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General Knowledge ~ 12

Who made the first solo flight from England to Australia? Bert Hinkler
Which sportsman said, "My greatest strength is that I have no weaknesses"? John McInroe
What do you call the rear of a ship? Stern
In which films would you find the character John McClane? The Die Hard series
How many dots are there on a pair of dice? 42
What major Australian town is situated aprox. 30 km west of Wyangala Dam? Cowra
In which city would you find St. Paul's Cathedral? London
What city would you be flying into if you landed at Marco Polo Airport? Venice
What is the capital of Guyana? Georgetown
What countries border Turkey? Bulgaria, Syria, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Amenia and Greece
In which US state would you find the Grand Canyon? Arizona
What plant gives beer its bitter taste and smell? The hop
How long did the Korean War last? Three years and one month
What is the name of the famous Darwin gaol? Fannie Hill
Which Rugby League team did Bob Fulton play for before Manly? Wollongong Wests
Who was the male lead in the 1960s film The Graduate? Dustin Hoffman
Who is the author of Silence of the Lambs? Thomas Harris
What is the world's longest venomous snake? King Cobra
Who scored the Golden Point to win game 1 in the 2004 State of Origin? Shaun Timmins
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

 


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