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After six years writing Australian trivia questions for a pub quiz and then setting up the Australian Quizzing Association, let’s just say I have spent many years compiling Australian Quiz questions and answers for lots of different audiences including Sony PlayStation and even a few for Mastermind.

For many years writing trivia questions was more just a hobby for me so today I decided it was time to dust off the old notebooks and type up some of my favourites so you can either study them before you next pub quiz, adopt them to ask at you next fundraiser or just test yourself to see how much Australian trivia you actually know!

The questions are a mix of multiple choice, true and false and regular Q and A style. Some of this Australian trivia is pretty challenging, but we wanted to add some new content rather than just rehash all the standard free Aussie questions already online.

Australian Trivia Questions

25 Trivia Australian Firsts Questions

We did we invent? What did we discover? Who did it first? Let’s see how many of these famous Aussie firsts you can remember hearing about.

  1. During which year of the 1980s was it first possible to spend a $1 coin?
  2. Which Australian City was the first to host a Summer Olympics?
  3. Which Australian university became the first in Australia to admit women as student on equal terms back in 1881?
  4. In 1968, which US fast-food chain became the first to open a branch in Australia?
  5. Name the first horse to be a three-time winner of the Melbourne Cup?
  6. The first Australian lifesaving club was founded on which Aussie beach?
  7. From a giant prawn in Ballina to an enormous ram in Goulburn, what is considered the first “BIG thing” in Australia?
  8. Who was the first person to perform at the iconic Australia landmark, the Sydney Opera House, when he sang Ol’ Man River?
  9. The first mobile phone went on sale in Australia for $4,250 in the 1980s, which year?
  10. Which sport was first played at Ballarat goldfields Australia in 1855?
  11. Who in 1984 became Australia’s first female heart transplant recipient?
  12. What was the name of the first full-length feature film, released in 2006, made entirely in an Australian Aboriginal language, ?
  13. Racehorse Delta Blues, winner of the Melbourne Cup in 2006, was the first horse from that country to win, which country?
  14. Charles Kingsford Smith made the first Tasman air flight in September 1928 when he flew 14 hours from Richmond Airport in Sydney to which New Zealand city?
  15. On what occasion was Advance Australia Fair first played internationally as the national anthem?
  16. In which decade did Victoria become the first state in Australia to introduce Random Breath Testing?
  17. In which state did Australia’s first international airport open?
  18. A small town in which state was the first to ban plastic shopping bags in 2003?
  19. What did the Australian treasury introduce in 1973?
  20. When did the first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras take place in Sydney?
  21. The first Australian railway opened in 1854, in which state or territory?
  22. Where in 1823 was Australia’s first Gold Rush?
  23. Who became the first woman to sail solo and non-stop around the globe west to east in 189 days?
  24. In 1960, scientist Frank Macfarlane Burnet, became the first person to receive which award?
  25. Australia and the world’s first feature film was about which bushranger?
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25 Australian Geography Quiz Questions

  1. How many of Australia’s UNESCO World Heritage sites are in the Northern Territory?
  2. In which Australian State would you find a natural Australian landmark known as Australia Rock?
  3. Popular with rock climbers in which Australian state would you visit the Grampians?
  4. The Gibson Desert is the largest desert in which Australian State?
  5. In area which is Australia’s 3rd largest state?
  6. Australia has some spectacular waterfalls, which state is home to the highest permanent single drop waterfall?
  7. If travelling by road which two Australian states are furthest apart?
  8. Many Aussie road trippers have a visit to Poeppel Corner on their wish list. Where exactly in Australia is Poeppel Corner?
  9. The wine-growing region of Swan Valley is a popular day trip from which Australia city?
  10. In which state is Australia’s deepest lake, Lake St Clair?
  11. You will find the SS Maheno Shipwreck on the beach on which Australian Island?
  12. Which is bigger, Kangaroo Island or Fraser Island?
  13. Which National Park in New South Wales is the second oldest in the world?
  14. True or False – The national flower of Australia is the Waratah.
  15. The longest stretch of straight stretch of road in Australia can be found on the Eyre Highway as it crosses the Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia. How long is this straight stretch? Is it A) 148 kilometres B) 161km or c) 188km
  16. How many hours does the Indian Pacific take to travel between Sydney and Perth?
  17. How many time zones are there in Australia?
  18. Which two Australian towns are known as the “Twin Town”?
  19. Name the military school which was opened in Canberra in 1911?
  20. In which Australian state would you find Sorrento, Rye, and Frankston Beaches?
  21. Where in Australia would you find the Tidbinbilla range?
  22. Which is longerthe Great Wall of China or the Australian “Dingo Fence”?
  23. What is the name of the stream train that runs through Victoria’s Dandenong mountains?
  24. Currie is the largest town and administrative centre on which Australian island?
  25. In which Australian state might you be enjoying the thermal pools in the town of Moree?


25 Australian Politics Trivia Questions

How much do you know about Australian Prime Ministers, our democracy and parliament? What can you remember from your last trip to Canberra? Let’s see….

