All across Australia, there is so much to discover. From South Australia, Western Australia, to the Eastern and Northern Parts, you’ll discover something new. Let’s look into some trivia from Queensland, New South Wales, Melbourne, and all the other parts of the land down under.
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|What is the name of the popular Australian food spread used on sandwiches, toast and pastries?||▶ Vegemite|
|Geelong is a port city located in what country?||▶ Australia|
|What is the capital city of Australia?||▶ Canberra|
|What city in Australia has the highest population?||▶ Sydney|
|What is the most popular spectator sport in Australia?||▶ Australian Rules Football|
|What is the longest river in Australia?||▶ The Murray River|
|How long is the Sydney Harbour Bridge?||▶ 1149 metres|
|What year did the Sydney Opera House open?||▶ 1973|
|The dingo is a free ranging dog found mainly in which country?||▶ Australia|
|At what age did Australian Nobel Prize winner Sir (William) Lawrence Bragg get the award?||▶ 25 years old|
|What’s the largest coral reef off the shore of Australia?||▶ The Great Barrier Reef|
|When did the first Melbourne Cup happen?||▶ 1861|
|What’s Australia’s national flower?||▶ The Golden Wattle|
|What’s the title of Australia’s national anthem?||▶ “Advance Australia Fair”|
|What’s the largest desert in Australia?||▶ The Great Victoria Desert|
|Which Australian celebrity is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF since 1994 and for UNIFEM since 2006?||▶ Nicole Kidman|
|Where does Kangaroo Island rank in terms of island size?||▶ Third|
|Which Australian city is the least densely populated?||▶ Darwin|
|Who was the 17th prime minister of Australia?||▶ Harold Holt|
|What’s the largest sand island in Australia?||▶ Fraser Island|
|What Australian city is considered the “opal capital of the world”?||▶ Coober Pedy|
|A koala’s diet consists mainly of what?||▶ Eucalyptus leaves|
|The duck billed platypus is native to what country?||▶ Australia|
|What is the term for a group of kangaroos?||▶ Mob, troop or court|
|How many colors does the Australian flag have?||▶ Three (Red, white, and blue)|
|When does Australia Day occur?||▶ 26 January, although the public holiday is moved to an alternate date|
|What’s the Australian-themed movie that features the adventures of Mick Dundee?||▶ “Crocodile Dundee”|
|Who’s the Australian singer and actor who played Wolverine in the X-Men movie series?||▶ Hugh Jackman|
|What year did the popular Australian band “The Saints” start playing?||▶ 1974|
|What’s Australia’s national cake?||▶ Lamington|
|Who is Australia’s head of government?||▶ Prime Minister|
|Who is Australia’s head of state?||▶ The Queen (Queen Elizabeth II)|
About the Author
Tim majored in Humanities with a bachelor in English and Theatre at New York State University. He lectured on entertainment business studies for three years at Plymouth College.
Tim has been a trivia host in his current hometown of Pittsburgh for the past two years. He enjoys hanging out with people who love trivia just as much as he does.
His friends call him the Question Master.