Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 46

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. Who has reserve powers in Australia?
    • The Queen
    • The Governor
    • The Governor-General
    • The Prime Minister
  2. Who is the leader of a territory government?
    • Chief Minister
    • Premier
    • The Governor
    • The Queen
  3. What is the name of Australia’s national anthem?
    • Forged from the Love of Liberty
    • Advance Australia Fair
    • God Save the Queen
    • The Star-Spangled Banner
  4. With what name you shall define a person who is authorised to act or speak on behalf of others
    • Teacher
    • Representative
    • Educator
    • Lawyer
  5. A group of two or more persons formed by the Government for a specific cause or responsibility, what it is called
    • Members
    • Commission
    • Coalition
    • None of the above
  6. How should new migrants become a leader in business, the arts, public service and sport in Australia?
    • Through their hard work and talents
    • Through their wealth or background
    • Through their wealth or class distinctions
  7. Who is supreme in a court?
    • The Lawyer
    • The judge or magistrate
    • The Jury
  8. What system of government do we have in Australia?
    • Parliamentary democracy
    • Queen rule
    • King rule
    • Governor-General rule
  9. What that person is called who works for an organisation without being paid
    • Paid Service
    • Free Service
    • Volunteer
  10. State the meaning of the yellow color on Australian Aboriginal Flag
    • Daffodils
    • Golden wattle
    • The sun
    • The water
  11. What among the following right is enjoyed being an Australian?
    • Apply for work in the Australian Defence Force or the Australian Public Service
    • Vote in a referendum, federal and state or territory elections
    • All of the above
  12. Between ________ and _________ is situated the Australian Capital Territory
    • Perth and Brisbane
    • Melbourne and Sydney
    • Adelaide and Hobart
  13. The flag that has black, red and yellow is _______
    • The Australian Aboriginal Flag
    • The Australian National Flag
    • The Torres Strait Islander Flag
  14. Of the following statements, which is true?
    • Matters of national importance are discussed by members of the House of Representatives
    • Considering, debating and voting on proposals for new laws or changes to the laws is the work of the House of Representatives
    • All of the above
  15. The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia was established by _______
    • House of Representatives
    • The British Constitution
    • The Australian Constitution
  16. 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
  17. The Indigenous people of Australia are__________________
    • British people
    • Europeans
    • The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  18. _________ is the other name for the House of Representatives
    • People's House
    • Upper House
    • House of Senate
  19. __________ is the responsibility of the Australian Government.
    • Traffic controls
    • Employment
    • Local roads
  20. The responsibility of ____________ lies with the Local governments.
    • Community centres, halls and local libraries
    • Defence
    • Schools

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