  1. Which former Australian Prime Minister lost his own seat in the 2007 Federal Election?
  2. A beer drinking world record was set by which Aussie Prime Minister, who now has a Sydney based brewery named after him?
  3. Australia’s first female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, represented which state?
  4. Who is Australia’s Head of state?
  5. From which Australian beach was Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt said to have disappeared?
  6. Who was the taller Prime Minister Kevin Rudd or John Howard?
  7. Australian PM John Gorton represented which political party?
  8. Which Australian political party was formally launched in August 1992?
  9. Multiple choice: How many years after we elected the first women politicians was a toilet for women made available to them? .
  10. Old Parliament House is now a museum celebrating what?
  11. Who was the first indigenous Australian to sit in the Parliament of Australia?
  12. What is the name of Australia’s oldest political party?
  13. Who was the shortest serving Australian Prime Minister lasting just 8 days?
  14. Which former Australian Prime Minister managed a rock n roll band in his youth (extra point if you can name the band)
  15. Who was the prime minister of Australia from 1975 to 1983?
  16. Which Australian Prime Minister was dubbed “The Lizard of Oz” by the British press for daring to touch the Queen?
  17. Which former Australian politician shares his surname with that of a bird?
  18. In 1957, who was the first aboriginal to be made an Australian citizen?
  19. Who was the first Indigenous Australian woman elected to Australian parliament?
  20. Lazarus Rising is the autobiography of which Former Prime Minister?
  21. Which former Prime Minister sold his shares in the internet service provider OzEmail in 1999 for $57million?
  22. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews fronted his Covid press conferences for several months wearing a jacket from which brand?
  23. The largest star on the Australian flag is known as the what star?
  24. Who was the first Australian Prime Minister born in the 20th Century?
  25. Tim Freedman is the lead singer of which Australian band that shares its name with a past Prime Minister?
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25 Australia Sport Trivia questions

  1. Who was the first Australian woman to win a Wimbledon singles title?
  2. How many gold medals did Cathy Freeman win?
  3. Who is the only Australian woman to compete in both the summer and winter olympics?
  4. How many km is the Sydney City to Surf race?
  5. Which Tennis Champion first dubbed the Australian Open the “Happy Slam” during a pre-match interview?
  6. When did Australia win at the Group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup? Zero!
  7. What do Pat Rafter, Kay Cottee, Cathy Freeman and Steve Waugh have in common?
  8. Which National Rugby League franchise became the second to join the NRL in 1995?
  9. Which player took a plunge in the Yarra after securing back-to-back titles in extreme heat at the Australian Open Tennis tournament in 1993.
  10. Which AFL team moved to Sydney in 1982 to become the Sydney Swans?
  11. Former Australian Cricket Captain Ricky Ponting was born in which Australia state?
  12. Where did Steve Waugh play his last test?
  13. Which Australian Cricketer scored 172 runs in a one-day international in 2004?
  14. Karrie Webb is one of Australia’s most successful what?
  15. Charles Brownlow, after which the famous Brownlow medal was named, was an administrator and coach for which AFL club?
  16. Who was the first Aboriginal Australian to win a world title in sport?
  17. Which Aussie cricketer took the first ashes hat trick in over 90 years in 1994?
  18. Which Australian boxer was nicknamed the Marrickville mauler?
  19. How many times has Australia won the Rugby Union World Cup?
  20. Rugby League’s Dally M Award is named after which player?
  21. Nova Peris became the first Indigenous Australian to win a Gold Medal at the Olympic Games for which sport?
  22. Which swimmer was the first man in 92 years to earn medals in all the 200m, 400m and 1500m freestyle events at the 1996 Summer Olympics?
  23. Who scored Australia’s first ever world cup goal?
  24. What is the name of the medal awarded to AFL’s best and fairest player each year?
  25. What is the name of Shane Warne’s cricket team, who he recently led to their fourth Indian Premier League victory?
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25 Australian TV Trivia Questions

  1. Plucka Duck was a character on which classic Australia TV Show?
  2. Who won the Gold Logie 4 consecutive years from 1997 to 2000?
  3. Kath and Kim live in which suburb?
  4. Which actress has been a regular on home and away since she was 9 yrs old?
  5. Alex, Jodie, Stevie and Kate were all characters on which classic Aussie tv show that ran for 8 seasons?
  6. What was the name of Delta Goodrem’s character in Neighbours?
  7. Michael Caton wore his deceased wife’s dresses during his bereavement, in which TV series?
  8. In which show would you find the central characters picking up their children, Stella, Poppy and Tilda from school?
  9. Dr Patrick McNaughton is an obstetrician in which Aussie series set in Sydney?
  10. Julie and Dave celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in the first season of which Australia drama series?
  11. What is the name of the ABC TV series based on the novels of Kerry Greenwood?
  12. Anthony Callea, Paulini Curuenavuli and Jessica Mauboy, which one was not a runner-up on Australian Idol?
  13. The members of the Greenhills gang made life difficult for Debbie and Sue in which TV series?
  14. Lachy Hulme and Shane Jacobson joined forces to tell the story of which Australia disaster?
  15. Which Underbelly series depicted the Mr Asia drug syndicate?
  16. Deborah Mailman plays Alex Irving, a Coalition Senator for Queensland in which Australian drama series?
  17. Aaron Pedersen has played the Akubra-wearing outback detective Jay Swan in which movies and TV series?
  18. Name the series Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor play inept real estate agent in a sleepy Tasmania town?
  19. Who took out the first series of The Masked singer as the Robot?
  20. Who played Molly Meldrum in the 2016 mini series Molly?
  21. Which celebrity has won two Dancing with the Stars crowns?
  22. Which came first MasterChef Australia or My Kitchen Rules?
  23. The longest running TV show in Australia is Four Corners. How many years has it been on air?
  24. Before hosting channel 10s the Living Room Amanda Keller, she was a presenter on which 1980s popular science program?
  25. Who was Australia’s first bachelor on the reality TV Series The Bachelor?


15 Australian History Quiz Questions

  1. Who cut the ribbon when the Sydney Harbour Bridge opened on the 19 March 1932?
  2. At 5.6 on the Richter scale, the Newcastle earthquake, which sadly took 13 lives, struck in on December 28 in which year?
  3. Advance Australia Fair replaced God Save the Queen to become Australia’s national anthem in which year?
  4. How many ships were in the First Fleet?
  5. Which famous botanist sailed with Captain Cook?
  6. True or False, the design of the Australian Flag resulted from a public competition in 1901?
  7. On November 6th, 1999 Australians official said no to what?
  8. Where would you find Elizabeth Farm House, the oldest building in Australia?
  9. Which was the only Australian state settled without the use of convict labour?
  10. The remains of which spacecraft fell over Western Australia in 1979?
  11. In July 2003, Australia sent 2000 troops and police to which South Pacific country?
  12. Which Australian disaster cost 83 lives in 1977?
  13. Which renowned early Australian architect came to Sydney as a convict?
  14. In which decade did Patrick White became the first Australian to win a Nobel Prize for Literature.
  15. In which year of the nineties was the Anzac Bridge (formerly Glebe Island) opened?

