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'Q' Places in Australia
"Let's see how much you know of Qs in Australia. Some of the questions may become quite challenging towards the end even for Australian geography buffs. Those of you from overseas may need a good reference book or have travelled Australia a lot."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This town of 26,000 is very close to Canberra, but considered part of N.S.W. The name means 'clear waters'.
Most Australian capital cities have a Queen Street in their CBD?
This town near Melbourne is also near Point Lonsdale, one of the points marking the entrance to Port Phillip Bay off Bass Strait.
In which Australian state or territory would you find Quilpie?
New South Wales
This South Australian town of about 1,000, is situated between Port Augusta and the Flinders Ranges. Its main attraction is a 19th Century tourist railway.
What is the main attraction of Queenstown, Tasmania?
It is a mining town built in the mountains
It is the chief town of Freycinet National Park
It is a fishing port on the west coast
There are many limestone caves nearby
Which of these is not a 'Queens' town in Australia.
Do these really exist? One of these is a town in New South Wales. The others do not exist. Which is the real one?
This town of 2,700 is in the Great Dividing Range near Tamworth. One of the important industries is sunflower growing. Polo is an important sport in this town.
Now for a nice and easy one. Which is the largest of these Queensland cities?
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