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Emu Plains Correctional Centre

Emu Plains Correctional Centre - First prison in Australia

First prison in Australia, Oldest operating gaol in Australia, Located South Windsor, Operational, nearby males

Glen Innes Correctional Centre

Glen Innes Correctional Centre - First prison in Australia

First prison in Australia, Oldest operating gaol in Australia, Located South Windsor, Operational, nearby males

Tamworth Correctional Centre

Tamworth Correctional Centre - Operational, nearby males

Operational, nearby males, Located South Windsor, Oldest operating gaol in Australia, First prison in Australia

Brett Lee

Brett Lee - Former Australia n

Former Australia n, International cricket er, Second, fastest, Australian ODI player to take 100 wickets, Second, highest wicket taker for Australia, Second of three sons, Only, first, Australian, fourth bowler to get reverse swing to achieve this feat

Optus

Optus - Second, largest telecommunications company in Australia

Second, largest telecommunications company in Australia, Main sponsor of the 1997 ARL season

Shire of Noosa

Shire of Noosa - Region

Region, Town, Flourishing, reputed centre, First Council in Australia

Rugby league

Rugby league - Dominant winter sport in the eastern, Australian states

Dominant winter sport in the eastern, Australian states, Highest form of representative, rugby league, Australia, England

Freckled duck

Freckled duck - Waterfowl species

Waterfowl species, Endemic Australia, Compatible species with various establishments, Risk of further reduction

Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John - Home for sick Australia

Home for sick Australia, News

Orange Grove affair

Orange Grove affair - Political scandal in Australia

Political scandal in Australia, Home, 60 retailers

Charles Sturt

Charles Sturt - British explorer of Australia

British explorer of Australia

Canowindra

Canowindra - Largest ballooning event in Australia

Largest ballooning event in Australia

Kim Beazley

Kim Beazley - Member of the Australian House

Member of the Australian House, Ambassador of Australia, Minister for Transport, Enormous, political pressure as a result

Lake Argyle

Lake Argyle - Largest freshwater body in northern Australia

Largest freshwater body in northern Australia, Home, 26 species

Murray Grey cattle

Murray Grey cattle - Third, largest breed in Australia

Third, largest breed in Australia, Docile cattle, Moderate size

Box jellyfish

Box jellyfish - Notorious sea wasp of Australia

Notorious sea wasp of Australia

Petrov Affair

Petrov Affair - Cold War spy incident in Australia

Cold War spy incident in Australia

Grey currawong

Grey currawong - Large passerine bird

Large passerine bird, Native, southern Australia, Omnivorous, opportunistic feeder

The Fray

The Fray - American Pop rock band from Denver

American Pop rock band from Denver, Jason Hardin, Top 25 hit in Australia, Palpable

St.George Bank

St.George Bank - Australian bank

Australian bank, Turn, Fifth, largest bank operating in Australia

Lake Eyre basin

Lake Eyre basin - Largest, endorheic basin in Australia

Largest, endorheic basin in Australia, Flat rivers

Flame robin

Flame robin - Small passerine bird

Small passerine bird, Native Australia, Rare Victoria

Boxing kangaroo

Boxing kangaroo - National symbol of Australia

National symbol of Australia

Impulse Airlines

Impulse Airlines - Independent airline in Australia

Independent airline in Australia

Dally Messenger

Dally Messenger - Captain of Australia

Captain of Australia

Archibald Prize

Archibald Prize - First, major prize for portrait ure

First, major prize for portrait ure, Next, richest portrait prize in Australia

Western Highway (Victoria)

Western Highway (Victoria) - Victoria n part of the principal route

Victoria n part of the principal route, Busiest, national Highway in Australia

Ballarat

Ballarat - City on the located Yarrowee River

City on the located Yarrowee River, Significant, Victorian era gold rush boomtown in Australia, Main, retail economy in the region, Home of a largest collection, Three bikie chapters, Major manufacturer of public transportation products, Largest Cattle exchange in regional Victoria, Large, public building, Strong, regional league, Major, regional terminal for coach services, Municipality by 1855, Borough, First, Australian two cities, Biggest soccer club in Ballarat