15 Australia Oscars Trivia Questions

  1. Cate Blanchett won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2004 for which film in which she starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio?
  2. In 2006, which Australian Director became the first to win an Oscar for the best Animated Feature film?
  3. First Australian to win Best Actress for her role in The Hours?
  4. In 2017, which Australian became the first to be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar for portraying a real-life athlete (Tonya Harding)?
  5. Who was the first Australian-born person and first living Australian to win an acting Oscar?
  6. Nominated for 4 Best Director Oscars, including Dead Poets Society and the Truman Show, but failing to walk away a winner is which Australian?
  7. In which two categories has Australia won seven Oscars?.
  8. Who is the most awarded Australia in Oscar History?
  9. Which 2016 film starting Nicole Kidman was based on the book A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley?
  10. Crocodile Dundee is currently the highest grossing Australian film of all time. Did it receive any Oscar nominations?
  11. Which 1989 film directed by Bruce Beresford won the Best Picture Oscar in 1989?
  12. Moulin Rouge! nominated in 2002 for the Best Picture Oscar, was directed by which Australia?
  13. Which 2014 Oscar winning film was shot in Australia and based on a novel by F Scott Fitzgerald?
  14. Australian Chris Noonan was nominated for the Best Director gong for which animated feature firm?
  15. Hugh Jackman received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for which film?


15 Australia Food Quiz Questions

  1. In which Australian state did Cooper’s beer have its origins?
  2. Which town is Australia’s beef capital, clue: its name represents a den of iniquity?
  3. Australian breakfast staple Vegemite is known for its salty taste and high levels of which vitamin?
  4. Who is considered having founded the Australia beer industry opening the first commercial brewery in 1798?
  5. Which meat will you find in a Chiko Roll?
  6. The Lamington is considered a national cake, where in Australia was it first served?
  7. What is the Aussie slang term, a sausage served on a slice of bread at an election?
  8. Which nut is native to Australia and mainly found in Northern NSW and Queensland?
  9. What is the name of the famous Australian biscuit created for WW1 troops as its ingredients did not easily spoil?
  10. Popular at School fetes and country fairs, childhood favourite Honey Joys are made from which breakfast cereal?
  11. Australia’s most famous biscuit, the Tim Tam first hit the shelves in which decade?
  12. Which dessert was named after Australian Opera Singer born Helen Porter Mitchell?
  13. Fruchos are a cube of dried apricot and peach paste, coated in milk chocolate and a popular food (and souvenirs) from which Australian state?
  14. “It’s moments like these… ” is a catchphrase for which Australian confectionary?
  15. The Granite Belt is a wine region in which Australian State?
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15 Australian Music Quiz Questions

  1. Which Australia singer first officially represented Australia at Eurovision?
  2. Who played Emma Jackson in Home and Away before launching a pop career?
  3. Which Australian singer, immortalised by a huge mural in Adelaide’s city centre, requested the artist cover her face?
  4. Between 1982 and 1985, before Whispering Jack, John Farnham, was the lead singer of which band?
  5. Which famous Australian painter–who died in 1992 – provided the cover artwork for the Dire Straits album Alchemy?
  6. Which Abba song spent longest on the Australian Charts?
  7. Australian singer David Gordon Kirkpatrick is better known in his singing career as?
  8. Which of Midnight Oils song features the words “it belongs to them, let’s give it back” and was their biggest selling international hit?
  9. Which Aussie band took their name from that of an associate professor emeritus of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, who supported marijuana for medical use?
  10. Which Australian pop duo who disbanded in 2001 comprised Darren Hayes and Daniel Jones?
  11. Which Aussie band achieved international fame after touring with the boy band, One Direction on the Take me Home Tour in 2013?
  12. Amy Louise Billings is the birth name of which ARIA winning Australian indie pop singer?
  13. The Farris Brothers formed which Australian Rock Band but in 1977?
  14. The first “Big Day Out” was held on Australia day in Sydney in which year?
  15. Which Aussie band released their first studio album “High Voltage” in 1975?

15 Australia Animal Quiz Questions

How much do you know about Australian animals?

  1. What is the name of considered Australia’s national bird?
  2. What is the average lifespan of a koala? Is it 10 years, 15 years, 22 years?
  3. What is the largest living marsupial in the world?
  4. What is the heaviest flightless bird in Australia?
  5. Found along the northern coastlines of Australia, in Queensland, WA and NT, namethe most venomous marine animal alive?
  6. What name is given to a baby koala?
  7. Which Australian animal is only found in Western Australia?
  8. What are the two types of crocodile found in Australia?
  9. What black and white bird is most feared for its swooping between August and October?
  10. Which marsupial is considered the Australian Easter Bunny?
  11. Which Australian animal appears on the 5 cent coin?
  12. What type of animal is a sugar glider? A bird, a possum, or a bat?
  13. Which marsupial is known for its square poo?
  14. Besides the Kangaroo name another Australian animal that carries its babies in a pouch.
  15. True or false: crocodiles existed at the same time as dinosaurs in Australia?
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Australian Trivia Quiz Answers

We have bolded the actual answer but given you a bit more information because context usually helps when you get it wrong or are tying to appease a crowd.

