Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 1

This Australian citizenship practice test contains 20 questions and 45 minutes time limit. Remember that you need to get at least 15 Questions correct or 75% to pass this Australian citizenship practice test.

Time Spent: 00:45:00

  1. A wave of non-British migration came after which world war?
    • World War II
    • World War I
  2. Who acts independently of all political parties?
    • The Governor-General
    • The Chief Minister
    • The Prime Minister
    • None of the above
  3. What are Local governments responsible for?
    • Certain child-care and aged-care issues
    • Foreign affairs
    • Roads and road traffic control
  4. Which legal body takes decisions on most important matters in Australian Government?
    • The Queen
    • The Prime Minister
    • Cabinet
    • None of the above
  5. Which of these statements about migration in the first half of the 20th century is incorrect?
    • Migration levels rose and fell
    • There were programs to actively encourage British migrants to settle here
    • The population more than doubled
  6. Who can make new laws and amend old laws in Australia
    • Parliament
    • Queen
    • Court
    • None of the above
  7. Illegal buying or carrying of drugs for selling purpose, what it is called
    • Consuming drugs
    • Drug therapy
    • Drug trafficking
  8. When does the Prime Minister announce “the Australian of the year” in Canberra?
    • Boxing Day
    • Australia Day
    • Easter Day
    • Christmas Day
  9. What was the year of gold discovery in the colonies of New South Wales and Victoria?
    • 1978
    • 1851
    • 1951
    • 1878
  10. In which area did the fund utilized for constructing buildings through the wealth created in the 1850s' golden rush?
    • Victoria
    • Queensland
    • Tasmania
    • Adelaide
  11. What does the blue panel at the centre of Torres Strait Islander Flag represents?
    • The Sea
    • The sun
    • The Land
    • The Water
  12. State the three levels of government
    • Territory governments, The Australian Government, State governments
    • Territory Governments, local governments, and state governments
    • State and Territory governments, Local governments, and The Australian Government
  13. Australian citizens aged 18 yrs or over have the responsibility _______
    • To have a current Australian passport
    • To vote in elections
    • To attend local council meetings
  14. Australia’s High court is located in _________
    • In Canberra
    • In Darwin
    • In Sydney
  15. The responsibility of an Australian is to __________
    • Obey the law
    • Defend Australia should the need arise
    • All of the above
  16. About Participating in Australian Society, which of these is true?
    • All citizens are encouraged to participate in society in Australia
    • Only youngsters are encouraged to participate in society in Australia
    • Only senior citizens are encouraged to participate in society in Australia
  17. Of the following statements, which is true?
    • It is a serious crime to bribe a police officer in Australia
    • It is not a crime to bribe a police officer in Australia
    • It is not a crime to offer a bribe to a police officer in Australia
  18. On the Australian Aboriginal Flag, the yellow circle represents __________
    • The sun
    • Golden wattle
    • Daffodils
  19. What type of agency is the Australian Electoral Commission?
    • Commonwealth
    • Defence
    • Agricultural
  20. People united the British colonies to form a single Australian nation. Why?
    • It was difficult to enforce the law across borders
    • Between the colonies, trade and transport was expensive and slow
    • All of the above

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You need to get at least 75% (15 Questions correct) to pass this practice test.