Welcome to Melbourne Trivia! Melbourne is the capital and most populous city in the Australian state of Victoria. This vibrant city has a rich culture and history, making it the perfect topic for a trivia game. From its early settlement roots to its modern development, Melbourne has been a hub of activity. With its diverse population, Melbourne has become a melting pot of cultures and traditions. You'll find some of the world's best street art and eateries, buzzing nightlife and much more! So get ready to test your knowledge of Melbourne and its culture by taking the Melbourne trivia challenge!
1) Where was the first international cricket match held in Australia?
2) What is the tallest building in Melbourne?
3) In which street does the famous graffiti alley Hosier Lane lie?
4) Which sport is the state sport of Victoria?
5) What was the name of the first elected Governor of Victoria?
6) In which suburb is Melbourne Airport located?
7) What is the name of the most visited park in Melbourne?
8) What is the earliest type of transport used in Melbourne?
9) What is the name of the beach in Melbourne famous for its beaches and bayside views?
10) In which year was the Port of Melbourne established?
11) Which is the largest and most popular market in Melbourne?
12) What is the name of the longest continuous footbridge in Melbourne?
13) What is the oldest theatre in Melbourne?
14) What is the name of the street in Melbourne which is known for its luxury shopping?
15) What is the name of the tower built in 1844 to hold the bells of St Paul's Cathedral?
16) Which is the oldest walking track in Melbourne?
17) What year did the City of Melbourne get its own coat of arms?
18) What is the name of the oldest established winery in the Yarra Valley?
19) What is the name of the beach in Melbourne famous for its surfing?
20) What is the name of the tallest lighthouse in Australia?
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