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How Well Do You Know Australia Actually?

No, you may not use Google Maps.

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  1. 1. In which state is the most northerly point?

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    Northern Territory
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    Queensland
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    Western Australia
  2. 2. The most northerly point is?

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    The Tip
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    The Top
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    The Top End
  3. 3. The most southerly point on the mainland is in?

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    South Australia
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    Tasmania
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    Victoria
  4. 4. The most southerly point is?

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    Wilsons Promontory
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    Wilsons Ridge
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    Wilsons Rock
  5. 5. At 7.7 million square km, Australia's land mass is?

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    6 times greater than the United Kingdom
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    16 times greater than the United Kingdom
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    32 times greater than the United Kingdom
  6. 6. At 2228m, the highest point on the mainland is?

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    Mount Kosciuscko
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    Mount Kosciuszko
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    Mount Townsend
  7. 7. At 15 metres below sea level, the lowest point is?

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    Lake Disappointment, WA
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    Lake Eyre, SA
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    Lake Warburton, SA
  8. 8. At 3,490m the highest point on Australian territory is?

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    Mt McClintock, Australian Antarctic Territory
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    Mt Menzies, Australian Antarctic Territory
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    Mawson's Peak, Heard Island
  9. 9. How much of Australia's land mass is classed as desert?

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    18%
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    48%
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    80%
  10. 10. At 348,750 square km Australia's largest desert is?

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    Great Sandy Desert
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    Great Victoria Desert
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    Simpson Desert
  11. 11. The world's largest monolith is?

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    Mount Augustus, WA
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    Mount Coolum, QLD
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    Uluru, NT
  12. 12. At 2508 km, Australia's longest river is?

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    Darling River
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    Murray River
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    Murrumbidgee River
  13. 13. Excluding the state of Tasmania, Australia's largest island is?

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    Groote Eylandt, NT
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    Kangaroo Island, SA
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    Melville Island, NT
  14. 14. The world's largest sand island is?

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    Fraser Island, QLD
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    Moreton Island, QLD
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    North Stradbroke Island, QLD
  15. 15. And which state has the most islands – 3747 in total?

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    Queensland
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    Tasmania
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    Western Australia
  16. 16. At 268m, Australia's highest waterfall is?

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    Jim Jim Falls, NT
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    Wallaman Falls, QLD
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    Wollomombi Falls, NSW
  17. 17. At 5,896,500km, Australia's largest state or territory is?

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    Australian Antarctic Territory
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    Northern Territory
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    Western Australia
  18. 18. Excluding offshore islands, Australia has how many kilometres of coastline?

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    21,262 km
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    27,244 km
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    34,218 km
  19. 19. With an annual average rainfall of 4,279mm, the wettest town in Australia is?

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    Babinda, QLD
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    Bulman, NT
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    Tully, QLD
  20. 20. With a record 50.7°C (123.3 F), the "driest town in the driest state of the driest continent" is?

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    Finke, NT
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    Marble Bar, WA
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    Oodnadatta, SA
 
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