Dingo

Dingo - Type of feral dog

Type of feral dog, Largest, terrestrial predator in Australia, Superior hunter, Tall shoulders, Minor nature, Range of typical dog behaviors

Rainbow lorikeet

Rainbow lorikeet - Species of parrot

Species of parrot, Popular lorikeet, Popular pet bird in Australia, True parrots within the Psittacoidea superfamily

Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills - Part of the Mount Lofty

Part of the Mount Lofty, First areas of South Australia, Cooler one wine regions of mainland Australia, Premier wine region within Australia

Princes Highway

Princes Highway - Major road in Australia

Major road in Australia

Satin bowerbird

Satin bowerbird - Bowerbird

Bowerbird, Endemic, eastern Australia

Coral Sea Islands

Coral Sea Islands - External territory of Australia

External territory of Australia, Low

Opera Australia

Opera Australia - Principal Opera company in Australia

Principal Opera company in Australia

Blue

Blue - Primary, main colour between violet in the RGB colour model of the Conservative Party the New Progressive Party many teams

Primary, main colour between violet in the RGB colour model of the Conservative Party the New Progressive Party many teams, Residence of the President, Favourite colour of liberty the impressionist painters for girls in 1900s, Latecomer among colours, Trophy, Flag, White, national, white, yellow, white, green, white, black, yellow, yellow, green, yellow, red, red, red, white colours of Scotland Bosnia Sierra Leone Estonia Barbados Brazil Chad Haiti Australia, Common Ireland

Greg Bennett (triathlete)

Greg Bennett (triathlete) - Athlete from Australia

Athlete from Australia, Site

Anzac biscuit

Anzac biscuit - Sweet biscuit in popular Australia

Sweet biscuit in popular Australia

Nguyen

Nguyen - Seventh, common family name in Australia

Seventh, common family name in Australia

Tanami Desert

Tanami Desert - Desert in northern Australia

Desert in northern Australia

Parkinsonia aculeata

Parkinsonia aculeata - Species of perennial flowering tree

Species of perennial flowering tree, Major, invasive species in Australia

The News (Adelaide)

The News (Adelaide) - Afternoon

Afternoon, Daily, tabloid newspaper, Last, metropolitan afternoon newspaper in Australia

Gough Whitlam

Gough Whitlam - 21st Prime Minister of Australia

21st Prime Minister of Australia, Paradoxical Prime Ministers in the last half

John Curtin

John Curtin - 14th Prime Minister of Australia

14th Prime Minister of Australia, Touch with the heretical views, Canberra, Distressed minority of unionists

William Hovell

William Hovell - English explorer of Australia

English explorer of Australia, Five months on this expedition

Robert Menzies

Robert Menzies - Prime Minister of Australia

Prime Minister of Australia, Scots, Prime Minister

New Norcia Station

New Norcia Station - ESTRACK Earth station in Australia

ESTRACK Earth station in Australia, One stations

Uranium

Uranium - Chemical element with symbol U

Chemical element with symbol U, Reproductive toxicant, Dense, hard, metallic element, Form, Plentiful, antimony tin, Important, primary material, Fascinating, Mordant s of silk, Canada, Australia, Pitchblende, Uraninite

CPA Australia

CPA Australia - Accounting body in Australia

Accounting body in Australia, Integrated education, Professional experience program, Early entrant into the Asian market

Australian pound

Australian pound - Currency of Australia

Currency of Australia

New Norcia, Western Australia

New Norcia, Western Australia - Only, monastic town in Western Australia Australia

Only, monastic town in Western Australia Australia

Peter Robertson (triathlete)

Peter Robertson (triathlete) - Olympic athlete from Australia

Olympic athlete from Australia

Lockier Burges (Australian politician)

