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101 Great Trivia Question & Answer sets
101 More Great Trivia Questions

and their answers

  • What type of animal spoke wisdom to Homer Simpson during his 'chill' trip?
    A Coyote
  • Which NSW town do David Campese and Mark Webber come from?
    Queenbeyan
  • How high is Uluru in metres?
    348 m
  • Who played Starscy and Hutch in the 2004 movie?
    Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller
  • Which Australian city hosted the 2001 Goodwill Games?
    Brisbane
  • In which country is the Curragh racecourse?
    Ireland
  • How many laps is the V8 Supercar Bathurst 1000 race?
    161
  • In which sport is the King's Cup contested?
    Rowing
  • In which city would you find the Forbidden City?
    BejingIn
  • whichWhich bird's name means two under par in golf?
    Eagle
  • Which leg starts a swimming medley?
    Backstroke
  • Which Australian band has an album by the name of Odysey No. 5?
    Powerfinger
  • When did Patric White become the first Australian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature?
    1973
  • What is the chemical symbol for iron?
    Fe
  • How many days were there in 2004?
    366
  • In which sport would you shavedown for negative splits?
    Swimming
  • What is Australia's second oldest city?
    Hobart
  • What is the badge number of Clint Eastwood's character Dirty Harry?
    2211
  • Who was the Australian of the year in2004?
    Steve Waugh
  • How many medals did Ian Thorpe win at the Sydney Olympics?
    Five (Three gold and two silver)
  • Who holds the record for most tests as prop for the Wallabies?
    Ewen McKenzie (51 tests)
  • How many medals did Russia win at the 1984 LA Olympics?
    None, they boycotted
  • What is Don Bradman's middle name?
    George
  • Which country has the most volcanoes?
    Indonesia
  • What is the name of the fictional cricketer created by 'The Panel's' Tom Gleisner?
    Warrick Todd
  • In what year did South Melbourne become the Sydney Swans?
    1982
  • Which swimmer was known as Madam Butterfly?
    Susie O'neil
  • In which 1981 film does the soccer legend Pele appear?
    Escape to Victory
  • What is the dog's name in Family Guy?
    Brian
  • Which famous golfer retired in 2004 after the US Masters?
    Arnold Palmer
  • Which city is the world's most populated?
    Tokyo
  • In which computer game is Lara Croft the heroine?
    Tomb Raiders
  • What is the most common gas in the Earth's atmosphere?
    Nitrogen
  • Who recorded the album Graceland?
    Paul Simon
  • Which golfer is nicknamed 'The Big Easy'?
    Ernie Ells
  • Which number is at 6 o'clock on the dartboard?
    Three
  • What is the Matilda in Waltzing Matilda?
    A swag
  • What is the name of the former Prime Minister Malcom Frazer's wife?
    Tammy
  • Who recorded the1999 album Messenger?
    Jimmie Little
  • Does sound travel faster through water or steel?
    Steel
  • What is an auctioneer's hammer called?
    A gavel
  • What is the nickname of the Queensland cricket team?
    Bulls
  • Which Australian tennis player was nicknamed 'Muscles'?
    Ken Rosewall
  • In which Brisbanbe suburb is 'The Gabba' situated?
    Woolongabba
  • In which year were the Montreal Olympics held?
    1976
  • Which middle East country hosted the first F1 race in 2004?
    Bahrain
  • Which sport is featured in the movie Cool Running?
    Bobsled
  • In which year was the first Melbourne Cup run?
    1861
  • Who is known as the Golden Bear?
    Jack Nicklaus
  • How many masts does a Sloop have?
    One
  • Who faced the first ever ball in test cricket?
    Charles Bannerman
  • When was the first Test played at Bellerive Oval in Hobart?
    1989/90 (Aus v Sl)
  • Who said, "It was a wise man who invented beer"?
    Plato
  • Who faced the underarm delivery at the MCG on Feb 1, 1981?
    Brian McKenzie
  • What is the chemical symbol for Lead?
    Pb
  • Who said 'Lisa, Vampires are make believe like Elves, Gremlins and Eskimos'?
    Homer Simpson
  • What is the only type of bird that can fly backwards?
    Hummingbird
  • What does the A in DNA stand for?
    Acid

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