Ultimate traveller quiz – Part 17

Time for another round of the general knowledge travel quiz, with questions ranging from famous planes through to Australia’s longest jetty. There are 20 questions designed to challenge your general travel knowledge. We think 14/20 would be the score to beat. Good luck

Home to a lagoon rated one of the world's most beautiful, the island Aitutaki belongs to which group?

1. French Polynesia
2. Cook Islands
3. Maldives

In which country did the style of cooking meat known as "jerk" originate?

1. Jamaica
2. Sri Lanka
3. Spain

First opened in 1919, in what year was Sydney Airport renamed after Kingsford Smith?

1. 1936
2. 1960
3. 1988

At more than 1.8 kilometres long, in which city would you find Australia's longest wooden jetty?

1. Busselton, WA
2. Eden, NSW
3. Portsea, Vic

Which of the following countries does NOT feature the colour red on its flag?

1. Argentina
2. Singapore
3. Vietnam

What was the first aircraft ever flown by Qantas, a replica of which can be seen at Sydney's domestic terminal?

1. Boeing 707-138
2. Avro 504K
3. de Havilland DH.50

Barcelona's colourful Park Guell was designed by which architect?

1. Jorn Guell
2. Antoni Gaudi
3. Frank Gehry

What two colours make up the Swedish flag?

1. Yellow and blue
2. Blue and Red
3. Blue and White

What is the airport code for Ballina Byron Gateway Airport?

1. BAL
2. BNK
3. BBG

What is the world's fourth largest continent?

1. South America
2. Europe
3. North America

The recently opened Oval Hotel is located within which sporting stadium?

1. Optus Stadium
2. Melbourne Cricket Ground
3. Adelaide Oval

The Virunga mountains, home to the critically endangered mountain gorilla, border Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and which other country?

1. Rwanda
2. Kenya
3. South Sudan

What colour is a New Zealand passport?

1. Black
2. Green
3. Blue

In which US city would you find Paisley Park, the home and recording studio of late singer Prince, now open for tours?

1. Minneapolis
2. Chicago
3. Detroit

At close to 20,000 square kilometres, what is the largest national park in Australia?

1. Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre
2. Uluru-Kata Tjuta
3. Kakadu

What is a draniki?

1. Czech toastie
2. Russian meatball
3. Belarusian potato pancake

The landscape in the blockbuster film Avatar was partly based on Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. Where is it?

1. China
2. Vietnam
3. Mongolia

In which year did the British Museum open its doors?

1. 1759
2. 1959
3. 1859

Approximately how many statues are in the Terracotta Army, discovered near Xi'an, China in 1974?

1. 8,000
2. 80,000
3. 800

Where is the only place in the world you can find a Louvre museum outside France?

1. Abu Dhabi, UAE
2. Montreal, Canada
3. New York, USA

All 20 questions completed!

Ultimate traveller quiz – Part 17

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