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Do you think you know Australia? Take the quiz

Robert Harbison/The Christian Science Monitor

Are you an armchair crocodile hunter or a dinky-di Aussie? Speak any Strine? How much do you know about the Land Down Under? 

- Staff

1. Which is NOT in the Top 5 Australian films as measured by box office sales?

The No. 1 Australian movie, seen by 56 percent of the population of Australia, was "Crocodile Dundee," according to the Australian Film Institute. No. 2 was "Australia," followed by "Babe: The Gallant Pig," "Happy Feet," and " Moulin Rouge." The 1979 film "Mad Max," starring Mel Gibson, came in at No. 38, and was seen by just 10 percent of the Australian public.

The No. 1 Australian movie, seen by 56 percent of the population of Australia, was "Crocodile Dundee," according to the Australian Film Institute. No. 2 was "Australia," followed by "Babe: The Gallant Pig," "Happy Feet," and " Moulin Rouge." The 1979 film "Mad Max," starring Mel Gibson, came in at No. 38, and was seen by just 10 percent of the Australian public.

The No. 1 Australian movie, seen by 56 percent of the population of Australia, was "Crocodile Dundee," according to the Australian Film Institute. No. 2 was "Australia," followed by "Babe: The Gallant Pig," "Happy Feet," and " Moulin Rouge." The 1979 film "Mad Max," starring Mel Gibson, came in at No. 38, and was seen by just 10 percent of the Australian public.

The No. 1 Australian movie, seen by 56 percent of the population of Australia, was "Crocodile Dundee," according to the Australian Film Institute. No. 2 was "Australia," followed by "Babe: The Gallant Pig," "Happy Feet," and " Moulin Rouge." The 1979 film "Mad Max," starring Mel Gibson, came in at No. 38, and was seen by just 10 percent of the Australian public.

The No. 1 Australian movie, seen by 56 percent of the population of Australia, was "Crocodile Dundee," according to the Australian Film Institute. No. 2 was "Australia," followed by "Babe: The Gallant Pig," "Happy Feet," and " Moulin Rouge." The 1979 film "Mad Max," starring Mel Gibson, came in at No. 38, and was seen by just 10 percent of the Australian public.

Crocodile Dundee

 

Australia

 

Babe: The Gallant Pig

 

Mad Max

 

Happy Feet

 
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