Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 73

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. How many languages are spoken in Australia?
    • Over 250 languages
    • Over 200 languages
    • Over 100 languages
    • Over 300 languages
  2. What is the capital city of Australian capital territory?
    • Brisbane
    • Adelaide
    • Canberra
    • Hobart
  3. House of representatives also known as
    • Lower House or the People’s House
    • Upper House
    • States’ House
  4. Which state has the most wine regions and a rugged coastline?
    • Western Australia
    • New South Wales
    • Queensland
    • South Australia
  5. Who can make new laws and amend old laws in Australia
    • Queen
    • Parliament
    • Court
  6. What can people be allowed to do with the freedom of expression?
    • To harm others
    • Not express their views by art
    • Express their views through art
  7. Which authority provides advice to appoint the Governor-General as her representative in Australia?
    • The Prime Minister of Australia
    • The Prime Minister of Britain
    • The King
  8. State the role of Governor General
    • Signing regulations
    • Signing all Bills passed by the Australian Parliament into law
    • All of the above
  9. With what does the responsibility of Australian government lie?
    • Citizenship and immigration
    • Traffic controls
    • Local roads
  10. Choose the correct alternative of the following
    • You are not allowed to join any political party in Australia
    • You are free to join a political party if you choose, in Australia
    • You are forced to join in certain political parties in Australia
  11. Millions of people in Europe left their homelands _________
    • After World War II
    • After World War I
  12. 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 background
    • The achievements of a person should be the result of their hard work
  13. 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
  14. What type of agency is the Australian Electoral Commission?
    • Commonwealth
    • Agricultural
    • Defense
  15. What is the Local government responsible for?
    • Traffic controls and street signs
    • Health services and hospitals
    • Schools
  16. What is Australia's population today?
    • 42 Million
    • 52 Million
    • 62 Million
    • 22 Million
  17. In Australia, what does equality of opportunity mean?
    • In Australian society, they believe in class distinctions
    • Australians believe in a class based fair society
    • Australians believe in a fair society
  18. The Commonwealth of Australia was formed ______ when the colonies united into a federation of states
    • On 1 January 1801
    • On 1 January 1901
    • On 1 January 1911
  19. Choose the statement that is true about criminal offences in Australia.
    • Obtain a firearm licence from the police first is a must for any person who wishes to own a gun
    • In Australia, it is illegal to carry weapons such as knives or guns
    • All of the above
  20. Of the following, choose a statement that is true.
    • Drive after drinking alcohol or taking drugs is against the law
    • While driving, talking on a hand-held mobile phone is illegal
    • All of the above

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