Australian History Quizzes & Trivia

Australia is one of the largest nations in the world that flaunts a vast history. Check out the online Australian history quizzes to discover facts about the establishment of the colonies, the nation’s independence, the Australian role in World War I and II, and more.
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This is a short quiz to challenge you on your knowledge about the history of Australia.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 676   |  Last updated: Jun 19, 2017
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    The name Australia was formally adopted in which year?

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Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 702   |  Last updated: Jun 19, 2017
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    Captain Cook sailed on the first fleet.

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Questions: 9  |  Attempts: 70   |  Last updated: Jan 17, 2013
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    Was Captain cook the first person to come to Austrlia ?

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Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 731   |  Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
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    Which is the largest part of the brain ?

Australian history 1760-1870

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 164   |  Last updated: Mar 14, 2012
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    In what year did Captain Cook first voyage across the Pacific to Tahiti?

Australian History Questions & Answers

How many Convicts made the journey on the First Fleet?
One hundred people came on the first fleet andit is safe
How many convicts the first fleet carried?
The correct answer is: 586 men,192 women.
Is it True or False?QANTAS is the oldest operating airline in the world.
The question doesn't specify 'continuous operation'. Therefore the the correct answer is FALSE. KLM: october 7, 1919Still in operationOperations stopped during World War II (in Europe) apart from the operations in the Dutch Antilles in the Carib
Who was the first European to claim Australia?
British Captain James Cook in 1770In 1770, James Cook sailed along and mapped the east coast of Australia, which he named New South Wales and claimed for Great Britain.