Lockier Burges (Australian politician) - Early settler in colonial, Western Australia

Early settler in colonial, Western Australia, Superintendent of the Geraldine lead mine

Outback

Outback - Vast, remote interior of Australia

Vast, remote interior of Australia, Home, Diverse set, Ingrained, Australian heritage

Land of Oz

Land of Oz - Largest country on the continent

Largest country on the continent, Peaceful Land, Idea, Common, vernacular contraction of Australia, Fairyland

John Alexander (Australian politician)

John Alexander (Australian politician) - Former, professional Tennis player

Former, professional Tennis player, Current, Australian politician, Youngest player to represent Australia

Birdsville Track

Birdsville Track - Notable outback road in Australia

Notable outback road in Australia

Hinduism in Australia

Hinduism in Australia - Major religion in Australia

Major religion in Australia

Kendell Airlines

Kendell Airlines - Regional airline in Australia

Regional airline in Australia

Murray cod

Murray cod - Large Australia n

Large Australia n, Predatory freshwater fish, Largest, freshwater fish in Australia, Popular, angling target, Aquaculture species, Large fish with adult fish, Remarkable fish, Aged 48 years of age, Similar appearance, Abundant Clarence

Cape Barren goose

Cape Barren goose - Large goose resident in southern Australia

Large goose resident in southern Australia

Koala

Koala - Arboreal, herbivorous marsupial

Arboreal, herbivorous marsupial, Native Australia, Only, extant member of Phascolarctidae, Blinky Bill, Largest, shaggier, brown fur

Hobart

Hobart - Home port for the Antarctic activities the Australian, French, Antarctic programs

Home port for the Antarctic activities the Australian, French, Antarctic programs, Home, Many, historic churches, Tasmanian Museum, Main campus, State capital, State hub for domestic traffic, Antarctic gateway city with geographical proximity, Oldest synagogue in Australia, Famous yachting community as the finish

Australian Aboriginal Flag

Australian Aboriginal Flag - Flag

Flag, Default flag in the web game NationStates, Official flag of Australia, Separate entry in the same competition

HMAS Nestor (G02)

HMAS Nestor (G02) - Only ship of the RAN

Only ship of the RAN, Only, major RAN ship to visit Australia, Long, overall, long perpendiculars

Patrick Leslie

Patrick Leslie - Scottish settler in Australia

Scottish settler in Australia, Poor manager, Poor business manager

Banksia

Banksia - Genus

Genus, Present region of suitable rainfall, Shade of yellow orange, Heavy producers of nectar, Popular garden plants in Australia, Reliable source of insect larvae, Reddish color with an attractive grain

John Aloisi

John Aloisi - Integral member of the Australia

Integral member of the Australia

Ford Falcon (Australia)

Ford Falcon (Australia) - Longest, established, automotive manufacturer in Australia

Longest, established, automotive manufacturer in Australia, First, Australian, manufactured car to achieve five stars, Located Lara near Geelong

Qantas

Qantas - Flag carrier of Australia

Flag carrier of Australia, Main sponsor of the Qantas Wallabies for the Formula, Airline lounge for Qantas

Macquarie University

Macquarie University - Public research university

Public research university, Only university in Australia, Fourth, largest university in Sydney, First Australia, Top 3 universities in Australia

Parramatta

Parramatta - Administrative seat of the city

Administrative seat of the city, Major business, Commercial centre, Major transport hub for western Sydney, Second, oldest city in Australia, Home of several, professional sports teams, Parramatta, Large park, Adjacent Parramatta Stadium, Popular venue, Major transport interchange on the Sydney rail network, Furthest, navigable point on the Parramatta River, First, coeducational school in the Sydney, Home to dissolved the Sydney Wave, Warmer Sydney CBD in the summer, Oldest, active one Salvation Army Corps in Australia, Charles Street Weir

Strongbow (cider)

