Which Australian state capital was named after a British prime minister?

Answer Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria, was named after William Lamb, Lord Melbourne. Melbourne, who served as the British Prime Minister from 1835 to 1841, was in office when the city was... Read More »

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What state capital is named after a person in Australia?

Of the seven state capitals in Australia, only one was not named after a person. Perth was named after a town in Scotland by Capt. James Stirling, who founded the Australian city. The other six cap... Read More »

What state capital was named in honor of Thomas Jefferson?

The capital of Missouri, Jefferson City, is named after Thomas Jefferson, who was president of the United States from 1801 to 1809. Jefferson was president when the United States made the deal in 1... Read More »

What Southern U.S. state capital was named for the Western& Atlantic Railroad?

Atlanta, the capital and most populous city of Georgia, was named after the Western and Atlantic Railroad in 1842. The name was suggested by J. Edgar Thomson and shortened from "Atlantica-Pacifica.... Read More »

'Out There' it's a show set in a rural Australian town featuring 2 Australian kids 1 American boy and 1 British 'wanna be vet' girl I want to know where I can watch it for free online?