Melbourne (1956) Sydney (2000)
Melbourne (capital of Victoria) was the first Australian city to hold the Olympics, in 1956.In 2000, Sydney hosted the Olympic Games.
1956 in Melbourne and 2000 in Sydney.
Melbourne hosted the Summer Games in 1956.
In 1956 the Olympic Games were held in Melbourne, Victoria and in 2000 they were held in Sydney, New South Wales.
Australia has twice hosted the summer games in 1956 (Melbourne) and 2000 (Sydney). The Winter Olympics have never been held in Australia.
Australian Olympic Games in Melbourne
Italy Winter Australia Sweden Summer
Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000. Both Summer Games.
Melbourne in 1956
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Melbourne in 1956 and Sydney in 2000.
Melbourne, Australia + Stockholm, SwedenCortina d'Ampezzo, Italy
Italy has hosted the Olympic games three times in total. 1956 Winter Olympic Games: Cortina d' Ampezzo - Italy. 1960 Summer Olympic Games: Rome - Italy. 2006 Winter Oly,pic Games: Turin - Italy.
Yes, in Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000.
i think it was Melbourne in 1956 answer is :- Melbourne
Australia hosted the first Olympics in the Southern Hemisphere, when they hosted the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.The country also hosted the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Italy has hosted three Olympic Games: Summer Olympics: 1960 - Rome Winter Olympics: 1956 - Cortina d'Ampezzo, 2006 - Turin
There have been two Olympic Games held in Australia - Melbourne - from 22-Nov-1956 to 8-Dec-1956 Sydney - from 15-Sep-2000 to 1-Oct-2000
Australasia/Oceania have hosted the Summer Olympic Games twice. These Games were in 1956 in Melbourne, and 2000 in Sydney. Europe, Asia and North America have hosted the Summer Games on more than two occasions each. South America is due to host its first Summer Games in 2016, whilst Africa (and Antarctica) have never hosted one.
Australia has hosted the Summer Olympics twice ... 1956 in Melbourne and 2000 in Sydney. New Zealand have never host an Olympic Games.
Twice. 1) 1956 in Cortina d'Ampezzo. 2) 2006 in Turin.