Strongbow (cider) - Dry cider in a market

Dry cider in a market, Popular brand in the UK, Crap, Perfect combination, Largest, alcoholic container in the world, Highest selling cider in Australia in 2012, Only, palatable version in the available us, Only, best cider, Best mass produced cider, Top ten drinks by sales, Better, new flavors, Best cider on the market, Available five varieties in Australia, Worst one beverages, Original, Variant, available mainland Europe, Awful

Albert Trott

Albert Trott - Test cricket er for both Australia

Test cricket er for both Australia, Dynamo in the field

Acriflavine

Acriflavine - Topical, antiseptic

Topical, antiseptic, Controlled substance in Australia

List of the largest Protestant denominations

List of the largest Protestant denominations - Only, Transdenominational organization

Only, Transdenominational organization, Important bridgehead, Methodist congregations, Independent denomination, General Conference, Bishop Albert Chiew, Third, largest church in Australia, Pivotal part of the total mission, Anglican Lutheran, John Wesley, Result

Kerry Melville

Kerry Melville - Former, professional tennis player from Australia

Former, professional tennis player from Australia

William Broughton (bishop)

William Broughton (bishop) - First Bishop of Australia

First Bishop of Australia, Busy Bishop, Simple, conservative politics

Silverwater Correctional Complex

Silverwater Correctional Complex - Oldest operating gaol in Australia

Oldest operating gaol in Australia, Located South Windsor

John Gorton

John Gorton - 19th Prime Minister of Australia

19th Prime Minister of Australia, Freemason, Popular Prime Minister, Member of the State executive, Successful candidate, Minister assisting Paul Hasluck in 1960, Second child of John Rose Gorton, Only Senator to become Prime Minister, Unhurt

Gold Coast, Queensland

Gold Coast, Queensland - Third, largest film production centre in Australia

Third, largest film production centre in Australia, 600 car racing event, Popular tourist destination in Queensland, Located Coolangatta of Surfers Paradise

Foreign relations of Australia

Foreign relations of Australia - Participant at the inaugural ASEAN

Participant at the inaugural ASEAN, Active United Nations, Process undertaking studies on Free Trade Agreements, One founders of the United Nations, Party, Australia

Albendazole

Albendazole - Benzimidazole with the broadest spectrum

Benzimidazole with the broadest spectrum, Effective treatment for Flatworms Fasciolosis Cestodes, Pregnancy class D drug in Australia

Demographics of South Korea

Demographics of South Korea - Residents of Australia

Residents of Australia

Football in Australia

Football in Australia - Popular sport in Australia

Popular sport in Australia, Inappropriate girls, Popular football code by attendance

Karaoke

Karaoke - Direct Internet division

Direct Internet division, Popular form of recreation, Big hit, Major karaoke brand in Australia, Available Android, Popular Scotland with dedicated karaoke venues, Popular, Asian countries, Popular one karaoke contests

Peter Tatchell

Peter Tatchell - British, human rights campaigner from Australia

British, human rights campaigner from Australia, Critic of capital punishment, Strong opponent of the Russian, LGBT propaganda law, 32 campaigners, Critical, Islamic fundamentalism

Wesley College (Victoria)

Wesley College (Victoria) - Largest school in Australia

Largest school in Australia, One six founding members of the Associated Public Schools, Located Leopold Downs station about 80 km, Former, Australian Prime Minister s Sir Robert Menzies

Private school

Private school - Oldest, Catholic school in Australia

Oldest, Catholic school in Australia, Popular parents

Numbat

Numbat - Emblem of Western Australia

Emblem of Western Australia, Small, carnivorous marsupial from Australia

Northern Pacific seastar in Australia

Northern Pacific seastar in Australia - Invasive species in Australia

Invasive species in Australia, Specific ocean

Lake Parramatta

Lake Parramatta - Popular swimming hole between 1920 1940

Popular swimming hole between 1920 1940, First, large dam, 73 hectare bushland, Parkland reserve, Cylindrical, only masonry arch dam with a vertical water face in Australia, Rarity