Type
Crossword
Description

The only country that spans an entire continent. Australia
The plant that koalas like to eat, eucalyptus
Like humans, koalas have fingerprints
A group of ____________ is called a mob, court or troop. kangaroos
A baby kangaroo is called a joey
The ____________ more compact legs are built for agility in forested areas, whereas the kangaroos legs are built for speed. wallabys
These animals are sometimes called spiny anteaters, and with their unique muscle under their skin, they can move individual spines. echidna
They live in burrows and can run very fast, up to 25 miles per hour. wombat
Egg-laying mammals. Monotremes
Pouched mammals, young are born at an immature stage and grow inside the mother's pouch. Marsupials
Common mammals. Young are born at an advanced stage of development. Placentals
An animal that when it gets upset or excited, it will stamp its feet and show teeth, and their ears will turn red and they let out screams. Tasmanian Devil
The first people to live in Australia. Aborigines
"ankle biter" small child
Aboriginal wind instrument Didgeridoo
Second largest bird in the world Emu
Bird featured in a famous Australian song Kookaburra
A bird that has tail feathers that look like a musical instrument. Lyrebird
Australian term for barbecue Barbie
Most female ___________________ have a pouch for carrying babies. Marsupials
Koalas, Tasmanian devils and wombats have pouches that open toward the ______. Rear
A huge red rock which rises out of the Australian desert. It is the largest rock in the world and it is sacred to the native people living in the area. It has two names. One is Ayers Rock and the other name is _________ Uluru
The largest coral reef system in the world. Great Barrier Reef

Australian Animal Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This bird's eggs are incubated by both parents. galah
This marsupial sleeps up to 18 hrs a day. koala
This marsupial's baby stays in the pouch 5 months. wombat
This is the National Bird of Australia. emu
Males of this animal have sharp stingers on their rear feet. platypus
This bird is known for its loud laughter. kookaburra
This animal has a long sticky tongue for eating termites. numbat
This animal has a long neck, powerful tail & claws with black/white stripes. monitor lizard
This animal can turn its head 180 in each direction. dingo
This animal travels in groups called mobs. kangaroo
This marsupial is very vocal making clicks, grunts, and hisses. brushtail possum
This bird has a red head & belly, green back with green wings & tail. King parrot

Australian Animals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A mammal lays eggs Echidna
An animal that has lots of other animals features Platypus
An animal that cannot walk backwards Kangaroo
An animal who's pouch faces backwards Wombat
An animal that survives on eucalyptus Koala
The smallest penguin in world Fairypenguin
An animal that thinks something is funny in the morning Kookaburra
An animal that imitates others Lyrebird
An animal that loves the colour blue Bowerbird
A flightless bird Emu
An animal that has a name like the devil TasminianDevil

Marsupials and Monotremes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Vertebrate
Josh
Matt
Jeremy
Wallaby
Opossum
Tasmanian Devil
Monotremata
Marsupialia
Echidna
Egg Laying
Kangaroo
Koala Bear
Mammal
Marsupial
Monotreme
Platypus
Pouch
Sugar Glider
Wombat

Aussie Animals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

marsupial, eats eucalyptus Koala
type of flightless bird Emu
a wild dog found in Australia Dingo
a bird that can sound like a person laughing Kookaburra
short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials that are native to Australia. Wombat
a marsupial from the family Macropodidae Kangaroo
one of the most wide spread Australian animals Echidna
one of the strangest Australian animals, lays eggs instead of giving birth to live young Platypus
a small marsupial like the Tree Kangaroo or small Wallaby Quokka
a type of Australian monitor Goanna

Native foods of Australia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A Native bird that can't fly Emu
The most famous of the grub family and is considered a delicacy witchetty grub
A large marsupial that has a pouch kangaroo
This animal is also known as a monitor lizard and is one of the largest in the world goanna
A unique native Australian fruit, found in arid/semi arid areas of Australia quandong
This vegetable is a staple food and can be hard to locate as it can be growing 80-90cm's under ground yam
A moth that is brown to black in colour, with a wingspan up to 5 cm's bogong
A small desert plant that grows up to 30cm's in height and produces small red/brown grape shaped fruit bush tomato
A native Australian tree that produces small white flowers with both the flowers and leaves giving off a lemon scent lemon myrtle
Part of the nut family, dome shaped large cones that are green in colour and weigh up to 5kg's with up to 100 nuts encased inside bunya

The aussie animals crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A bird that can't fly but it can run very fast. Emu
A small kangaroo Wallaby
Reptile that lives in saltwater habitats. Similar to the alligator crocodile
A marine animal that might attack swimmers. Shark
The wild dog in Australia Dingo
This bird laughs at you. Kookaburra
This animal sleeps up to 20 hours every day Koala
Small animal covered with hair and spines. Echidna
This animal is native to Tasmania Tasmanian Devil
Animal with a duck-like bill and a wide, flat tail. It is one of the only mammals that laids eggs Platypus
Hopping animal that carries its baby in a pouch. Kangaroo
It is a species of parrot with a very bright plumage Rainbow Lorikeet
Big bird found in the forest. The blue colour is found on its body Cassowary
Small marsupial, famous because of its particular smile Quokka

Aboriginal history Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aboriginal
australia
Boomerang
clap sticks
clothing
Culture
dancing
Didgeridoo
engravings
fire
fish
hunting
hut
Indigenous
kangaroo
learning
ochre
rock
spear
travel
trees
water
wombat

Australian Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Was the largest living structure, now 98% dead. Great Barrier Reef
Australia's Economic System Mixed Economy
Where People live in a Country Population Distribution
On the coast of Northeast Australia, contains the Great Barrier Reef Coral Sea
With fines for not voting, Australia encourages_______ Citizen Participation
When Buyers and Sellers buy and sell as they please. Voluntary Trade
Also called Uluru Ayers Rock
Australia has a Parliamentary________ Democracy
For economic punishment, countries set up_______ Trade Barriers
Australia's Largest Desert Great Victoria Desert
Australia's system of government Parliamentary democracy
A tax on imported goods Tariff
Great Britain gained Australia through_____ Colonization
Because Australia is still part of the British Commonwealth it is a____ Constitutional Monarchy
Australia's Outbacks lacks an abundance of Natural Resources
Australia has states, so it is like a Federation
The aborigines are the_____people of Australia Indigenous
The indigenous people of Australia are the Aborigines

Australia Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cricket
Rugby
Ledger
Blanchett
Rush
Crocodile Dundee
Gallipoli
Sydney Opera House
Waltzing Matilda
Henry Lawson
Nellie Melba
Rock art
Parliament
Mountains
Wetlands
Thylacine
Dingo
Emu
Kookaburra
Wattles
Marsupials
Eucalyptus
Wombat
Ocean
Koala
Peninsula
Forest
Tropical
Outback
Desert
Coral
Great Barrier Reef
Tasmania
Aussie
Canberra
Aborigines
Victoria
Kangaroo
Australia

Australia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Land Down Under Australia
Most important tree Gum tree
Mammals that have pouches Marsupials
Native inhabitants of Australia Aborigines
Longest Barrier reef in the world Great Barrier Reef
The man to discover Australia Captain James Cook
Australia's longest river flowing year round Murray River
Australia's highest peak Mt. Kosciusko
Australian bird noted for its harsh call that sounds like laughter kookaburra
A town that has a port or harbor where ocean ships may anchor safely seaport
Australia's capital Canberra
wild dogs dingoes
a place where much manufacturing is done industrial center
Australian ranches are called stations
What sheep made Australia famous for its wool Merino