Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 18

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. As an Australian citizen, do you need a visa to come back to Australia?
    • Yes
    • No
  2. Who conducts federal elections?
    • The Australian Audit Commission
    • The Australian Tax Commission
    • The Australian Electoral Commission
    • None of the above
  3. Who established the first colony in Australia?
    • French
    • British
    • Japanese
    • Canadians
  4. Who represents the Queen of Australia in each of the state?
    • Senator
    • Governor–General
    • Chief Minister
    • Governor
  5. In which year Commonwealth of Australia came into existence after unification of British colonies
    • 1701
    • 1601
    • 1901
    • 1801
  6. What is the name of the flag with black, red and yellow colours?
    • The Australian Aboriginal Flag
    • The Australian National Flag
    • The Torres Strait Islander Flag
  7. What is the procedure of re admitting Australian citizen in the nation?
    • Are able to travel worldwide without a passport
    • Must apply for a passport
    • Have the privilege of being able to apply for an Australian passport
  8. Which among the following is the responsibility of a local government?
    • Foreign affairs
    • Social planning
    • Police
  9. How is the south-west of Western Australia?
    • Mostly Desert
    • Riverbank
    • A rich agricultural area
  10. Of the following statements, which is true?
    • People are allowed to speak and write what they think in Australia
    • People can harm others in Australia
    • People cannot speak and write what they think in Australia
  11. In the Australian Taxation Office, the minimum age to work is _____________
    • 21 years
    • 18 years
    • 25 years
  12. A government system where citizens freely choose representatives to govern the country and make laws on their behalf is called _________
    • Dictatorship
    • Democracy
    • Autocracy
  13. Mateship means ____________
    • In times of need, helping and receiving help from each other
    • Not helping others
    • Not receiving help from others
  14. What is the Australian Government responsible for?
    • Footpaths
    • Drains
    • Defense
  15. The sacrifice of all Australians who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations is remembered on ___________
    • Anzac Day
    • Harmony Day
    • Melbourne Cup Day
  16. Anzac day is
    • During World War I, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed at Gallipoli and Anzac Day is named after them
    • The anniversary of the First Fleet's arrival from Great Britain in 1788
    • Queen Elizabeth II's birthday
  17. Of the following statements about voting in local government elections, identify the one that is true
    • It is compulsory to vote in local government elections in all states
    • It is not compulsory to vote in local government elections in all states
    • It is not compulsory to vote in local government elections in some states
  18. Choose the correct statement about raising matters with your representatives
    • The right to raise matters that concern you with your elected representative is given to you in Australia
    • With your elected representative, you do not have the right to raise matters that concern you in Australia
    • Writing a letter outlining your views to your elected representative is not a right that you have in Australia
  19. Who elects the members of House of Senate?
    • The Queen
    • The Prime minster
    • The Australian people directly
  20. What is the Australian Government responsible for?
    • Defence
    • Drains
    • Footpaths

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