Australia Country Quiz

Identify these facts about Australia
Quiz by Knowledgio
Last updated: May 2, 2017
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Capital City
Most populous city
Second most populous city
Largest State
Western Australia
Year of Independence
National Animal
Miners' rebellion in 1854
Eureka Stockade
Largest and deepest lake
Lake Eyre
Longest river
The 'island state'
Name of British fleet that first landed here
First Fleet
...and the bay it landed in
Botany Bay
Prime Minister
Malcolm Turnbull
City bombed by Japan in 1942
Nearest country and former territory
Papua New Guinea
Level 61
May 2, 2017
Techinally, Australia gained independence in 1986
Level 36
May 3, 2017
1901 is widely recognised as the year of independence for Australia.
Level 60
Aug 14, 2020
Lake St Clair in Tasmania is the deepest lake.

Scott Morrison is now Australia's PM.

Also many cities including Katherine and Townsville were bombed by Japan in WW2 although Darwin was the most famous, significant and deadliest attack.

Level 66
Jan 11, 2022
Yes, Lake Eyre is the largest most of the time, but nowhere near the deepest (it actually dries up during droughts) so that's a big mistake to call it the deepest!

As for Darwin, it is fair to have that as the answer because it is by far the most famous for its bombings.

Level 32
Jun 8, 2022
I appreciate Australian politics are hard to keep up with but it has been nearly 4 years since Malcolm Turnbull has been Prime Minister. Could you please update this to reflect the current Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese (preceded by Scott Morrison)