Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 49

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. Political parties or people in government can influence the decisions of the AEC. Is it true?
    • Yes
    • No
  3. How many representatives elected in total to the Senate
    • 66
    • 76
    • 86
    • 67
  4. Which Australian Commission is responsible for maintaining Electoral Roll and conducting Federal Elections and Referendums?
    • Australian high commission
    • Australian public service commission
    • The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC)
    • None of the above
  5. Which of these statements about Australian 'mateship' is incorrect?
    • To not drive a friend in need to go to a medical appointment
    • To take a meal to an elderly neighbour
    • To visit someone who is lonely
  6. Australians are free to not follow a religion or beliefs.
    • True
    • False
  7. Can you ask for help while you are overseas as an Australian Citizen?
    • Only you can help yourself while you are overseas
    • You can ask for help from the Australian official in times of need
    • Only your family can help you while you are overseas
  8. Who represents the Queen of Australia in each of the state?
    • Senator
    • Governor
    • Governor –General
  9. What is the climatic condition in south Western Australia?
    • A rich agricultural area
    • Riverbank
    • Mostly Desert
  10. Mention the national gemstone of Australia
    • Jasper
    • Pearl
    • Opal
    • None of the above
  11. Who is voted to represent the Australians in the House of Representatives?
    • Member of Upper House
    • Member of Lower House
    • Member of Parliament
  12. Point out the responsibility of a local government
    • Meat and food inspection
    • Defence
    • Air safety and airports
  13. In the Commonwealth Coat of Arms symbol, what supports the shield on each side?
    • An Emy and a Koala
    • A Koala and a kangaroo
    • An emu and a kangaroo
  14. If a person has broken the law, who decides the penalty
    • The court
    • The Governor-General
    • The Prime Minister
  15. Identify the statement that is true about voting in Australia.
    • You are not allowed to vote once you are on the electoral roll
    • You can vote if you wish once you are on the electoral roll
    • In Australian federal and state or territory elections, voting is compulsory once you are on the electoral roll
  16. Early free settlers in Australia originated from ______
    • Great Britain and Ireland
    • Africa
    • Asia
  17. A rich agricultural and wine-growing area coves the south-west of _______
    • South Australia
    • Queensland
    • Western Australia
  18. What does the Commonwealth coat of arms represent?
    • National Unity of Australia
    • National sports teams’ uniforms
    • Peace
  19. Which are the three levels of government?
    • Territory governments, The Australian Government, State governments
    • Territory Governments, local governments, and state governments
    • State and Territory governments, Local governments, and The Australian Government
  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.