Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 6

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 biggest annual public event in Australia?
    • Boxing Day
    • Christmas Day
    • Australia Day
    • Easter Day
  2. Once you are on the electoral roll, is voting compulsory in Australian federal and state or territory elections?
    • Yes
    • No
  3. What are Local governments responsible for?
    • Taxation
    • Building permits
    • Forestry
  4. When were the colonies united into a federation of states called the Commonwealth of Australia?
    • 1871
    • 1788
    • 1718
    • 1801
  5. Which level of government is responsible for schools?
    • Local governments
    • State and territory governments
    • The Australian Government
    • None of the above
  6. Using seat belt during car travels is essential for all.
    • True
    • False
  7. Where is the Great Barrier Reef in Australia Located?
    • Queensland
    • Tasmania
    • South Australia
    • Western Australia
  8. What is the capital city of Queensland?
    • Hobart
    • Canberra
    • Sydney
    • Brisbane
  9. Point out the true statement from the following
    • More than half of the population of Australia was born abroad
    • Less than 1/4 of the population of Australia were born abroad
    • More than 1/4 of the population of Australia was born abroad
  10. What will be the impact if people residing in Australia do not obey the rules?
    • They may have to go to court after being arrested by the police
    • As they are okay with not obeying the law, nothing will happen
    • Only a few laws are to be obeyed by Australians
  11. Where does the Australian citizen votes regularly?
    • Local government elections
    • State or territory and federal elections
    • Referendum
  12. Point out the correct statement from the following
    • In forming the laws and policies of a government, ordinary Australians cannot have a say
    • In forming the laws and policies of a government, ordinary Australians do not have a say
    • In forming the laws and policies of a government, ordinary Australians can have a say
  13. In Australia, what does equality of opportunity mean?
    • Australians believe in a fair society
    • In Australian society, they believe in class distinctions
    • Australians believe in a class based fair society
  14. Of the following statement, choose the one that is true
    • The Prime Minister elects the representatives who make the Parliament
    • The people of Australia elect the representatives who make the Parliament
    • The Queen elects the representatives who make the Parliament
  15. Australia Capital Territory's capital is _________
    • Canberra
    • Perth
    • Hobart
  16. Many examples of fine colonial architecture can be found in _____
    • Whyalla
    • Adelaide
    • Mount Gambier
  17. In the Commonwealth Coat of Arms symbol, what supports the shield on each side?<br />
    • A Koala and a kangaroo
    • An Emy and a Koala
    • An emu and a kangaroo
  18. Of the following statements about equality of men and women in Australia, choose the one that is true<br />
    • In Australia, men have less rights than women
    • In Australia, men have more rights than women
    • Discriminating against a person because of gender is illegal
  19. The power to interpret and apply the laws lies with
    • The people
    • Judges
    • Ministers
  20. Sometimes, the Senate is also referred to as _____________
    • The House of Representatives
    • The Lower House
    • The States' House

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