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T Is For "The Truth"
"A quiz on things that are related to the letter "T". "The Truth" was a newspaper that now is not printed. It consisted of "raunchy" photos (for its time) but people only bought it for its racing and football coverage - so they said."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Who was the first male centrefold in the magazine called "Cleo"?
Australia's first first TAB (Totalisator Agency Board) opened in 1961.
Approximately how long is the Todd River in Northern Territory?
Did Captain William Bligh name Thursday Island?
Which is NOT found in Australia's environment?
Truganini died in 1876.
Other countries call this clothing item flip flops and zenobias. What are they known as in Australia?
(One Word - 5 or 6 Letters)
The First Fleet brought various livestock with them to help start the community. How many turkeys survived the journey and landed at Port Jackson alive?
What sport did Wendy Turnbull gain a bronze medal at the 1988 Olympic games in?
Tim Tams (a biscuit) was named after a horse that ran in the Kentucky Derby (USA).
Who was 'Squizzy' Taylor?
America has a state called Texas, but Australia has a town of the same name. In which state is Texas situated?
Are the following words associated with the game "Two Up": Swy, Cockatoo and Boxer?
What is actor Charles Tingwell's nickname?
In colonial days, what complaint was a person trying to remedy if they were applying a solution of ammonia?
Although a rock formation near Anglesea, Victoria, is called the Twelve Apostles, in reality there are only eight 'Apostles'.
Which town had the higher population in 2000? Townsville or Toowoomba.
(One Word - Townsville or Toowoomba)
What size are Ian Thorpe's feet?
Approximately, how far is Tasmania from Victoria (at their closest points)?
If a person wanted to see the "Big Trout" where would they have to go?
Adaminaby, New South Wales
Ballina, New South Wales
Kimba, South Australia
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