Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 31

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. Which year the colonies were united into a federation of states?
    • 1801
    • 1701
    • 1901
    • 1601
  2. Does a person should get a job or a promotion because of their background?
    • Yes
    • No
  3. Who created a House of Representatives and a Senate?
    • The Governor –General
    • The Queen
    • The Australian Constitution
    • None of the above
  4. What are Local governments responsible for?
    • Social security (pensions and family support)
    • Food and meat inspection
    • Police
  5. Who represents the Head of State in each state of Australia?
    • The Parliament
    • Governor
    • The Queen
    • Governor-General
  6. Which level of government is responsible for schools?
    • Local governments
    • The Australian Government
    • State and territory governments
  7. What are the various colours in Australian National Flag
    • Yellow, red, blue
    • Yellow, red, and white
    • White, blue, and red
    • Yellow, red and black
  8. State the correct statement about the state government in the list
    • The States have no constitution
    • All States have the same constitution
    • All States run by Federal Constitution Only
    • Each state has its own constitution
  9. How many common wealth stars points can you see?
    • 8
    • 7
    • 9
    • 11
  10. Who are the historical aboriginal people among the following?
    • Tasmania and Mainland Australia
    • Britain and Tasmania
    • Europe
  11. State the definition of Jury
    • 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.
    • 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.
  12. By what ways can the Australian contribute to the future of Australia?
    • BY voting for the people who represent them in parliament
    • By voting for themselves
    • By voting for the existing government
  13. State the correct statement
    • You cannot discuss your suggestions about the immigration system with your local member of parliament
    • You can discuss your suggestions about the immigration system with your local member of parliament
    • Any suggestions to your local member of parliament cannot be given
  14. _______ is Queensland's capital city
    • Brisbane
    • Melbourne
    • Sydney
  15. What is the key decision making body of the Australian Government?
    • Lower House
    • Cabinet
    • Upper House
  16. Name the 3 arms of government
    • Judicial power, legislative power, Executive power
    • Electoral power, Legislative power, Executive power
    • Judicial power, Electoral power, Legislative power
  17. On the Australian National Flag, the Southern Cross is located ___________
    • On the left
    • On the right
    • In the Centre
  18. Why is January 26 important?
    • Australia Day
    • Father's day
    • Valentine's day
  19. To apply for a career in the Australian Defence Force, the minimum age is ____________
    • 16 years
    • 19 years
    • 18 years
    • 14 years
  20. __________ is the responsibility of the Australian Government.
    • Swimming pools
    • Playgrounds
    • Foreign affairs

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