he was the leader of 3 parties.

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Level 47
Sep 7, 2019
It makes me cringe that this quiz accepts Scomo as an answer for Scott Morrison.
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Level 56
Oct 27, 2019
How do you write colored text in the instructions. I wanna do that in my Indian PMs quiz- https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/122342/indian-prime-ministers-quiz
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Level 62
Jul 11, 2020
I managed to get them all back to Gough Whitlam. I'm sketchy before that.
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Level 73
Mar 26, 2021
Why are the two Australian parties the Liberal party and the Labor party? I know at least in Britain, the Labor party is the liberal party.