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25 Australian Firsts Trivia Questions and Answers

  1. During which year of the 1980s was it first possible to spend a $1 coin?1984, May 14 to be exact!
  2. Which Australian City was the first to host a Summer Olympics? Melbourne hosted the Summer Olympics in 1956.
  3. Which Australian university became the first in Australia to admit women as student on equal terms back in 1881? The University of Adelaide was the second in the world to admit female students on equal terms in 1881.
  4. In 1968, which US fast-food chain became the first to open a branch in Australia? KFC was the first US fast-food chain to open in Australia, opening a branch in the western Sydney suburb of Guildford.
  5. Name the first horse to be a three-time winner of the Melbourne Cup? Makybe Diva won the Melbourne Cup in three consecutive races in 2003, 2004 and 2005.
  6. The first Australian lifesaving club was founded on which Aussie beach? They found the first Australian lifesaving club at Bondi in February 1907. (Manly was 1911 if you are wondering)
  7. What is considered to be the first BIG thing in Australia? The Big Scotsman in Medindie South Australia. While the Big Banana at Coffs Harbour started the Big Thing craze when it was built in 1964 but it was not the first big thing. That honor goes to the Big Scotsman which appeared a year earlier in 1963.
  8. Who was the first person to perform at the iconic Australia landmark, the Sydney Opera House, when he sang Ol Man River? Paul Robeson sang to workers on the construction from the concrete foundations of the Concert Hall.
  9. The first mobile phone went on sale in Australia for $4,250 in the 1980s, which year? 1987, Telecom (Telstra’s previous name bought the 1G phone to market) in 1987.
  10. Which sport was first played at Ballarat goldfields Australia in 1855? Australian Rules Football better known as AFL.
  11. Who in 1984 became Australia’s first female heart transplant recipient? Fiona Coote, at the age of just 14 years, in April 1984.
  12. What was the name of the first full-length feature film made entirely in an Australian Aboriginal language, released in 2006? Ten Canoes, set in Arnhem Land,
  13. Racehorse Delta Blues, winner of the Melbourne Cup in 2006, was from which country? Delta Blues was the first Japanese horse to win the Melbourne Cup.
  14. Charles Kingsford Smith made the first Tasman air flight in September 1928 when he flew 14 hours from Richmond Airport in Sydney to which New Zealand city? Kingsford Smith flew from Richmond in Sydney’s west to Christchurch.
  15. On what occasion was Advance Australia Fair first played internationally as the national anthem? Los Angeles Olympics 1984 – Advance Australia Fair, national anthem of Australia, adopted on April 19, 1984.
  16. In which decade did Victoria become the first state in Australia to introduce Random breath testing? The 1970s (1976)
  17. In which state did Australia’s first international airport open? Rose Bay. They selected the harbourside suburb of Rose Bay in NSW as the site for Australia’s first international airport in 1938.
  18. A small town in which state was the first to ban plastic shopping bags in 2003? Tasmania (Coles Bay)In 2003, the Tasmanian town of Coles Bay was the first location in Australia to ban plastic bags.
  19. What did the Australian treasury introduce in 1973? They introduced the $50 note in 1973. The $100 note a year later.
  20. When did the first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras take place in Sydney? 1978. On 24 June 1978, a small group of gay and lesbian people operating as the Gay Solidarity Group staged a day of events in Sydney.
  21. The first Australian railway opened in 1854, in which state or territory? Victoria. On 12 September 1854, the Melbourne and Hobson’s Bay Railway Company opened Australia’s first steam railway line in Melbourne.
  22. Where in 1823 was Australia’s first Gold Rush? Bathurstwas the first place in Australia to be officially recognised for a gold find on 15 February 1823.
  23. Who became the first woman to sail solo and non-stop around the globe west to east in 189 days? Kay Cottee became the first woman to sail solo and nonstop around the world in June 1988.
  24. In 1960, scientist Frank Macfarlane Burnet became the first person to receive which award? In 1960 Macfarlane Burnet, because the first Australian of the Year.
  25. Australia and the world’s first feature film was about which bushranger? Ned Kelly. The world’s first feature-length film,The Story of the Kelly Gang, was released in 1906.

25 Australian Geography Quiz Questions and Answers

  1. How many of Australia’s UNESCO World Heritage sites are in the Northern Territory? Two, Uluru and Kakadu, both inside National Parks.
  2. In which Australian State would you find a natural Australian landmark known as Australia Rock? Australia Rock near the NSW South Coast of Narooma
  3. Popular with rock climbers in which Australian state would you visit the Grampians? Victoria‘s Grampian National Park is a popular destination for climbers and hikers.
  4. The Gibson Desert is the largest desert in which Australian State? Western Australia The Gibson Desert is the largest desert in Western Australia and the 5th largest in Australia.
  5. In area which is Australia’s 3rd largest state? South Australia is the third largest state in Australia and home to some of our favourite road trips.
  6. Australia has some spectacular waterfalls, which state is home to the highest permanent single drop waterfall? Wallerman Falls in Queensland is the highest single drop waterfall.
  7. If travelling by road which two Australian states are furthest apart? Brisbane and Perth.
  8. Many Aussie road trippers have a visit to Poeppel Corner on their wish list. Where exactly in Australia is Poeppel Corner? It is the spot where the borders of NT SA and QLD meet.
  9. The wine-growing region of Swan Valley is a popular day trip from which Australia city? The Swan Valley is 25 minutes northeast of Perth and home to over 40 wineries.
  10. In which state is Australia’s deepest lake, Lake St Clair? Tasmania, Lake St Clair has an area of approx 45 square km (17 sq mi), and a maximum depth of 215m (705 ft), making it Australia’s deepest lake.
  11. You will find the SS Maheno Shipwreck on the beach on which Australian Island? The SS Maheno can be found near Happy Valley on 75 mile Beach on Fraser Island.
  12. Which is bigger Kangaroo Island or Fraser Island? Kangaroo Island is 4416 km2 and Fraser island while our biggest sand island is only 1653 km2.
  13. Which National Park in New South Wales is the second oldest in the world? The Royal National Park opened in 1879 (Yellowstone opened in 1872)
  14. True or False – The national flower of Australia is the Waratah. False. It’s the golden wattle – hence the green and gold of our national colours.
  15. The longest stretch of straight stretch of road in Australia can be found on the Eyre Highway as it crosses the Nullarbor Plain in Western Australia. How long is this straight stretch? Is it A) 148 kilometres B) 161km or c) 188km It 148km and boring as hell to drive
  16. Within 5 hours, how many hours does the Indian Pacific take to travel between Sydney and Perth? The train trip takes 65 hours, (so 60-70 are correct) broken up over 4 days and 3 nights.
  17. How many time zones are there in Australia? There are three separate time zones: Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) Australian Central Standard Time (ACST), and Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)
  18. Which two Australian towns are best known as the “Twin Towns”? Coolangatta and Tweed Headsare officially the “twin towns” although the NSW/Vic towns of Albury-Wodonga are sometimes also referred to as twin towns.
  19. Name the military school which was opened in Canberra in 1911? Duntroon, and it was one of the first Commonwealth facilities established in the newly created capital city.
  20. In which Australian state would you find Sorrento, Rye, and Frankston Beaches? These beaches are on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
  21. Where in Australia would you find the Tidbinbilla range? The Tidbinbilla Range is within the Namadgi National Park in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
  22. Which is longerthe Great Wall of China or the Australian “Dingo Fence”? At 5,600 km, The Dingo Fenceis three times as long as the Great Wall of China.
  23. What is the name of the stream train that runs through Victoria’s Dandenong mountains? The Puffing Billy Railway is a heritage railway in the Dandenong Ranges in Melbourne.
  24. Currie is the largest town and administrative centre on which Australian island? King Island directly south of Melbourne.
  25. In which Australian state might you be enjoying the thermal pools in the town of Moree? Moree and their thermal pools are part of Australia’s Great Thermal Way in North Western NSW

