Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 26

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. What are the State and territory governments responsible for?
    • Hospitals and health services
    • Taxation
    • Street signs, traffic controls
  2. What are Local governments responsible for?
    • Police
    • Employment
    • Social planning
  3. What that form of a domestic violence is called, where one relationship partner forbids the other partner from receiving or handling money
    • Money deprivation
    • Goods deprivation
    • Economic deprivation
  4. What is the leader of a local council called?
    • Mayor or Shire President
    • Premier
    • Chief Minister
    • Senator
  5. When you receive help from other people especially in difficult situations or help unknown persons what this act is called as
    • MoneyShip
    • Friendship
    • Mateship
    • Goodship
  6. Considering any proposal for a new law to accept or reject it, what this process is called
    • Review
    • Preview
    • Auditing
  7. Why is Anzac day celebrated on the 25th of April?
    • Queen Elizabeth I's birthday
    • During World War I, the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps landed at Gallipoli and Anzac Day is named after them
    • Queen Elizabeth II's birthday
    • None of the above
  8. What is the religion of Australians?
    • Buddhists
    • Hindus
    • Muslims
    • Christians
  9. State one among the suitable privileges of Australians
    • Re-enter Australia freely by applying for an Australian passport
    • Seek election to parliament
    • All of the above
  10. Who maintains Commonwealth electoral roll?
    • The prime minister
    • The Speaker of the House of Representatives
    • Australian Electoral Commission
  11. State the number of Senators in the house of Senate
    • 74
    • 71
    • 76
    • 79
  12. The 3 colours on the Australian Aboriginal Flag are _____
    • Red, yellow, and black
    • Red, green, and yellow
    • Red, green, and black
  13. In 1851, why did people come to New South Wales and Victoria from all around the world?
    • To try their luck at making a fortune
    • To make money
    • To do the Farming
  14. To seek elections to parliament at the federal, state or territory level, Australian citizens should be aged _____
    • 21 years
    • 17 years
    • 19 years
    • 18 years
  15. Of the following statements, identify the one that is true?
    • The car must be registered to drive a car in Australia
    • You must have a local driver's license to drive a car in Australia
    • All of the above
  16. Why is Australia Day celebrated on 26th January all over the country?
    • To honour our history
    • Honour all the people who have made this nation great
    • To honour Queen
    • Both A and B are correct answers
  17. Melbourne staged the Olympic Games in
    • 1980
    • 1956
    • 1933
    • 2000
  18. What arrived from Great Britain on January 26, 1788?
    • First Fleet
    • Second Fleet
    • British Fleet
  19. The black lines on the Torres Strait Islander Flag represent ____
    • The Land
    • The peace
    • The Torres Strait Islander people
  20. The responsibility of ____________ lies with the State and territory governments.
    • Citizenship and immigration
    • Railways
    • Defence

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