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Emu
   is   
A Large Australian Flightless Bird
Australian Crawl
   sang the song   
Oh No Not You Again
Aerial Ping-Pong
   means   
Australian Rules Football
(afl) "Melbournians love their Aerial Ping-Pong". Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria.
Bush
   means   
Australian Country
"Going bush for the weekend"
John Howard
   is/was the   
Australian Prime Minister
11 March 1996 - 24 November 2007. Liberal Party.
Gough Whitlam
   is/was the   
Australian Prime Minister
1972-75. Labor Party.
Malcolm Fraser
   is/was the   
Australian Prime Minister
1975-83. Liberal Party
Robert Hawke
   is/was the   
Australian Prime Minister
1983-91. Labor Party. Holds record for the fastest consumption of a yard of ale at University of Western Australia.
Australian Associated Press
   news agency is based in   
Sydney
AAP - Founded 1935.
Australian Antarctic Territory
   is situated in   
Antarctica
Australia
Australia
   is the site of   
Australian Fossil Mammal Sites Riversleigh / Naracoorte
Australia
   is the location of   
Great Australian Bight National Park
Australian Tourist Commission
   used the slogan   
"... Another Shrimp on the Barbie ..."
Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin, Charles Conder
   are all   
Australian Heidelberg School Painters
The name refers to the then rural area near Melbourne where practitioners of the style found their subjects.
Tooheys, XXXX, Coopers, Swan
   are all   
Australian Beers
Foster’s may be the most famous brand!!
Kylie Minogue, Olivia Newton John, Yothu Yindi
   are all   
Australian Singing Artists
Canberra-Goulburn
   is situated in   
Australian Capital Territory
Archdiocese
Australian Rainforest Scorpion
   is found in   
Australia
Liocheles waigiensis
Australian Masked Owl
   belong to the order   
Strigiformes
Family: Tytonidae
Australian Pine
   has the Latin name   
Casuarina Cunninghamiana
50 Metre Arc
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
One of the arcs that exist at each end of the ground, 50m from the goal line
50 Metre Penalty
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Applied by umpires to a number of different infractions when a free kick or mark has already been paid.
Ball-up
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Describes a method of restarting play at a neutral contest after a stoppage within the field of play.
Centre Half-back
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Refers to a position in the half-back line of a football field.
Centre Half-forward
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Refers to a position on the half-forward line of a football field. The directly opposing player is a Centre-Half-Back.
Checkside Punt
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Kicking style used in Australian Rules which bends away from the body and is usually used when a set shot for goal is lined up on a narrow angle.
Chicken Wing Tackle
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A move in Australian Rules Football in which a player locks an opponent's arm so that he or she cannot legally move the ball.
Coast to Coast Goal
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A goal that is scored by delivering the ball from one end of the oval to the other and scoring a goal, without the opposing team touching the ball.
Drop Punt
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A type of kick where the ball is held vertically, and dropped and kicked before it hits the ground, resulting in the ball spinning backwards end over end.
Follower
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A term used to describe the ruckman, ruck rover and rover because they have traditionally been used as players that follow the ball all around the ground, as opposed to playing in a set position
Forward Pocket
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Refers to a position on the field deep in offense.
Fullback
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A position has traditionally been a purely defensive role, with the aim of preventing the full-forward from marking the ball and scoring.
Full-forward
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A position in Australian rules football and Gaelic football with a key focus on kicking goals.
Goalsneak
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Usually describes a forward player, particularly a player in a forward pocket, who is small and nimble.
Grubber Kick
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A type of kick which results in the ball moving erratically along the ground.
Half-back Line
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Refers to the positions of the 3 players on the field that occupy the centre-half back and left and right half-back flank positions.
Half-forward Line
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Refers to a position on the field of play consisting of a left and right half-forward flank player, as well as a centre half-forward.
Holding the Man
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A law in Australian Rules Football which is necessary to prevent players from slowing down play. Instead of the umpire having to bounce the ball (which gives either team an opportunity to win possession), it allows the defence a way to take possession directly from the attacking team.
Kick-to-kick
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
As well as a warm up exercise before a game, the term is used to describe a social exercise played in parks, fields, streets, back yards and also as a playground game that requires at least two people.
One Percenter
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A statistic kept in Australian football, and relates to a variety of actions which benefit the team, but are infrequent or defensive.
Push in the Back
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A free kick awarded in Australian rules football against a player who illegally tackles or interferes with a player from behind.
Ruck
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Position filled by the ruckman in Australian rules football.
Ruckman
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Typically a tall and athletic player who contests at centre bounces and stoppages (such as boundary throw-ins and ball-ups). The ruckman is one of the most important players on the field.
Running Bounce
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
A skill in the sport of Australian rules football when a player, while running, bounces the ball on the ground and back to himself. This is necessary due to the ball having to touch the ground every fifteen metres whilst in play.
Rushed Behind
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
Occurs when the ball passes through the goalposts and was last touched by a defending player. It is similar to an own goal in other sports. Can be used as a tactic in gaining a free kick for the defending team.
Shepherding
   is used in   
Australian Rules Football
The act of legally obstructing or preventing an opposing player from gaining possession of the ball or reaching the contest.
Australia
   is the site of   
Australian Convict Sites
Tony Abbott
   is/was the   
Australian Prime Minister
28th Prime Minister 2013 -2015
Malcolm Turnbull
   is/was the   
Australian Prime Minister
29th Prime Minister - 2015 - 2018
John Howard
   said   
"I'd Like to Be Seen As an Average Australian Bloke. I Can't Think Of... I Can't Think of a Nobler Description of Anybody Than to Be Called an Average Australian Bloke"
25th Australian Prime Minister






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