Special Sub-Topic: Aussie F's in Geography
|We're on the south east coast of Victoria, near Wilson's Promontory. Where are we?|
Foster. Foster is a small town on the south east coast of Victoria. Popular nearby Sandy Point has a beautiful beach, great for swimming and fishing.
|We're in the largest port in Western Australia. What is the name of this port?|
Fremantle. The 'Western Gateway to Australia', Fremantle is 20 km south of Perth and is renowned for its historic buildings, sandy beaches, galleries and museums.
|Down south in the Apple Isle (Tasmania) is a town named after a former Governor, on the banks of the Huon River. Can you name this town?|
Franklin. South west of Hobart, Franklin was settled in 1804. Originally just a timber town, dairy farming and apple growing are now also carried out in the area.
|Just north of the Brisbane CBD in sunny Queensland is a well-known suburb. What is the name of this suburb?|
Fortitude Valley. Fortitude Valley is renowned for its night-life, and is a less than salubrious area of Brisbane, but there's some great restaurants there!
|In the Kimberley area in Western Australia, about 270 km from Derby is a small town on a river. What is the name of this town?|
Fitzroy Crossing. Where the road crosses the Fitzroy River is the town of Fitzroy Crossing. There are pretty waterholes, abundant wildlife and good fishing in the local area.
|We're back in the northeast of Tasmania, on the Esk Highway.|
Fingal. Fingal is on the South Esk River in an area important for its coal. Nearby, at The Nook, the first payable gold in Tasmania was discovered.
|On the far north coast of New South Wales, about 1 km from the Queensland border is this small hamlet. What is its name?|
Fingal Head. Fingal Head is not far from the 'Twin Towns' of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads on the New South Wales/Queensland border. One of the largest clubs in the southern hemisphere straddles the border here, it's called 'Twin Towns'.
|Off the coast of Hervey Bay, in the Sunshine State of Queensland is this beautiful island. What is its name?|
Fraser Island. Fraser Island, largest sand island in the world, 123 km long by up to 22 km wide with sand dunes up to 240 m - if you've never been there, make the effort, it is a stunningly unique place to visit!
|We're on another island, just south east of Melbourne. What island are we on?|
French Island. Mostly State Park, French Island currently has Australia's largest koala habitat and exports koala's overseas and to the mainland!
|Near Mt Beauty in Victoria's alpine region is this well known skiing destination. What is its name?|
Falls Creek. Named after local waterfalls in about 1940, Falls Creek is one of Victoria's best known ski resorts.
|On the Eyre Peninsula, 550 km north west of Port Lincoln in South Australia, is this isolated spot. What's its name?|
Fowlers Bay. Fowlers Bay is a very isolated fishing spot with a jetty, a few shacks and some ruins. In 1802, Matthew Flinders named it after his lieutenant, Robert Fowler.
|We're in Victoria, 35km east of Melbourne in a town first settled in the 1880's. What is the name of this town?|
Ferntree Gully. Abutting the Dandenong Ranges National Park, Ferntree Gully or Upper Ferntree Gully, is on the outskirts of Melbourne. The first settlement in the area was in the 1880's and the railway was built in 1889.
|We're east of Launceston in Tasmania in a tiny village just over 240 km north east of Hobart. Can you name this village?|
Falmouth. First settled in 1829, Falmouth is situated on a cliff top with views of the stunning coastal scenery.
|On the mid north coast of New South Wales, just over 310 km north of Sydney you can fish, swim and surf. Where are we?|
Forster-Tuncurry. Forster-Tuncurry, two coastal towns with Lake Wallis to the east, are known for their great fishing, swimming at the beach and the lake and surfing.
|We're 77 km from Sydney, in the Blue Mountains in a town first settled in the 1870's. Can you name the town?|
Faulconbridge. Explored in 1813 by Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson, Faulconbridge was settled in the 1870's. Sir Henry Parkes lived in the area and the town was named after his home "Faulconbridge House".
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