25 Australian Politics Trivia Questions and Answers

How much do you know about Australian Prime Ministers, our democracy and parliament? What can you remember from your last trip to Canberra? Let’s see….

  1. Which former Australian Prime Minister lost his own seat in the 2007 Federal Election? John Howard lost his seat (Bennelong) becoming the second sitting prime minister since Federation to be defeated in his own electorate.
  2. A beer drinking world record was set by which Aussie Prime Minister, who now has a Sydney based brewery named after him? Bob Hawke took a Guinness World Record in 1954 for sculling 2.5 pints of beer in 11 seconds.
  3. Australia’s first female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, represented which state? Victoria – Julia Gillard held the Victorian seat of Lalor between 3 Oct 1998–5 Aug 2013.
  4. Who is Australia’s Head of state? Queen Elizabeth II holds the title as the head of state of Australia.
  5. From which Australian beach was Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt said to have disappeared? Harold Holt disappeared while swimming at Cheviot Beach in 1967.
  6. Who was the taller Prime Minister Kevin Rudd or John Howard? Kevin for the win. Kevin Rudd stands 179cm or 5’10.5 and John Howard is 1.76 m tall or 5′ 9
  7. Australian PM John Gorton represented which political party? Sir John Grey Gorton was a member of the Liberal party and the nineteenth Prime Minister of Australia, in office from 1968 to 1971.
  8. Which Australian political party was formally launched in August 1992? The Australian GreensState-based Greens parties united in 1992 to form a national Greens party.
  9. Multiple choice: How many years after we elected the first women politicians was a toilet for women made available to them? Was it 9 years, 22 years, 31 years? The first toilet opened in 1974, 31 years after the first women politicians were elected.
  10. Old Parliament House is now a museum celebrating what? Museum of Australian Democracy, it had previously been the Australian Portrait Gallery.
  11. Who was the first indigenous Australian to sit in the Parliament of Australia? Neville Bonner. Bonner represented Qld and the Liberal Party in the Upper House from 1971 to 1983.
  12. What is the name of Australia’s oldest political party? The Australian Labor Party.
  13. Who was the shortest serving Australian Prime Minister lasting just 8 days? Francis Michael Forde, known as Frank, served after the death of John Curtin and until the election of Ben Chifley as their new leader 8 days later.
  14. Which former Australian Prime Minister managed a rock n roll band in his youth (extra point if you can name the band) Paul Keating. Keating managed The Ramrods, a rock and roll band from Bankstown.
  15. Who was the prime minister of Australia from 1975 to 1983? Malcolm Fraser,the 22nd Prime Minister of Australia served for 7 years.
  16. Which Australian Prime Minister was dubbed “The Lizard of Oz” by the British press for daring to touch the Queen? Paul Keating put his arm around the Queen’s mid back while introducing her to officials.
  17. Which former Australian politician shares his surname with that of a bird? (Andrew) Peacock, a Liberal leader who lead the party to two federal losses.
  18. In 1957, who was the first aboriginal to be made an Australian citizen? Artist Albert Namatjira is famous for his watercolour landscapes painted in a European style.
  19. Who was the first Indigenous Australian woman elected to Australian parliament? Nova Peris was the first indigenous Australian woman to be elected to parliament. Not content with being the first Indigenous women to win a gold medal at the Olympics, Peris earned her second “first”.
  20. Lazarus Rising is the autobiography of which Former Prime Minister? In its third edition, Lazarus Rising is the Autobiography of John Howard.
  21. Which former Prime Minister sold his shares in internet service provider OzEmail in 1999 for $57million. Malcolm Turnbull, he purchased them in 1994 for $500,000.
  22. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews fronted his Covid press conferences for several months wearing a jacket from which brand? North Face – The premier wore his North Face jacket for many
  23. The largest star on the Australian flag is known as the what star? Commonwealth Star.
  24. Who was the first Australian Prime Minister born in the 20th Century? Harold Holt / 1908.
  25. Tim Freedman is the lead singer of which Australian band that shares its name with a past Prime Minister? The Whitlams.

