Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 10

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. When the colonies were united into a federation of states called the Commonwealth of Australia?
    • On 1 January 1601
    • On 1 January 1801
    • On 1 January 1901
    • On 1 January 1401
  2. Who is Australia’s Head of State?
    • The Prime Minister
    • Queen of Australia
    • The Governor-General
    • The Chief Minister
  3. Who appoints Governor-General of Australia?
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Queen
    • The Chief Minister
    • Judge
  4. Where did the first 11 convict ships that arrived in Australia come from?
    • USA
    • Great Britain
    • Ireland
    • China
  5. Who can make new laws and amend old laws in Australia
    • Parliament
    • Queen
    • Court
    • None of the above
  6. Which is the day: People are committing prosperity and rejoice in future?
    • Darwin Show Day
    • Alice Springs Show Day
    • Australia Day
    • None of the above
  7. Name the arrival conveyance on January 26, 1788 from the Great Britain
    • First Fleet
    • Second Fleet
    • British Fleet
    • Third Fleet
  8. State the responsibility lies with the state and territory governments
    • Taxation
    • Defense
    • Health services and hospitals
  9. State the name of the authority who appoints an Administrator in the Northern Territory
    • Governor-General
    • Prime Minister
    • Queen
  10. What is the definition of a Jury?
    • A jury is group of people who can apply for an Australian passport and re-enter Australia freely
    • A jury is a group of people committed to join together to defend the nation and its way of life.
    • A jury is a group of ordinary Australian men and women who listen to the evidence in a court case and decide if a person is innocent or guilty.
  11. To live and work in Australia, which of these is the most important?
    • Communicating in English
    • Driving
    • Travelling
  12. To build a new life, a large number of Europeans came to Australia _______
    • After World War I
    • After World War ||
  13. Who elects the members of House of Representatives?
    • The Queen
    • The Australian people directly
    • By the Prime minster
  14. Before the Bills go to the Governor-General, who has to agree with them
    • The Senate
    • The House of Representatives
    • All of the above
  15. Which organization helps to provide voters with fair and honest elections?
    • Federal Electoral Commission
    • Territory Electoral Commission
    • Australian Electoral Commission
  16. Which of the following is the Australian Government responsible for?
    • Local roads
    • National economic management
    • Bridges
  17. The Australian Government is formed by whom?
    • The political party with the least votes forms the Australian Government after the election
    • All parties join to form the Australian Government after an election
    • The political party with the majority of Members in the House of Representatives forms the Australian Government after an election
  18. What is the Local government responsible for?
    • Air safety and airports
    • Animal and noise control
    • Defence
  19. The responsibility of ____________ lies with the Local governments.
    • Community centres, halls and local libraries
    • Defence
    • Schools
  20. The Bill goes to _______________ if the majority of members in each House of Parliament.
    • MPs
    • Governor-General
    • The House of Representatives

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