Skills - 2006 Australian Geography Stimulus Booklet: Melbourne

Refer to the 2006 Australian Geography Stimulus Booklet of Melbourne and answer the following questions

Australian Geography Stimulus Booklet: Melbourne

What type of photograph is Source A?

  • Vertical aerial
  • Satellite image
  • Ground
  • Oblique aerial

From what direction was the photograph taken in Source A

  • West
  • North
  • North-East
  • South-East

What is the distance from Williamstown (GR 156054) to Jewell Railway Station (GR 201160)?

  • 15km
  • 1.5km
  • 11.5km
  • 14km

What is the bearing of the Cemetery (GR128074) from the Exhibition Building (GR 212128) in Source C?

  • 237°
  • 47°
  • 123°
  • 225°

What does the population pyramid in Source G suggest about the population of Jamaica in 2006?

  • Jamaica has an ageing population
  • Jamaica has a high infant mortality rate
  • Jamaica has a high birth rate
  • Jamaica’s population is decreasing

According to Source H, what percentage of Victoria’s workforce was employed in community, social and personal services during 2006?

  • 20%
  • 27.8%
  • 20.8%
  • 15.3%

Referring to Source I, what is the barometric pressure in Melbourne at 9pm on Saturday?

  • 1020 hPa
  • 1016 hPa
  • 1012 hPa
  • 1028 hPa

Referring to Source I, which direction would the wind be travelling from in Melbourne at 9pm on Saturday?

  • North
  • North-West
  • South
  • East

What percentage of Australia’s medal tally was gold at the 2006 Commonwealth games according to Source F?

  • 38%
  • 31%
  • 29%
  • 61%

What is the built feature at GR 097086 in Source C?

  • Houses
  • Oil Tanks
  • River
  • Quarry

Name the feature located at GR 203137 in Source C?

What type of photograph is Source E?

  • Vertical aerial
  • Satellite image
  • Ground
  • Oblique aerial

What is the bearing of the tanks (AR 0712) from Melbourne University (AR 2013) in Source C?

  • 317°
  • 82°
  • 12°
  • 262°

What is the direction of the Zoo (AR 1914) from Cherry Lake (AR 0906)?

Referring to Source B and Source C, name the built feature at Point B on Source B.

 

Referring to Source B and Source C, name the natural feature at Point C on Source B.

 

Referring to Source C, give the Area Reference (AR) of Swanson Dock on Source B, which is found at AR1611 on Source C.

  • 2137
  • 2436
  • 2634
  • 3624

Using Source D, what form of transport terminates at Sandringham?

  • Railway line
  • Freeway
  • Minor
  • Ferry

What is the classification of road passing through Panton Hill and Yarra Glen in Source D?

True or False

  • There are 7 toll points on the CityLink Tollway

Name the feature located at GR 161151 in Source C?

 

Which country in Source F won less than 10 gold medals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games?

Rank the nations in Source F in order of total medals won at the 2006 Commonwealth Games

  • Australia
  • England
  • Canada
  • India
  • South Africa
  • New Zealand

What is the game of type of data presentation in Source G?

Using Source G, what is the total male and female population in the 15-19 age bracket in South Africa?

  • 2.6 million
  • 4.8 million
  • 5.2 million
  • 11.3 million

Which country has the least number of people over 80 years in Source G?

Source G - True or False

  • Jamaica has more people in the 10-14 year age bracket than Australia

Source G - True or False

  • The United Kingdom has more males in the 40-44 age bracket than females

Using Source H, what is the expected percentage increase in Victoria's population between 2005 and 2030?

  • 12%
  • 24%
  • 36%
  • 1.2%

Source H - True or False

  • In Victoria there are more people the manufacturing industry than in the construction industry.

Calculate the annual average temperate range for Melbourne using Source I

  • 12°C
  • 15°C
  • 18°C
  • 20°C

Using Source I, which Melbourne month has the lowest rainfall