25 Australia Sport Trivia Questions and Answers

  1. Who was the first Australian woman to win a Wimbledon singles title? Margaret Court. She went on to win 24Grand Slamwomen’s singles titles.
  2. How many gold medals did Cathy Freeman win? One. Cathy won her only gold medal in the women’s 400 metres race at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.
  3. Who is the only Australian woman to compete in both the summer and winter olympics? Jana Pittman competed in athletics at the Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004 and women’s bobsleigh at the Sochi 2014.
  4. How many km is the Sydney City to Surf race? Starting out in the centre of the Sydney CBD and ending at iconic Bondi Beach, the City to Surf is 14km long.
  5. Which Tennis Champion first dubbed the Australian Open the “Happy Slam” during a pre-match interview? Roger Federer came up with the nickname the Happy Slam – a nickname earned because so many players consider it their favourite of the four Grand Slam events.
  6. When did Australia win at the Group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup? Zero! We did, however, have one draw with Denmark.
  7. Who to Pat Rafter, Kay Cottee, Cathy Freeman and Steve Waugh have in common? All have been named Australian of the Year.
  8. Which National Rugby League franchise became the second to join the NRL in 1995? North Queensland Cowboys, they are based in Townsville.
  9. Which player took a plunge in the Yarra after securing back-to-back titles in extreme heat at the Australian Open Tennis tournament in 1993? Jim Courier celebrated his win with a dip in the muddy brown waters after playing in temps of 40°C.
  10. Which AFL team moved to Sydney in 1982 to become the Sydney Swans? South Melbourne. They dropped the name “South Melbourne” in June 1982, becoming known officially simply as “the Swans” for the rest of that season before becoming Sydney Swans the following year.
  11. Former Australian Cricket Captain Ricky Ponting was born in which Australia state? Tasmania. Ponting was the Test captain from 2004 to 2011.
  12. Where did Steve Waugh play his last test? SCG. He had his test debut against India on 26 December 1985 and his last test was also against India in January 2004.
  13. Which Australian Cricketer scored 172 runs in a one-day international in 2004? Adam Gilchrist
  14. Karrie Webb is one of Australia’s most successful what? Female golfers, Karrie plays mainly in the USA and has 41 wins on the LPGA Tour.
  15. Charles Brownlow, after which the famous Brownlow medal was named, was an administrator and coach for which AFL club? Geelong, he captained the club and led it to win the 1883 championship.
  16. Who was the first Aboriginal Australian to win a world title in sport?Lionel Rose (boxing 1968)
  17. Which Aussie cricketer took the first ashes hat trick in over 90 years in 1994? Shane Warneat the MCG
  18. Which Australian boxer was nicknamed the Marrickville mauler? Jeff Fenech. Fenech won world titles in 3 weight divisions.
  19. How many times has Australia won the Rugby Union World Cup? Two, 91 99
  20. Rugby League’s Dally M Award is named after which player? Herbert Henry “Dally”Messenger, who played with Eastern Suburbs.
  21. Nova Peris became the first Indigenous Australian to win a Gold Medal at the Olympic Games for which sport? Hockey. Australia beat Korea in the final
  22. Which swimmer was the first man in 92 years to earn medals in all three solo freestyle events, the 200m, 400m and 1500m freestyle events at the 1996 Summer Olympics? Daniel Kowalski placed in three freestyle events.
  23. Who scored Australia’s first ever world cup goal? Tim Cahill. His equaliser was Australia’s first ever World Cup goal scored against Japan on 12 June 2006 – we won the game 3-1.
  24. What is the name of the medal awarded to AFL’s best and fairest player each year? The Brownlow Medal. It was established in 1924.
  25. What is the name of Shane Warne’s cricket team, who he recently led to their fourth Indian Premier League victory? Rajasthan Royals. Between 2008 and 2011, Shane Warne played 55 matches for the Rajasthan Royals.

25 Australian TV Trivia Questions and Answers

  1. Plucka Duck was a character on which classic Australia TV Show? Hey Hey it’s Saturday. Plucka Duck was nominated in 1997 for the Most Popular Comedy Personality at the Logies.
  2. Who won the Gold Logie 4 consecutive years from 1997 to 2000? Lisa McCunefor her role in cop show Blue Heelers.
  3. Kath and Kim live in which suburb? Fountain Lakes was home to Kath Day-Knight and her daughter Kim.
  4. Which actress has been a regular on home and away since she was 9 yrs old? Kate Ritchie, she played Sally Fletcher, the foster daughter of Tom and Pippa.
  5. Alex, Jodie, Stevie and Kate were all characters on which classic Aussie tv show that ran for 8 seasons? McLeod’s Daughters, who ran the family’scattle stationDover’s Run inSouth Australia.
  6. What much loved Aussie pop singer played the character ? Nina“a painfully shy school student who wasdescribed as being the “quintessential girl-next-door” in Neighbours. Delta Goodrem played Nina for a couple of short stints in 2002 and 2004.
  7. Michael Caton wore his deceased wife’s dresses during his bereavement, in which TV series? Drama series Packed to the Rafterswhere he played Julie’s dad Ted Taylor.
  8. In which show would you find the central characters picking up their children, Stella, Poppy and Tilda from school? House husbands,which centres on four fathers who stay at home to raise their children.
  9. Dr Patrick McNaughton is an obstetrician in which Aussie series set in Sydney? Jonathan LaPaglia plays Dr McNaughton on Love Child, set in 1960s Sydney.
  10. For three seasons British actor Ioan Gruffudd played popular in which ABC Drama series? Harrow, Dr. Daniel Harrow, a forensic pathologist with a complicated past.
  11. What is the name of the ABC TV series based on the novels of Kerry Greenwood? Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteriessaw Miss Phryne Fisher,a glamorous private detective solve crimes in late 1920sMelbourne.
  12. Anthony Callea, Paulini Curuenavuli and Jessica Mauboy, which one was not a runner-up on Australian Idol? Paulini Curuenavuli – she came 4th in season 1 of the hit show.
  13. The members of the Greenhills gang made life difficult for Debbie and Sue in which TV series? Puberty Blues, the series was based on the book of the same name by Kathy Lette.
  14. Lachy Hulme and Shane Jacobson joined forces to tell the story of which Australia disaster? Beaconsfield Mine Collapse which occurred on 25 April 2006 and saw 1 miner killed and two trapped for 2 weeks later!
  15. Which Underbelly series depicted the Mr Asia drug syndicate? Underbelly A Tale of Two Cities,which depicted the marijuana trade centred on the New South Wales town of Griffith.
  16. Deborah Mailman plays Alex Irving, a politician in which Australian drama series? Total Control. Alex is a independent MP for the seat of Freeman, Queensland.
  17. Aaron Pedersen has played the Akubra-wearing outback detective Jay Swan in which movies and TV series? Mystery Road, which is set in North Western WA.
  18. Name the series Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor play inept real estate agent in a sleepy Tasmania town? Rosehaven, Luke McGregor, won a Logie in 2019 for his role.
  19. Who took out the first Australian season of The Masked singer as the Robot? In 2019, Cody Simpson was unmasked as the Robot and won the first season of The Masked Singer.
  20. Who played Molly Meldrum in the 2016 mini series Molly? Samuel Johnson, who won the Gold Logie for his very convincing performance.
  21. Which celebrity has won two Dancing with the Stars crowns? Grant Denyer won in 2006 and on comeback in 2022.
  22. Which came first MasterChef Australia or My Kitchen Rules? MasterChef premiered in 2009 with MKR beginning the next year.
  23. The longest running TV show in Australia is Four Corners. How many years has it been on air? 61 years, it premiered on 19 August 1961
  24. Before hosting channel 10s the Living Room Amanda Keller, she was a presenter on which 1980s popular science program? Beyond 2000.
  25. Who was Australia’s first Bachelor? Tim Robards. He met Anna Heinrich and they are still together!

