It’s Australia Day on Tuesday. How much do you know about the Land Down Under?
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The Sunday Quiz: Australia
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Kangaroos are officially the nuts. There’s nothing they can’t do. Well, OK, there are some things. Which one of these isn’t true?
Before being officially named, Melbourne was known as what? No, seriously.
Which Australian actor said: “I wanted to be a racing driver but, you know – this’ll do”?
How many people have held the position of Prime Minister of Australia since 1 June 2013?
In 1824, explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell climbed a peak in the Great Dividing Range and named it after their feelings at the summit. What did they pick?
Swimmer Ian Thorpe is Australia’s most successful Olympian. How many gold medals does he have?
The Queensland town built on the site of James Cook’s second landing in 1770 is called what?
Which Australian author is one of only three people to have won the Booker Prize twice?
Tasmania has three species of snake: Tiger, Lowland Copperhead and White-lipped. How many of those could kill you?