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.

Time Spent: 00:45:00

  1. What do you pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
    • To share Australia's capitalist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
    • To share Australia's communist beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
    • To share Australia's democratic beliefs, respect people rights and liberties, uphold and obey Australian laws
  2. When did European settlement start?
    • When the first 11 convict ships arrived from Great Britain
    • When the first 15 convict ships arrived from Great Britain
    • When the first 13 convict ships arrived from Great Britain
    • When the first 20 convict ships arrived from Great Britain
  3. What among the following is the responsibility of a local government?
    • Traffic controls and street signs
    • Health services and hospitals
    • Schools
  4. To work for the Australian Government, the minimum age is _______
    • 16 years
    • 18 years
    • 21 years
    • 20 years
  5. Of the following, which flag has the colours green, blue, black and white?
    • The Australian National Flag
    • The Australian Aboriginal Flag
    • The Torres Strait Islander flag
  6. Choose the true statement of the following.
    • Many people fight with each other because of the spirit of mateship
    • Many people go away from Australia because of the spirit of mateship
    • Through voluntary community work, many groups and individuals help others, because of the spirit of mateship
  7. Choose a statement that is true about colonies
    • Each colony had its own laws relating to postage within British colony borders
    • Each colony had its own laws relating to trade and transport within British colony borders
    • All of the above
  8. The sacrifice of all Australians who served and died in wars, conflicts and peacekeeping operations is remembered on ___________
    • Anzac Day
    • Harmony Day
    • Melbourne Cup Day
  9. In terms of size, Australia is
    • The fifth largest country in the world
    • The fourth largest country in the world
    • The sixth largest country in the world
    • The seventh largest country in the world
  10. ___________ is the Australia's capital.
    • Canberra
    • Melbourne
    • Sydney
  11. Which is the second largest state of Australia?
    • Victoria
    • Queensland
    • Tasmania
  12. Of the following statement, which is true?
    • For all people living in Australia, Australia's laws are important
    • Only for the citizens of Australia, Australia's laws are important
    • Only for the people born in Australia are Australia's laws important
  13. Australia's laws are to be obeyed by _________
    • Only Parliament members
    • Only People born in Australia
    • Everyone in Australia
  14. Of the following statements about Australian heritage, choose one that is true.
    • Australia has a Islamic heritage
    • Australia has a non religious heritage
    • Australia has a Judaeo-Christian heritage
  15. Whom does the Governor represent in each state?
    • The Queen
    • King of Australia
    • Australian Prime Minister
  16. Local governments are responsible for which of the following?
    • Air safety and airports
    • Defence
    • Meat and food inspection
  17. Of the following statement, choose the one that is true
    • You are not allowed to join any political party in Australia
    • You are forced to join in certain political parties in Australia
    • You are free to join a political party if you choose, in Australia
  18. 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
  19. About the criminal offences in Australia, which of the following is true?
    • In Australia, it is a serious crime to show violence towards another person
    • In Australia, it is illegal to show violence towards another person
    • All of the above
  20. 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

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