15 Australian History Quiz Questions and Answers

  1. Who cut the ribbon when the Sydney Harbour Bridge opened on the 19 March 1932? Captain Francis de Groot as a protest to the bridge being opened by the premier and not the Governor General. They fined him 9 pounds for his crime.
  2. At 5.6 on the Richter scale, the Newcastle earthquake, which sadly took 13 lives, struck in on December 28 in which year? 1989, At 10:27am, a 5.96 earthquake hit just 15km from the centre of Newcastle.
  3. Advance Australia Fair replaced God Save the Queen to become Australia’s national anthem in which year? 1984, A plebiscite to choose the national song in 1977 preferred “Advance Australia Fair”, which was restored in 1984.
  4. How many ships were in the First Fleet? There were eleven ships in the First Fleet, with five carrying convicts and the rest officers and supplies.
  5. Which famous botanist sailed with Captain Cook? Joseph Banks, who then advocated for British settlement in New South Wales.
  6. True or False, the design of the Australian Flag resulted from a public competition in 1901? True, five people shared first prize for similar designs and one was a New Zealander!
  7. On November 6th, 1999 Australians official said no to what? The Australian republic referendum held on Australia calling to become a republic.
  8. Where would you find Elizabeth Farm House, the oldest building in Australia? Parramatta, Australia’s oldest surviving European building, built 1793 by John Macarthur.
  9. Which was the only Australian state settled without the use of convict labour? South Australia was established as an experimental British colony and the only Australian state to not officially take convicts.
  10. The remains of which spacecraft fell over Western Australia in 1979? NASA’s Skylabbroke up and scattered over parts of WA on July 11, 1979.
  11. In July 2003, Australia sent 2000 troops and police to which South Pacific country? Solomon Islands. The intervention into Solomon Islands, known as the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI)
  12. Which Australian disaster cost 83 lives in 1977? The Granville train crash on January 18, 1977, claimed 83 lives and injured 213 others.
  13. Which renowned early Australian architect came to Sydney as a convict? Francis Greenway arrived in Sydney as a convict in 1814, after being found guilty of forgery.
  14. In which decade did Patrick White became the first Australian to win a Nobel Prize for Literature. 1970s (1973), for his work The Eye of the Storm.
  15. In which year of the nineties was the Anzac Bridge (formerly Glebe Island) opened? 1995, the bridge was officially opened on 3 December 1995 as the Glebe Island Bridge and renamed the Anzac Bridge on Remembrance Day in 1998.

15 Australia Oscars Trivia Questions and Answers

  1. Cate Blanchett won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2004 for which film in which she starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio? Cate Blanchett won Best Supporting actor for The Aviator.
  2. In 2006, which Australian Director became the first to win an Oscar for the best Animated Feature film? George Miller for the smash hit, Happy Feet.
  3. First Australian to win Best Actress for her role in The Hours? Nicole Kidman played Virginia Woolf.
  4. In 2017, which Australian became the first to be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar for portraying a real-life athlete? Margot Robbie, she played Tonya Harding.
  5. First Australian-born person and first living Australian to win an acting Oscar. Geoffrey Rush for Shine in 1996.
  6. Nominated for 4 Best Director Oscars, including Dead Poets Society and the Truman Show, but failing to walk away a winner is which Australian? Peter Weir
  7. In which two categories has Australia won seven Oscars? Best Cinematography Best Costume Design.
  8. Who is the most awarded Australia in Oscar History? Catherine Martin, having won four Oscars, is the most awarded Australian in Oscar history.
  9. Which 2016 film starting Nicole Kidman was based on the book A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley? Lion. the film received 6 Oscar nominations.
  10. Crocodile Dundee is currently the highest grossing Australian film of all time. Did it receive any Oscar nominations? No.
  11. Which 1989 film directed by Bruce Beresford won the best Picture Oscar in 1989? Driving Miss Daisy.
  12. Moulin Rouge! nominated in 2002 for the Best Picture Oscar, was directed by which Australia? Baz Luhrmann, the film won for costume and art direction but did not take out the best picture.
  13. Which 2014 Oscar winning film was shot in Australia and based on a novel by F Scott Fitzgerald? The Great Gatsby
  14. Australian Chris Noonan was nominated for the Best Director gong for which animated feature firm? Babe, the film received 7 nominations and won for Best Visual Effects.
  15. Hugh Jackman received his first Academy Award nomination for Best Actor for which film? He was nominated in 2012 for his role of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables.

