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9 Quiz Questions on Australia Famous South Australians





Here are 9 Australia Famous South Australians Questions that are provided for your Quiz or Trivia Night at no cost. Scroll to the bottom to see the answers.






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Antonio Giannon arrived in South Australia in 1839 and was the states first migrant from which country ?

 Italy
 Spain
 Mexico

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In 1878, William Woodroofe cofound the Woodroofe (Woodies) brand of soft drinks, in Norwood, South Australia with his partner [Bruce R------] ?

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Who made an outstanding comeback for the Sturt Football Club, as he coached them to winning five straight premierships from 1966-70 and on to play their Rivals, Port Adelaide, in the next four Grand Finals, by emphasizing teamwork and ball disposal ? [Jack O----]

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Who was the first Australian woman to be nominated as an Australian political delegate, being a Scottish South Australian, in the constitutional convention that went on to draft the first Australian constitution ? [Catherine Helen S-----]

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In April 1860, John McDouall Stuart became the first European to see the infamous, fifty metre tall, 350 million year old sandstone rock formation, [C------ Pillar].

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The first recorded planting of a grape vine in South Australia was in 1836, in Chichester Gardens, North Adelaide, by the settler of what name .. ? [John Barton H---]

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Who was the 26th Premier of South Australia, and leader of the first Labor party government in the world ? [John V-----]

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Which southern Australian cofounded an order of nuns in 1866, and became the first Australian saint of the Catholic Church in 2010 ? [Mary H---- M--------]

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Australian-born British physicist William Lawrence Bragg once said : The important thing in science is not so much to obtain [n-- -----] as to discover new ways of thinking about them.


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