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Australian Geography Questions - All Grades

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Grade 7 Australian Geography
Which is a tourist attraction in Australia where many people go to watch theatrical performances?
  1. Sydney Opera House
  2. The Museum of Natural History
  3. Broadway
  4. The Vatican
Grade 5 Australian Geography
What is the only continent that is also a country?
  1. Australia
  2. Asia
  3. North America
  4. Africa
Grade 5 Australian Geography
What is a country on the continent of Australia?
  1. Mississippi
  2. Australia
  3. Texas
  4. Russia
Grade 6 Australian Geography
The religion the Aborigines believed in was called
  1. Buddhism
  2. Islam
  3. Dreamtime
  4. Christianity
Grade 6 Australian Geography
What is the interior of Australia, mainly desert, called?
  1. plateau
  2. savanna
  3. billabong
  4. the Outback
Grade 7 Australian Geography
Australia's three largest deserts are :
  1. Sturt Desert, Stoney Desert, Great sandy desert
  2. Simson desert, Great Sandy desert, Central Desert
  3. Great Sandy desert, Great Victorian desert, Gibson desert
  4. Styrezlecki desert, simpson desert, Great Victorian desert
Grade 7 Australian Geography
Grade 7 Australian Geography
What is Australia's official language?
  1. French
  2. Spanish
  3. English
  4. Dutch
Grade 10 Australian Geography
AUSTRALIA'S GLOBAL AND REGIONAL LINKS

Match the following facts and information with the correct title. (Words include: Aid, communication, culture, defence, migration, tourism, trade, sport)

1.                 Communication                 = Australian technological developments are found throughout the world and take many forms, designed to tackle regional and global problems. E.g. of Australian in invention include the bionic ear, black box flight recorder, voice transmission for internet, 'face cam' sports television and 'stump cam'.
2.         Trade         = Despite our relatively small role in this link (approx. 1.4%), we rely on these links to promote economic development. In 2011, China was our dominant export market for goods with $71.5b, followed by Japan, Korea and India
3.         Sport         = There have been recent concerns about lower levels of involvement in this link, particularly in the decline of fitness levels for children and the rise of obesity. However, Australia still has a high participation rate in this link. Approximately 39% of the Australian public are active in this link at some levels, and this compares favourably with international competitors.
4.       Aid       = Australia's program for this link focuses on governance, health, education, agriculture, rural development and infrastructure. In 2013/14 Australia aims to provide around $900 million over 4 years in new initiatives.
5.           Culture           = Since European settlement, Australia's traditional link were Anglo-Saxon and Christian. Contemporary relations between Australia and our neighbours are now many and varied including many institutes. Global links are especially noted in events link the Melbourne's Comedy Festival, Sydney's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's day and Chinese New Year Celebration.
6.           Defence           = Australia will spend over $52.6m over 3 years. We have established strong ties and this link and its economic interests are lined strongly to the security and stability of the Asia-Pacific region.
7.             Migration             = Nearly 8% of Australia's 23m people over the age of 15, were born overseas. Many residents of Australia, or children, due to their parents, are in Australia because of this link.
8.           Tourism           = Australia's cultural links to tis region are reflected in the number of Australians' going overseas and, in turn, the thousands of overseas [this link] visiting Australia each year.
Grade 7 Australian Geography
The islands of Melenesia lie
  1. Just North and East of Australia
  2. Very near Hawaii
  3. South and West of Australia
  4. In the Indian Ocean
Grade 10 Australian Geography
What single city contains about 20% of the residence of its entire continent?
  1. Sydney, Australia
  2. New York City, New York
  3. Honolulu, Hawaii
  4. All of the Above
Grade 7 Australian Geography
The two major climate zones of Australia are
  1. Steppe and desert
  2. humid subtropical and desert
  3. Tropical savanna and Mediterranean
  4. Tundra and steppe
Grade 9 Australian Geography
Grade 9 Australian Geography
Why were people attracted to the Tamworth area?
  1. good distance to the ocean
  2. rich fertile soil
  3. good forests for timber
  4. nice flat land
Grade 10 Australian Geography
What is Australia's national capital?
  1. Sydney
  2. Brisbane
  3. Melbourne
  4. Canberra
Grade 9 Australian Geography
Australia is a major exporter of:
  1. rice
  2. maize and cereals
  3. plantation crops
  4. flowers
  5. wheat
Grade 10 Australian Geography
Grade 9 Australian Geography
What is the constant temperature of these homes in Coober Pedy?
  1. 31 Celcius
  2. 23 Celcius
  3. 13 Celcius
  4. 13 celcius
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