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Can You Pass Our Mildly Difficult Aussie Exam?

If Steven Bradbury can win gold, you can pass this.

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  1. Which of these is the correct Australian flag?

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    Via Creative Commons
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    Via Creative Commons
    Via Creative Commons
  2. Who is this on the $100 bill?

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    Banjo Patterson
    Correct
    Incorrect
    Sir Douglas Mawson
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    Incorrect
    Sir John Monash
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    If you're lucky enough to have a hundo lying around, old mate Monash has signed it right next to his head.

  3. Which music festival was cancelled first?

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    Via C3 Presents
    Via C3 Presents
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    Via Fuzzy
    Via Fuzzy
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    Via Future Entertainment
    Via Future Entertainment
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Parklife got the axe in 2013, followed by Big Day Out in 2014 and Future Music served its final tinnie of Smirnoff Double Black in 2015.

  4. When is ANZAC Day?

    Peter Parks / Getty Images
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    April 24th
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    April 25th
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    April 26th
  5. Which of these celebrities was actually born in Australia?

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    Naomi Watts
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    Naomi Watts
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    Russell Crowe
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    Russell Crowe
    Via Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images
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    Incorrect
    Anthony LaPaglia
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    Anthony LaPaglia
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    Incorrect
    Nicole Kidman
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    Nicole Kidman
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    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Anthony Lapaglia is the only Australian born celeb of the bunch coming from Adelaide, while Watts hails from England, Kidman was born in Hawaii and Russell Crowe is a Kiwi.

  6. Which part of Australia is bigger in km²?

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    South Australia
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    South Australia
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    Northern Territory
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    Northern Territory
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    Correct!
    Wrong!

    Northern Territory comes in at 1.421 million km² versus South Australia's smaller 984,377 km².

  7. Which event did Cathy Freeman win gold for at the Sydney 2000 Olympics?

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    100m
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    200m
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    400m
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    Wrong!

    Freeman took out the Women's 400m in a blistering 49.11 seconds.

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  8. What is this dish called?

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    Pie floater
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    Mushy pea pie
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    Floating pie
  9. What is Vegemite labelled as?

    Kraft
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    Concentrated Yeast Extract
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    Concentrated Extracted Yeast
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    Concentrated Yeast Extraction
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    Wrong!

    Concentrated Yeast Extract.

  10. What is the floral emblem for Western Australia?

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    Sturt's Desert Pea.
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    Sturt's Desert Pea.
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    Red and Green Kangaroo Paw.
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    Red and Green Kangaroo Paw.
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    Red bottlebrush.
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    Red bottlebrush.
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  11. Which of these did an Australian NOT invent?

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    Goon bags
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    The breathalyser
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    Pint glasses
  12. Which Aussie act has featured most times in Triple J's Hottest 100?

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    Hilltop Hoods
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    Hilltop Hoods
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    Something For Kate
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    Something For Kate
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    Powderfinger
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    Powderfinger
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    Peking Duk
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    Peking Duk
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    Wrong!

    The boys from Powderfinger have made the annual listener poll a whopping 22 times.

  13. Who is the current Governor-General?

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    Dame Quentin Bryce
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    General Sir Peter Cosgrove
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    Major General The Honourable Michael Jeffery
  14. Which is Australia's highest grossing film ever?

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    <i>Babe</i>
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    Babe
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    <i>Mad Max: Fury Road</i>
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    Mad Max: Fury Road
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    <i>" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAwACAPAAAAAAAAAAACH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAADAAIAAAIChF8AOw==" data-src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2016-01/24/20/enhanced/webdr07/enhanced-buzz-9417-1453684512-9.jpg" >
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    "Crocodile" Dundee
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    <i>Australia</i>
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    Australia
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    Wrong!

    Mad Max: Fury knocked "Crocodile" Dundee off the top with a staggering $49 million at the Aussie box office.

  15. What is the correct spelling of this adorable animal?

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    Quokkah
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    Quokka
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    Quokker
  16. How old is the evidence of Indigenous people living in Australia?

    David R Horton / Aboriginal Studies Press / AIATSIS
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    Between about 40,000-60,000 years
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    Between about 25,000-35,000 years
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    Between about 10,000-20,000 years
  17. Who was the Summer Bay stalker?

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    Dan Baker
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    Zoe McCallister
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    Jesse McGregor
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    Josie Russell
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    Flynn Saunders
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    Wrong!

    Zoe McCallister was actually the Summer Bay stalker's alias with her real name being revealed as Eve Jacobsen. Tricky tricky.

  18. In this iconic Big Brother moment, what did Merlin's sign say?

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    "FREE TH REFUGEES"
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    "FREE THE REFUGES"
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    "FREE AL REFUGEES"
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  19. Between 2007 and 2015, how many times has the prime minister changed?

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    5
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    3
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    4
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    Wrong!

    Howard to Rudd, Rudd to Gillard, Gillard to Rudd, Rudd to Abbott and then Abbott to Turnbull. Phew.

  20. Which state would you find the Big Banana in?

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    New South Wales
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    Queensland
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    Western Australia
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    South Australia
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    Tasmania
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    Victoria
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    Wrong!

    If you're stopping by the coastal town of Coffs Harbour in New South Wales, be sure to check out the Big Banana. Iconic.

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