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There's a Track Winding Back...
"This is an Australian quiz about the iconic town of Gundagai, celebrated in verse and song for its wonderful history."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
"Gundagai" derives from which aboriginal word?
gundabandoo - bingee
gunda = gibaa
guda - bidgee
What was the name of the aboriginal tribe that originally inhabited the area?
Gundagai is on the route of a major Australian highway that is named after a famous explorer. What is this highway?
In June 25, 1852, a terrible disaster almost destroyed Gundagai. What was it?
In 1867 a bridge was built to connect North and South Gundagai. Until 1932 when the Sydney Harbour Bridge was completed, it was the longest bridge in New South Wales. What was it called?
Queen Victoria Bridge
Princess Royal Bridge
The Great North Bridge
Prince Alfred Bridge
Who was the future President of the USA who worked near Gundagai as a young man?
William Howard Taft
This Marble Masterpiece, a miniature Baroque Italian palace was created by an Italian trained monumental mason, who lived in Gundagai for fifty years. What was his name?
Jack O'Hagan, the writer of bush ballad and song, wrote about Gundagai. Which of these did he NOT write?
Where the Dog Sits on the Tuckerbox
Flash Jack from Gundagai
When a Boy from Alabama Meets a Girl from Gundagai
Along The Road To Gundagai
How far from Gundagai does the famous dog sit on the tuckerbox?
In the lyrics of "Along The Road To Gundagai" what was the track winding back to?
The gum trees
The Murrumbidgee River
An old shack
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