Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 29

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 colours of the Australian National Flag?
    • Black, white and red
    • Blue, white and red
    • Blue, grey and red
  2. Which is the smallest state in Australia?
    • Western Australia
    • South Australia
    • New South Wales
    • Tasmania
  3. With what name you shall define a person who is authorised to act or speak on behalf of others
    • Teacher
    • Representative
    • Educator
    • Lawyer
  4. Commonwealth Coat of Arms has a shield in the centre, what it represents
    • 3 states and federation
    • 5 states and federation
    • 7 states and federation
    • 6 states and federation
  5. Which one among the list are the National colours of Australia?
    • Blue and red
    • Blue and white
    • Green and gold
    • Gold and red
  6. What is the meaning of the red colour in the Australian Aboriginal Flag?
    • A spiritual relation to the land and the earth
    • The Torres Strait's island groups
    • Aboriginal people
  7. Who established The High Court of Australia?
    • The Australian Constitution
    • The British Constitution
    • House of Representatives
  8. With who does the law lies for the power to interpret and apply?
    • Judges
    • Ministers
    • The people
  9. AEC stands for _____
    • Australian Electoral Commission
    • Australian Electoral Community
    • Australian Election Commission
  10. 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
  11. 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 some states
    • It is not compulsory to vote in local government elections in all states
  12. The names of the two houses of the Australian Parliament are _________
    • The Senate and the House of Representatives
    • The House of Territory and the House of Representatives
    • The Senate and the House of Territory
  13. The Commonwealth of Australia was formed ______ when the colonies united into a federation of states
    • On 1 January 1901
    • On 1 January 1911
    • On 1 January 1801
  14. In which election do the Australian people elect the members of House of Senate?
    • Federal
    • State
    • Local council
  15. 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
  16. Who can be nominated for election to Parliament?
    • Any adult Australian citizen
    • Any adult Australian-born citizen
    • Any Australian citizen who achieved extraordinary merits
    • Anybody who collected enough signatures for nomination
  17. In the first few years of European settlement, who overcame many problems?
    • Frank Cassidy
    • Kevin Michael Rudd
    • Captain Arthur Phillip
  18. Usually, _____ and ________ are the colours of the uniforms of the national sports of Australia
    • White and green
    • Gold and green
    • Green and pink
  19. A government system where citizens freely choose representatives to govern the country and make laws on their behalf is called _________<br />
    • Dictatorship
    • Autocracy
    • Democracy
  20. How many members are elected to the House of Representatives?
    • 350
    • 250
    • 450
    • 150

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