A geographical area in Australia and New Zealand
A main source of tourism in Australia
Shallow bodies of water that make up a good portion of Australia
Large cauldron-like hallows are a part of Australia's Gold Coast
What the European settlers did to the Aboriginal people of Australia
What they call Australians
The Indigenous Polynesian people of mainland New Zealand
The capital of Australia
The most common animal in New Zealand
The largest ecosystem in the world belonging to Australia
Australia's national animal
New Zealand is a ____________ island
The name of an underwater city
When a ship crashes and breaks
To carry a message across
The Gods destroyed this city as they were becoming
To be the people who begin or build an organisation or theory
Things happening at the same time
Plato was a Greek..
How was this underwater city destroyed
One way this legend was passed down was through
One team against another
When people cross state boundaries and stay in the host state for some minimum length of time
They do not stay permanently and are classified as not labour
They are defined as a person who was born overseas, and now permanently live here
It is a person's legal resident status in a country or territory of which such person is not a citizen
the most privileged form of nationality
A person who moves from one place to another, especially in order to find work or better living conditions.
A person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster
A person who leaves their country of residence, enters another country and applies for asylum
A reason to be attracted to a place
Multiple reason to leave an area
One of the two most ancient Greek poets, this person "wrote" The Odyssey.
This Greek playwright earned first prize more than any other in the Great Dionysia. He is responsible for the Oedipus Trilogy.
This Greek playwright was a skeptic and philosopher. Despite the realism in his dramas, he was ridiculed by his contemporaries.
This playwright wrote Oresteia and added a second actor to the stage.
This word describes a group that sings/chants the poetry of early Greek drama.
What is the yearly competition of dramatic poetry called?
He is regarded as the "father of history"
This Roman poet didn't believe in any of the myths he wrote about.
This Roman poet wrote about the Roman hero Aeneas in his epic, the Aeneid.
Ovid's greatest work was called what?
This instrument would accompany the recitation of an epic poem.
This writer was a citizen of both Greece and Rome.
Hesiod wrote this epic account of creation.
This word describes both the poems and the poets themselves, who traveled and told stories.
All of the stories prior to the fifth century BC were passed down through _____ tradition.
country composed of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Capital of Australia
Capital of New Zealand
Country where some people speak French.
Capital of the United Kingdom.
Capital of the US
Capital of the Republic of Ireland
Country composed of 2 islands in the Pacific Ocean
Country composed of 50 states
The biggest island in the World
The Republic of...
Capital of Canada
Capital of Scotland
Who is the founder of Carmien Tea?
The process skipped to make green rooibos
Carmien best selling tea for Mothers
What is our New CBD tea's name?
This Gin won the Micheal Angelo award...
What is the Carmien Tagline?
Rooibos is best enjoyed at how many degrees?
Rooibos is naturally free from what? Unlike black and green tea.
On what estate in Citrusdal did the Carmien Story start?
What is our traditional shortcut Rooibos tea?