Who is the most famous icon in Australia?
It could be;
The Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Koala Bear
Sir Donald Bradman (famous cricketer)
Paul Hogan (famous larikin)
The Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Koala Bear
Sir Donald Bradman (famous cricketer)
Paul Hogan (famous larikin)
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Celebrities and bands and artists : AC/DC, Olivia Newton-John, Kylie Minogue, Rolf Harris, Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman, Mel Gibson, Dame Edna Everage, The Seekers, Crocodile Dundee, Snowy River, Gypsy & the Cat, Empire of the Sun, the Bee Gees, Frank Ifield, Geoffery Rush, Cate Blanchett, Heath… Ledger, Steve Irwin Animals: dingo, kangaroo, koala, platypus, emus, deadly snakes Sports: Australian Football, swimming, Australian Open, Melbourne Cup, Grand Prix, Donald Bradman, Rod Laver, Margaret Court, John Newcombe, Greg Norman, winning the America's Cup, youngest girl to sail solo around the world, yachting, top surfers, and top cricket, netball, hockey and rugby sides Landmarks: Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Ayers Rock/Uluru, MCG, Great Barrier Reef, the Melbourne Zoo, The Outback, open spaces generally, The Whitsundays, the Twelve Apostles Cultural: Australian Aborigine, its multitude of cultures Discovery: gold discoveries in mid-1800's, motor lawn Mower, the hills hoist Foods: Vegemite, Meat Pies, lamingtons, apples, bananas, and pineapple ( Full Answer )
Mel Gibson, Nicole Kidman, Kieth ... Her husband, Russell Crowe, David Argue (Another actor), ... and others.
well I'I'm pretty sure its Oprah Winfrey IMPROVEMENT I would say that it's our Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Not everyone in Australia watches American talk shows...
In recent years, Stefani Germanotta, known by her stage name LadyGaga, is considered the most rebellious icon of style. Sheattracted controversy for wearing a dress made of meat andgenerally fore rejecting what American society considers pretty.
The most famous sheep, if not the most abundant sheep, in Australia is called the Merino.
There are many famous bridges in Australia. Some of these are:Albert Bridge, Alfords Point Bridge, ANZAC Bridge, Batman Bridgeand Bolte Bridge.
The most famous river in Australia would be the Murray River. TheMurray River is Australia's longest river, at 2,508 km long (almost1,600 miles). It begins in the Snowy Mountains in Australia'ssoutheast, and flows through South Australia to the Southern Ocean.
Major floods in Australia's history include:. Gundagai floods (Murrumbidgee River), June 1852: 89 people were killed and the old town of Gundagai swept away . Brisbane floods, January 1974: 16 people died, 300 were injured, and 9,000 people left homeless. Total cost of the damage, in 1974 values, …was $200 million. . Hunter Valley floods, February 1955: 25 people were killed ( Full Answer )
These would have to be the famous, Sydney "Opera House" and the Sydney " Harbour Bridge".. Trust me, I am Australian.. This answer is correct.... : - }
The most famous, or well-known animal in Australia would be eitherthe kangaroo or the koala. The kangaroo is certainly the mostabundant.
It is hard to determine the most "famous" food without parameters such as "most liked", "most often bought", etc; however, Vegemite would arguably be the most famous food in Australia because it is distinctive and entirely unique in both flavour and Australian origin. Although others may cite… Tim Tams or Lamingtons as the most famous, they do not have the same reputation outside of Australia; nor do they retail as popularly within Australia. ( Full Answer )
Two gold miners are particularly well known. Edward Hargraves is credited with the first official gold discovery in New South Wales, whilst Paddy Hannan's discovery in the west helped establish the booming town of Kalgoorlie.
