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"B" is for Birdsville Track
"Objects, places, people, etc., of Australia that is connected somehow to the letter B. The Birdsville Track was originally a 500km stock route between Maree (SA) and Birdsville (Qld)."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which of the following films did Bruce Beresford NOT direct?
The Adventures of Barry McKenzie
Billy tea should be brewed in a certain way, so the "bushies" say. Traditionally, what should a person do before they pour it?
Put the mug in the fire just before pouring
Hit the outside of the billy two times
Rotate the billy five times each direction halfway through brewing
Whilst it is still boiling swing it around in huge round arm arcs
Name the musical TV show that was produced from 1958 to 1972, that was hosted by Brian Henderson.
(One Word - 9 Letters "Arise for the musical group")
What is being described: "When you're beyond the ________
__________ you've officially left civilisation behind. A mystical object, few people ever see it, but they know when they're past it." H G Nelson in "True Blue".
(Two Words- 5 and 5 Letters - Dark Colour)
This TV series was produced during 1974-77 and shown on Channel 10. It was centred around a "workplace" within the entertainment business.
The Bendigo Beauties
In 1919, a sighting of a Bunyip in the Blue Mountains (New South Wales) was reported in "The Age".
Of the following choices, which is a fictional bushranger?
Mad Dan Morgan
"Black Wednesday" was used for a certain day, after an event involving the Berry Ministry in Victoria. What year did "Black Wednesday" occur in?
This event/era occurred in cricket between the years of 1932-33 but banned in 1935. People involved included Jardine and Larwood. It was called the (what) "______________ Series".
(One Word - 8 Letters)
Which of the following is a major mining town in New South Wales?
What is a Bex?
Slang word for sex
A lady, named Ita, has been voted twice the "Most Admired Woman in Australia". She was born in 1942. What is her surname?
(One Word - Newspaper/magazine editor - 8 Letters)
Though the members (three brothers) of this band lived for many years in the USA, they grew up in Australia. They had minor hits in the 1960's but it was not until the 1970's they had their smash hit single "Stayin' Alive". Who are they?
(Two Words - Say your ABC's)
Who am I? I have been a cricket captain. In 1994 I became the highest run scorer in Australia. I also achieved the rare distinction of making 150 runs in both innings of a Test.
What plague occurred from January 1900 to 1910. Approximately 1200 cases were reported, mostly in Sydney, but there were outbreaks in other states.
Black River Fever
A "Bush Tucker" menu does NOT include which of the following?
Who were we? Children loved us. We were celebrities and did TV and live performances. We were basically all yellow and our names consisted of a letter and number.
(Three Words - Fruity PJ's)
What is the surname of Daisy May O'Dwyer Hunt. She worked in London as a journalist and was sent to Australia by "The Times". Daisy spent 35 years with the Aborigines studying their customs, legends and language. Her nickname was "Kabbarli". She wrote a book about her study which was published in 1938.
(One Word- 5 Letters - "Psycho")
This town has the same name as an explorer and is located in the Blue Mountains near Katoomba. It is the site of an existing stone-arch bridge that was built in the early 1800s.
When adding the total amount of kilometres of each state's or territory's border lines, which one has the most?
New South Wales
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Compiled Jun 28 12