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This Australia Day is the perfect time to prove yourself the ultimate master of all things Aussie knowledge. Challenge your mates with this good-old-fashioned pub quiz scrimmage. Enjoy!

Round One

Q1. In which Aussie town would you find the Big Potato?

Q2. What song did The Wiggles cover for Triple J’s Hottest 100 in 2021?

Q3. Which Australian city has the largest Greek population outside of Athens?

Q4. Norman Stoddard Everage is the spouse of which famous Dame?

Q5. Which bank note is Mary Reibey featured on?

Q6. What’s the name of the world’s largest sand island, that is found in Australia?

Q7. Only two mammals on Earth lay eggs. Both are found in Australia. What are they?

Q8. In 2000, Cathy Freeman won a gold medal for which event?

Round Two – True or False

Q1. One in four Aussies were born overseas.


Q2. Akubra hats are made from kangaroo pelts.


Q3. Australia has active volcanoes.


Q4. Iconic Aussie movie, The Castle, is based on a true story.


Q5. The world’s first feature-length film was shot in Melbourne.


Q6. The Great Barrier Reef has its own post office box.


Q7. Mungo National Park is Australia’s oldest National Park.


Q8. The “Dingo Fence” is longer than the Great Wall of China.

Round Three

Q1. What is Australia’s oldest chocolate bar?


Q2. Which flower gives Australia our Green and Gold identity?


Q3. Which artist performed for Australia’s debut in the Eurovision Song Contest?


Q4. Former Australian Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, set a beer drinking world record in which year?


Q5. Why is a kangaroo and an emu featured on the Australian coat of arms?


Q6. The largest species of reptile calls Australia home. What is it?


Q7. In which Australian state would you find the towns of Eggs And Bacon Bay, Milkshake Hills, Trousers Point, Granny’s Gut, Satan’s Lair, Lovely Bottom and Stinkhole?


A1. Robertson, NSW

A2. Tame Impala’s Elephant

A3. Melbourne 

A4. Dame Enda Everage

A5. $20

A6. Fraser Island

A7. The echidna and the platypus.

A8. 400m


A1. True

A2. False. They are made from rabbit fur

A3. False – only continent in the world without an active volcano.

A4. False

A5. True. In 1906, The Story of the Kelly Gang was the first multi-reel, feature length film ever produced.

A6. True

A7. False. Royal National Park in Sydney’s South is. It also lays claim to being the second oldest National Park in the world, after Yellowstone National Park. 

A8. True


A1. Cherry Ripe – first introduced in the 1920s

A2. The Golden Wattle

A3. Guy Sebastian

A4. 1954

A5. They can’t walk backwards. (To symbolise we are always always moving forward)

A6. Salt-water crocodile

A7. Tasmania

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