Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 83

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 are the religions in Australia?
    • Christianity, Judaism
    • Buddhism, Christianity
    • Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism
    • Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and many other religions
  2. Select the correct statement regarding Government Minister
    • The leader of a territory government
    • A member of parliament chosen by a government leader to be responsible for an area of government
    • The leader of the Australian Government
    • None of the above
  3. The house of representatives is also known as
    • Lower House
    • People‚Äôs House
    • Upper House
    • A&B
  4. Any bill, after being passed by both houses of parliament; to whom it goes now
    • The Queen
    • The Prime Minister
    • Governor-General
    • The Court
  5. What system of government do we have in Australia?
    • Governor-General rule
    • Queen rule
    • Parliamentary democracy
    • King rule
  6. Which territory or state is the nation's capital city?
    • Australian Capital Territory
    • Queensland
    • Victoria
    • Western Australia
  7. Which Australian colony did the British government decided to transport these convicts
    • Queensland
    • Tasmania
    • Victoria
    • New South Wales
  8. What is the population of Australia in 2012?
    • 12 million
    • 82 million
    • 32 million
    • 22 million
  9. What are the names on three important parts in Australian Flag?
    • The Southern Cross, Union Jack, the yellow circle
    • Union Jack, The green stripes, the Commonwealth Star
    • The Commonwealth Star, Union Jack, the Southern Cross
  10. State the other name for House of Representatives
    • People's House
    • House of Senate
    • Upper House
  11. State 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
  12. The Prime Minister, the leader of the Australian Government is elected by whom?
    • The leader is selected by MPs of all parties jointly
    • The leader is selected by the Queen
    • The leader of the party with the majority of Members in the House of Representatives
  13. The joy and pride in being Australian is publicly expressed through
    • The Star-Spangled Banner
    • God save the King
    • Advance Australia Fair
  14. A rich agricultural and wine-growing area coves the south-west of _______
    • South Australia
    • Queensland
    • Western Australia
  15. Of the following statement, which would you consider an example of freedom of speech?
    • Any topic can be written and discussed in newspapers
    • In a court of law, women and men are treated equally
    • Australians are free to not follow a religion
  16. Early free settlers in Australia originated from ______
    • Great Britain and Ireland
    • Africa
    • Asia
  17. How can you directly contribute to the Australian community?
    • By paying tax
    • By making use of the public transport
    • By travelling abroad
  18. The High Court of Australia was established by ____________
    • House of Representatives
    • The Australian Constitution
    • The British Constitution
  19. In which election do the Australian people elect the members of House of Representatives?
    • State
    • Local council
    • Federal
  20. The proposals of new laws made by the elected members of the Australian Parliament are called ____________
    • Bills
    • Budget
    • Notes

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