Statistics for Australian cities multiple choice: Ballarat

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  • The average score is 7 of 15

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QuestionAnswer% Correct
What is the most visited tourist attraction in Ballarat?Sovereign Hill
79%
What's the biggest lake in Ballarat?Wendouree
79%
Which events of the 1956 Olympic Games were held in Ballarat?Canoeing and rowing
71%
Why was Ballarat founded?Gold
71%
What's the name of the castle in Leigh Creek?Kryal
71%
And which poet managed the stables at Craig's Royal Hotel in the 1860s?Adam Lindsay Gordon
57%
Where is Prime Minister's Avenue, a rather alarming collection of busts of past Australian Prime Ministers?Ballarat Botanical Gardens
43%
Which educational institution has four campuses in Ballarat?Federation University
43%
What was the site of the Eureka Stockade?Unknown
43%
Which Ballarat feature is the oldest in Australia, and possibly the world?Avenue of Honour
36%
Ballarat is the site of Australia's biggest trade in...cattle
36%
Which highway runs north-south through the centre of the city?Midland
29%
The name Ballarat (originally Ballaarat) comes from the Aboriginal term balla arat, meaning...resting place
29%
What is Monte Christo?A bushland reserve
21%
The proprietor of Craig's Royal Hotel also owned which Melbourne Cup winner?Nimblefoot (1870)
7%

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