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Question 1: Sydney is the capital not only of Australia but also of which province?
(B) New South Wales
Question 2: It is situated on the southern shore of which Port?
(A) Victor Harbor
(B) Port Victoria
(C) Port Jackson
(D) Port Vincent
Question 3: What is the name of the river just north of Sydney?
(A) Murrumbidgee River
(B) River Murray
(C) Lachlan River
(D) Hawkesbury River
Question 4: what are the mountains to the west of Sydney called?
(A) Mount Kosciuszko
(B) The Blue Mountains
(C) Mount Townsend
(D) Mount Twynam
Question 5: Who, in 1788, described Sydney Harbour as ‘a noble and capacious harbour, equal if not superior, to any yet known in the world’?
(A) Arthur Phillip
(B) Thomas Townshend
(C) Governor Arthur Phillip
(D) None of above
Question 6: what year was the Sydney Harbour Bridge completed?
Question 7: The Sydney Opera House is surely one of the most easily recognisable buildings in the world. But whereabouts is it situated exactly?
(A) Bennelong Point
(B) One Central Park
(C) Sydney Tower
(D) Australia Square
Question 8: What is the name of the Museum of Social History in Queens Square?
(A) Vaucluse House
(B) Rose Seidler House
(C) Hyde Park Barracks
(D) One Central Park
Question 9: What building was formerly on the site now occupied by the New South Wales Conservatorium of Music?
(A) Elizabeth Bay House
(B) Australia Square
(C) One Central Park
(D) Government House
Question 10: What is the address of ‘Parliament House’, the home of the N.S.W. Legislature?
(A) George Street
(B) Macquarie Street
(C) Oxford Street
(D) Gould Street
Question 11: What is the oldest surviving private building in Sydney, built in 1816?
(A) Elizabeth Bay Houserticles
(B) Queen Victoria Building
(C) Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
(D) Cadman’s Cottage
Question 12: Sydney center is connected to Darling Harbour by what means of transport?
(A) New South Wales
(B) A monorail
(D) None of above
Question 13: Sydney’s Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences is housed today in what used to
be a power station and tram depot. What is it called?
(A) The Powerhouse Museum
(B) Australian Army Artillery Museum
(C) Australian History Museum
(D) Australian National Maritime Museum
Question 14: What was used for currency in Sydney until coins were introduced around 1815?
Question 15: Which Sydney suburb is called ‘The Cradle of Australia’?