Australian Citizenship Test

Australian Citizenship Practice Test 1

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.

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  1. When many citizenship ceremonies are held across the country?
    • Easter Day
    • Boxing Day
    • Christmas Day
    • Australia Day
  2. What are the Australia’s national colours?
    • White and gold
    • Green and blue
    • Green and gold
    • White and blue
  3. What is the Australian government responsible for?
    • Immigration and citizenship
    • Railways
    • Drains
  4. How many members in the House of Representatives Australia
    • 200
    • 150
    • 250
    • 300
  5. Illegal buying or carrying of drugs for selling purpose, what it is called
    • Consuming drugs
    • Drug therapy
    • Drug trafficking
  6. With what name you shall define a person who is authorised to act or speak on behalf of others
    • Teacher
    • Representative
    • Educator
    • None of the above
  7. What is Queensland's capital city?
    • Melbourne
    • Brisbane
    • Canberra
    • Hobart
  8. In which area did the fund utilized for constructing buildings through the wealth created in the 1850s' golden rush?
    • Victoria
    • Queensland
    • Tasmania
    • Adelaide
  9. Name the national flower of Australia
    • Tulips
    • Daffodils
    • Golden wattle
  10. Identify the true statement
    • All Australians have the right to be protected by Australia's laws
    • Australia's laws protect only the senior citizens of Australia
    • Australia's laws protect only the people born in Australia
  11. 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
  12. Australia’s culture, history and political institutions have been majorly influenced by _________ heritage
    • Irish and British
    • Asian
    • American
  13. Of the following statement, choose the one that is true
    • Being familiar with the laws is not important in Australia
    • Not knowing a law is an excuse for breaking it in Australia
    • Not knowing a law is no excuse for breaking it in Australia
  14. Identify the statement that is true about voting in Australia.
    • You are not allowed to vote once you are on the electoral roll
    • You can vote if you wish once you are on the electoral roll
    • In Australian federal and state or territory elections, voting is compulsory once you are on the electoral roll
  15. In 1788, the First Fleet from Great Britain arrived on _______
    • 20 January
    • 24 January
    • 21 January
    • 26 January
  16. Which of the following of Sydney are considered national icons?
    • Opera House and Harbour Bridge
    • Schools and Universities
    • Zoo and Animals
  17. 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
  18. The Commonwealth electoral roll is maintained by ______
    • The prime minister
    • Australian Electoral Commission
    • The Speaker of the House of Representatives
  19. The power between 3 arms of government is divided _____________
    • So that all the power to govern Australia is not taken over by one group of people
    • So that all the power to govern Australia is not taken over by the Prime Minister
    • So that all the power to govern Australia is taken over by the 3 arms group
  20. Who is the leader of the Australian Government?
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Queen
    • The King

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