Many People think that you have to live in America to become famous, no. Jessica Watson is famous and she's a Australian. If your trying to be famous for doing something like hold your breath and pretend to be a chicken for more than 1 min, you need to get people to know your talent. Sart by making …a video of you doing it on youtube, then (when you get better at it) audition for a show like Australia's got talent. If it's to be a famous for your singing (Miley Cyrus), or Acting (Megan Fox). Go to acting classes or singing classes, brush up on your skills. If you already do (or if you've done that) Audition for a show like Australian Idol, or audition for a movie (i'm sure they do movie auditions in Sydney and Brisbane). If you don't get in to the movie or show i post another video on youtube. Try again next year and the next year. If all else fails just keep trying. hope that helps :D ( Full Answer )
One of the most popular water sports in Australia is surfing.Australia's coastline offers the surfer a good challenge with highwaves and great weather.
The Sydney Opera House is arguably one of the most famous buildings in Australia. Of equal significance is Parliament House.
I'd say the Sydney Harbour Bridge or the Opera House are more internationally famous than even Sydney itself!
Sydney Harbour bridge . Sydney Opera house . Sydney Olympic stadium . Uluru / Ayers Rock . Great Barrier Reef . Bungle-Bungles
Australia's most famous aviator is probably Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, who made the first Pacific crossing. Dick Smith is a contemporary aviator and entrepreneur, while Bert Hinkler is also a famous aviator from the past.
1 Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney NSW 2 Storey Bridge Brisbane QLD 3 Richmond Bridge Richmond TAS
Bondi Beach is said to be the most popular and well known beach in Australia.
Ned Kelly.. Ned Kelly was not a convict. Francis Greenway was a convict who had been an architect. When released, he returned to architecture, designing many of Sydney's early buildings.
every town in Australia has its own favourite beach or surf spot. But the most famous beach in Australia would have to be Bondi. They've even made a show about this beach. its called bondi rescue. its madddd!
The Sydney Opera House - Sydney. The Parliament and Old Parliament Houses - Canberra. Sydney Harbour Bridge - New South Wales. The Three Sisters - New South Wales. The Great Barrier Reef - Southern Australia . For more see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Landmarks
Barry J Marshall is the courageous discoverer of the cause of gastric ulcers in the human stomach. He noticed in biopsies of ulcerated stomach tissue that corkscrew shaped bacteria, now known as Helicobacter Pylori, were always present in the samples. He reasoned that taking a course of antibiotics …would cure the condition but this went against accepted tradition. Zantac being the drug of choice to manage the condition but not cure it. It being unethical to subject a volunteer to his findings he bravely drunk a flask of these bacteria and subsequently contracted a serious ulcerated stomach. In poor health and,after thorough self examination using endoscopy, he documented his condition and subsequent recovery and cure by self administering of antibiotics. Marshall was awarded the 2005 Nobel prize for medicine after a 10 year battle to get his original work recognised since it's first publication in the 'Lancet ' magazine in 1985. ( Full Answer )
yes. He is mainly popular because he shows what Australians are. He showed love for his people, something that all Australians cherish
Sir Don Bradman is widely regarded as the greatest ever cricketer with a test average of 99.94.
More natural (not man-made) landforms or features of Australia,besides Uluru, which may also be considered icons would be: . the Great Barrier Reef . Kata Tjuta . Wave Rock . The Twelve Apostles . Fraser Island . The Blue Mountains . Murray River . Bungle Bungles (Purnululu) . Glasshouse …Mountains . Daintree Rainforest . Mt Kosciuszko . The Pinnacles National Park ( Full Answer )
The character Mario from the Mario Bros. Nintendo game is probably the most easily recognizable symbol of Nintendo's widespread video game success. Other Nintendo characters such as Yoshi, Luigi, Link, Kirby and many more from several other games of the time period are also staples of the Nintend…o industry. ( Full Answer )
There are two contenders for this title: . Uluru / Ayers Rock in central Australia . the Great Barrier Reef, a 2,300 km long series of coral reefs and stolls off the Queensland coast
Famous Australian singers - Kylie Minogue an Keith Urban gained celebrity status early in their career. They have recorded and sold numerous albums, CD's and DVD's and received gold and platinum disks.
Probably merino, a breed of sheep that originated in Spain. They produce very fine wool, but are not tolerant of wet country - not usually a problem in Aus.
