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M is for "Magic Pudding"
"More Australiana - but this time it has to do with people, places and objects that are related somehow to the letter M. "Magic Pudding" is a novel written for children by Norman Lindsay that is now regarded as a classic."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
In 2000, was Australia ranked as one of the world's top ten countries for milk production?
What is the surname of the main male actor that acts in the "Mad Max" trilogy?
(One Word - 6 Letters)
What is a mia-mia?
What is the name/word that the following have in common?
Bridge, Cod, Group, John, Leslie, River
(One Word - 6 Letters)
How many times did the "HMAS Melbourne" collide with other naval vessel/s that resulted in deaths?
Francis McEncroe, who was a boilermaker, created which fast food?
The bushranger Frank McCallum is better known as whom?
Where can the Murrumbidgee River be located?
New South Wales
New South Wales and Queensland
Victoria and New South Wales
The macadamia is an Australian native nut.
Who was the first person responsible for the importation of merino sheep to Australia?
Captain Philip King
Mr John MacArthur
Captain James Cook
Sir Henry Parkes
Did Australia open their first mint in 1855?
This town is in Western Australia and is north from Perth - where temperatures soar. It is located in a mining area (mostly gold) but sheep and cattle are other viable economic industries. The nearest town of any size is only 184 kms away. It was founded in 1897 but only got the telephone system through in 1961. In 2000, it had a population of 318. What is this town's name?
(Two Words - 6 & 3 Letters - Tiger Eye outlawed)
Moliagul is the name of a 'ghost' town, but what event happened in it that has been written into Australia's history?
Where the 'last' Tasmanian tiger was killed
Where Phar Lap was born
Where Dame Nellie Melba first sang
Where "Welcome Stranger" gold nugget was found
Of the following statements, which is true in regards to Australia's Monte Cristo?
Most haunted house
Oldest existing pub
Largest beef station
The Australian Trumpet is ranked the world's _________ largest mollusc?
Of the following mountains, which is the highest?
Mount Bartle Frere
Is Mornington Island located in Mornington Bay in Victoria?
What was Prime Minister Robert Menzies' nickname?
Pig Iron Bob
A record crowd of 121,606 spectators watched the 1970 VFL (later AFL) Grand Final in 1970 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
Did "Men At Work" or "Midnight Oil" sing the song entitled "Down Under" in 1983?
(Two or Three Words - Men at Work OR Midnight Oil)
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