Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 70

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 Australian government responsible for?
    • Hospitals and health services
    • Trade
    • Rubbish collection
  2. What is the leader of a local council called?
    • Mayor or Shire President
    • Premier
    • Chief Minister
    • Senator
  3. What system of government do we have in Australia?
    • Governor-General rule
    • Queen rule
    • Parliamentary democracy
    • King rule
  4. Where did the first 11 convict ships that arrived in Australia come from?
    • USA
    • Great Britain
    • Ireland
    • China
  5. Australian government is ------------
    • Religious
    • Secular
    • Spiritual
    • Godly
  6. Which of these statements about equality of men and women is incorrect?
    • Both men and women can join the police but only men can join the Australian Defence Force
    • Both men and women have equal access to education and employment
    • Both men and women have the right to make their own independent choices about personal matters
  7. Where many large mining projects are located
    • Queensland
    • Tasmania
    • New South Wales
    • Western Australia
  8. What that person is called who works for an organisation without being paid
    • Paid Service
    • Free Service
    • Volunteer
  9. Which one is the smallest among the mainland states?
    • Queensland
    • Victoria
    • Tasmania
  10. In which parliamentary form does people’s involvement takes place countries’ governing task?
    • Parliamentary dictatorship
    • Parliamentary Monarchy
    • Parliamentary democracy
  11. What does a citizen pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
    • Stay in Australia for ever
    • Follow a certain religion
    • Obey the laws of Australia
  12. Point out the responsibility of State and territory Governments
    • Air safety and airports
    • Forestry
    • Trade
    • Schools
  13. What does the Commonwealth coat of arms represent?
    • National sports teams’ uniforms
    • National Unity of Australia
    • Peace
  14. The first 11 convict ships arrived from Great Britain on ____________
    • On 26 January 1788
    • On 26 January 1988
    • On 26 January 1688
  15. How many official flags does Australia have?
    • 7
    • 5
    • 4
    • 3
  16. The people from ________ are historically the aboriginal people
    • Britain and Tasmania
    • Europe
    • Tasmania and Mainland Australia
  17. The red desert soil is present in the _____of the Northern Territory.
    • North
    • South
    • West
  18. In the Commonwealth Coat of Arms symbol, what is above the shield?
    • Brass Commonwealth Star
    • Gold Commonwealth Star
    • Silver Commonwealth Star
  19. What should you do as an Australian citizen?
    • Vote in a referendum, federal and state or territory elections
    • Not obey the law
    • Not vote in a referendum, federal and state or territory elections
  20. 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

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