Many people would say Captain Cook was famous for discoveringAustralia, but they would be wrong on two counts. Firstly, Cook wasstill just a lieutenant when he charted Australia's east coast.Secondly, Cook did not discover Australia. Cook was not the firstEuropean, nor even the first Englishman to l…and on Australia'sshores. Arguably, the most famous "discoverer" of Australia was DutchmanWillem Jansz/Janszoon, who was seeking new trade routes and tradeassociates. Commanding the Duyfken, he became the first recordedEuropean to step foot on Australia's shores on the western shore ofCape York Peninsula, on 26 February 1606. "Most famous", of course, refers to whomever is most known about bymany people. For more discussion on the discovery of Australia, andwho really discovered the continent, see the discussion pages. ( Full Answer )
Jacqueline Kennedy . brigitte bardot catherine deneuve faye dunaway mia farrow tippi hedren Audrey hepburn janis joplin Sophia loren Marilyn monroe Mary tyler Moore nico jean seberg Sharon tate elizabeth Taylor Natalie wood . catherine deneuve brigitte bardot Aud…rey hepburn Julie christie tippi hedren claudia cardinale elizabeth Taylor Jackie Kennedy Sandra Dee Jackie Kennedy . ( Full Answer )
It is hard to determine the most famous tourist spot, but it would be a close tie between Uluru (Ayers Rock), the Great Barrier Reef and Sydney Opera House. These attractions are all popular with both overseas and domestic tourists.
SPAIN'S MOST POPULAR ICONS Rafael Nadal, the most popular tennis player...... Then Fernando Torres, the player who plays for the club Chelsea and David Villa....
it is said that the french gave America the statue of liberty as a gift for the 2 countries to become allies
Yes Phar Lap was. Also here is some info-Phar Lap won the Melbourne Cup in Australia in 1930 his jockey was Jim Pike(weight-60kg)and his trainer Harry Telford Phar Lap and Jim Pike ran there race at Flemington race course were all the Melbourne Cups are held.
The Iconic Boyz were in 2 nd place for America's Best Dance Crew season 6 (while I aM mE (another dance group) won 1 st place). The Iconic Boyz are also known for being the youngest crew on the show; they were like 10-14 years old.
The ICONic Boyz are famous for placing 2nd on season 2 of Americas Best Dance Crew.
do you mean australasia because australia is a country but austrilasia is continent of australia and also i think you mean countys as for the answer i do not know
The kangaroo paw is a very unique plant, earning its name by the supposed resemblance of its cluster of unopened flowers to a kangaroo's paw. It is long and slender, like the forepaw of a kangaroo. The kangaroo paw is native to Australia, and found naturally only in the southwest of Western Austral…ia. The red and green kangaroo paw is the state floral emblem for Western Australia. ( Full Answer )
It is one of the most famous sites but there is more sites like Uluru, Tasmanian Wilderness, etc.
The most famous building in Western Australia is probably the Round House in Fremantle, which originally served as the gaol. See the related link below.
Some of the most famous animals found only in Australia would be: . kangaroo . koala . wombat . platypus . Tasmanian devil
The most famous dinosaur in Australia is probably the muttaburrasaurus. It was named after the town of Muttaburrasaurus, because its fossils were found there.
The echidna is an Australian icon because it is a highly adaptable and hardy little creature. The short-beaked echidna is native to Australia, and found throughout the continent, as well as the island state of Tasmania.
Uluru is arguably the most famous landform in Australia. Uluru is amonolith, or inselberg, in central Australia. For over a century,it was known by the European name of Ayers Rock. Another landform which may be equal in fame to Uluru is the GreatBarrier Reef, off the coast of Queensland.
Because it is beautiful and very attractive to tourists e.g. the sand is soft and the wildlife is fascinating .
There is only one country in Australia. Australia, the country, is in Australia, the continent. It is the only country on that continent.
The most famous product in Australia isMarmite. It's loved and hated by many, but it's a desired productfrom around the world.