15 Australia Food Quiz Questions and Answers

  1. In which Australian state did Cooper’s beer have its origins? South Australia
  2. Which town is Australia’s beef capital, clue: its name represents a den of iniquity? Casino.
  3. Australian breakfast staple Vegemite is known for its salty taste and high levels, of which vitamin? Vitamin B Vegemite is one of the richest sources of Bvitamins, specifically thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and folate (B1, B2, B3 and B9, respectively)
  4. Who is considered having founded the Australia beer industry opening the first commercial brewery in 1798? James Squire (Cascade Brewery)
  5. Which meat will you find in a Chiko Roll? Beef, the Chiko Roll which originated in Victoria in the 1950s, contains beef.
  6. The Lamington is considered Australia’s national cake, where in Australia was it first served? Queensland, it was created by Lord Lamington’s French chef Armand Galland.
  7. What is the Aussie slang term, a sausage served on a slice of bread at an election? A democracy sausage.
  8. Which nut is native to Australia and mainly found in Northern NSW and Queensland? The macadamia, it was introduced into Hawaii in the 1880s where it is now produced commercially.
  9. What is the name of the famous Australian biscuit created for WW1 troops as its ingredients did not easily spoil? Anzac biscuit.
  10. Popular at School fetes and country fairs, childhood favourite, Honey Joys are made from which breakfast cereal? Honey joys are made from Corn Flakes.
  11. Australia’s most famous biscuit, the Tim Tam first hit the shelves in which decade? 1960s in 1964, to be exact.
  12. Which dessert was named after Australian Opera Singer born Helen Porter Mitchell? Peach Melba was named for Dame Nellie Melba.
  13. Fruchos are a cube of dried apricot and peach paste, coated in milk chocolate and a popular food (and souvenirs) from which Australian state? South Australia.
  14. “It’s moments like these… ” is a catchphrase for which Australian confectionary? Minties, the phrase was coined way back in 1926.
  15. The Granite Belt is a wine region in which Australian State? Queensland, centred around Stanthorpe, in south Queensland the Granite Belt is home to 50 wineries.

15 Australian Music Quiz Questions and Answers

  1. Australia debuted at the 2015 contest with the song “Tonight Again” written and performed by Guy Sebastian.
  2. Who played Emma Jackson in Home and Away before launching a pop career? Dannii Minogue, she played the teen punk in 1989-1990.
  3. Who is this Australian singer immortalised here in Adelaide? (Sia mural) Sia Furler by Jasmine Crisp
  4. Between 1982 and 1985, before Whispering Jack, John Farnham, was the lead singer of which band? Farnham lead the Little River Band for 3 years with no huge success.
  5. Which famous Australian painter–who died in 1992 – provided the cover artwork for the Dire Straits album Alchemy? Brett Whiteley, part of his work, Alchemy was featured on the cover, although it had the addition of a guitar with lips held by a hand.
  6. Which Abba song spent longest on the Australian Charts? Fernando, it held the number one spot for 14 weeks.
  7. Australian singer David Gordon Kirkpatrick is better known in his singing career as? Slim Dusty, he adopted the stage name “Slim Dusty” in 1938 at age 11.
  8. Which of Midnight Oils song features the words “it belongs to them, let’s give it back” and was their biggest selling international hit? Beds are Burning, it reached No. 1 in New Zealand, South Africa and Canada.
  9. Which Aussie band took their name from that of an associate professor emeritus of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, who supported marijuana for medical use? Grinspoon, the rock band from Lismore NSW, adopted the name in 1995.
  10. Which Australian pop duo who disbanded in 2001 comprised Darren Hayes and Daniel Jones? Savage Garden, their albums sold 23 million copies worldwide!
  11. Which Aussie band achieved international fame after touring with the boy band, One Direction on the Take me Home Tour in 2013? 5SOS or 5 Seconds of Summer.
  12. Amy Louise Billings is the birth name of which ARIA winning Australian indie pop singer? Amy Shark was born Amy Loiuse Billings on the Gold Coast in May 1986.
  13. The Farris Brothers formed which Australian Rock Band but in 1977? INXS, it took them 5 years to have their first number 1 hit.
  14. The first “Big Day Out” was held on Australia day in Sydney in which year? The first Big Day Out was held at the Hordern Pavilion in 1992.
  15. Which Aussie band released their first studio album “High Voltage” in 1975? ACDC.

15 Australia Animal Quiz Questions and Answers

How much do you know about Australian animals?

  1. What is the name of considered Australia’s national bird? The emu, it appears on the coat of arms
  2. What is the average lifespan of a Koala? 10 years, 15 years, 22 years
  3. What is the largest living marsupial in the world? The Red Kangaroo
  4. What is the heaviest flightless bird in Australia? Cassowary
  5. Found along the northern coastlines of Australia, in Queensland, WA and NT, namethe most venomous marine animal alive? The Box Jellyfish
  6. What name is given to a baby koala? A joey
  7. Which Australian animal is only found in Western Australia? The Quokka. They only live on Rottnest island off the coast of Perth.
  8. What are the two types of crocodile found in Australia? Saltwater and Freshwater.
  9. What black and white bird is most feared for its swooping between August and October? Magpies
  10. We consider which marsupial the Australian Easter Bunny? The Bilby, with its long ears, has been adopted as Australia’s Easter bunny.
  11. Which Australian animal appears on the 5 cent coin? The Echidna.
  12. What type of animal is a sugar glider? A bird, a possum, or a bat? A sugar glider is a type of possum.
  13. Which marsupial is known for its square poo?Wombats
  14. Besides the Kangaroo name another Australian animal that carries its babies in a pouch. Koala, possums, wombats and wallabies.
  15. True or false: crocodiles existed at the same time as dinosaurs in Australia? True 100%

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