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Lake Burley Griffin was created by the damming of which river?
What is Summernats?
The annual conference of political party the Nationals
What is the largest university in Canberra?
Australian National University
The Governor General's official residence, Government House, is more commonly known as...
Who opened Parliament House in 1927?
Prince Albert, Duke of York
Baron Stonehaven, Governor General
Jack Lang, Premier of New South Wales
Who did not attend Canberra Grammar School?
Kerry Packer, media magnate
Tim Ferguson, comedian and broadcaster
Gough Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia
Malcolm Gillies, Vice-Chancellor of City University London and London Metropolitan University
Ferguson attended a public alternative school in Canberra called School Without Walls
Canberra is in...
Australian Capital Territory
What is the second Monday in March?
Canberra Agricultural Fair
The Mass of Saint Stromlo
Which animals are featured on the coat of arms of the City of Canberra?
A wombat and an echidna
A black swan and a white swan
A flying fox and a ring-tail possum
The black swan represents Aboriginal Australians, and the white swan represents Australians of European heritage
People from Canberra are...
What is the Prime Minister's official residence?
How does Canberra celebrate its sister city relationship with Nara, Japan?
An annual festival of candles
An annual kite flying competition
A Shinto shrine and Japanese garden in Stirling Park
A student exchange program between secondary schools
What is the local team in the National Rugby League?
The Vikings and the Brumbies play rugby union. The Lakers play hockey.
Callister Crescent in Theodore is named after the inventor of...
All Australian inventions, so we see the priority here.
Many suburbs, including Chifley, Deakin, Scullin and Page, are named after...
Ships in the First Fleet
First World War Generals