Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 72

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 were the Australia’s first inhabitants people?
    • The French people
    • The USA people
    • The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
    • The British people
  2. Select the correct statement regarding Voting
    • Votes are by secret ballot, so you are free and safe to vote for any candidate.
    • No one else sees who you vote for.
    • You can tell other people who you vote for, but no one can force you to tell them.
    • All of the above
  3. When the colonies were united into a federation of states called the Commonwealth of Australia?
    • On 1 January 1601
    • On 1 January 1801
    • On 1 January 1901
    • On 1 January 1401
  4. The house of representatives is also known as
    • Lower House
    • People’s House
    • Upper House
    • A&B
  5. What do we remember on Anzac Day?
    • The landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps in Turkey during World War I
    • The arrival of the First Fleet from Great Britain in 1788
    • The sacrifice of all Australians who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations
  6. What that legal body is called where you can approach for your legal matters to be heard by a judge or a magistrate
    • Hall
    • Court
    • Parliament
    • None of the above
  7. What is the biggest annual public event in Australia?
    • Queen Elizabeth birthday
    • Australia Day
    • Anzac Day
  8. What is the native animal of Australia?
    • Elephant
    • Tiger
    • Kangaroo
  9. Mention the national gemstone of Australia
    • Jasper
    • Pearl
    • Opal
    • None of the above
  10. What is the religion of Australians?
    • Buddhists
    • Hindus
    • Muslims
    • Christians
  11. State one among the following which is the responsibility of Local governments
    • Railways
    • Health services and hospitals
    • Bridges, local road, footpaths
  12. Each year, 25 April is observed as __________
    • Australia Day
    • Anzac Day
    • Labour Day
  13. The Australian National Flag has the Commonwealth Star ___________
    • Over the Union Jack
    • Under the Union Jack
    • Inside the Union Jack
  14. In 1788, why did the First Fleet arrive from Great Britain?
    • For learning about the cultural differences between British and Australians
    • For setting up a settlement of convicts for the British Government
    • For preaching the religion
  15. Who are the politicians who do not belong to any political party?
    • Rebels
    • Independents
    • MPs
  16. The small population of the Northern Territory live _______
    • between Alice Springs and Darwin along the main highway
    • in Darwin
    • All of the above
  17. What does the Commonwealth coat of arms represent?
    • National Unity of Australia
    • National sports teams’ uniforms
    • Peace
  18. Which form of government does Australia follow?
    • Democracy
    • Autocracy
    • Dictatorship
  19. What does everyone in Australia deserves a 'fair go' mean?
    • The achievements of a person should be the result of their wealth
    • The achievements of a person should be the result of their hard work
    • The achievements of a person should be the result of their background
  20. Identify the statement that is true about Australian laws
    • Laws to maintain an orderly, free society are made by Australian representatives in government
    • Laws to maintain a safe society are not made by Australian representatives in government
    • Laws to protect people's rights are not made by Australian representatives in government

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