Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 5

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 is the capital of Australia?
    • Canberra
    • Adelaide
    • Brisbane
    • Sydney
  2. Both men and women have equal access to education and employment. Is it true?
    • Yes
    • No
  3. Which Government is responsible for foreign affairs (relations with other countries?)
    • The Australian Government
    • State and territory governments
    • Local governments
  4. 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
  5. What are the colours of the Australian Aboriginal Flag?
    • Yellow, blue and white
    • Black, white and red
    • Black, red and yellow
    • Black, blue and white
  6. What is freedom of expression allows
    • It allows people to express their views through art, film, music and writing
    • It allows people to express their views through art, film, music and literature
    • It allows people to express their views through discussion, film, music and literature
  7. House of representatives also known as
    • Lower House or the People’s House
    • Upper House
    • States’ House
  8. Who is the leader of a territory government?
    • Governor
    • Queen
    • Premier
    • Chief Minister
  9. State the Capital city of New south Wales
    • Canberra
    • Brisbane
    • Melbourne
    • Sydney
  10. Which one is the smallest among the mainland states?
    • Queensland
    • Victoria
    • Tasmania
  11. _________ is New South Wales's capital city
    • Sydney
    • Melbourne
    • Canberra
  12. AEC stands for _____
    • Australian Electoral Commission
    • Australian Electoral Community
    • Australian Election Commission
  13. The first inhabitants of Australia are_____________________
    • British people
    • The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
    • Europeans
  14. __________ separates Tasmania from the mainland
    • Mountain
    • Bass Strait
    • Lakes
  15. Name the 3 arms of government
    • Judicial power, legislative power, Executive power
    • Electoral power, Legislative power, Executive power
    • Judicial power, Electoral power, Legislative power
  16. The people from ________ are historically the aboriginal people
    • Britain and Tasmania
    • Europe
    • Tasmania and Mainland Australia
  17. About British colonies, which of the following is true?
    • A single Australian nation was not formed by the British colonies uniting
    • The British colonies did not unite to a single Australian nation through revolution or bloodshed
    • Through revolution or bloodshed, the British colonies united form a single Australian nation
  18. 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
  19. ____________ is the other name for the Senate.
    • The House of Review
    • The Lower House
    • The House of Representatives
  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.