Are you ready for an Australian Citizenship Test? These are a few questions that we may see in your test.
- What do we remember on Anzac Day?
- The landing of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove
- The landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at Gallipoli, Turkey
- The arrival of the first free settlers from Great Britain
- What are the colours of the Australian Aboriginal flag?
- Black, red, and yellow
- Blue, white, and green
- Green, white, and black
- Which official symbol of Australia identifies Commonwealth property?
- Australia’s national flower
- Commonwealth Coat of Arms
- The national anthem
- Which of these statements about government in Australia is correct?
- The government does not allow some religions
- Religious laws are passed by parliament
- Government in Australia is secular
- Which of these is an example of freedom of speech?
- People can peacefully protest against government decisions
- Australians are free to not follow a religion
- Men and women are treated equally in a court of law
- Which of these is an example of equality in Australia?
- Everyone belongs to the same political party
- Everyone follows the same religion
- Men and women have the same rights
- Which of these is a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
- To vote in elections
- To have a current Australian passport
- To attend local council meetings
- Which of these statements about voting in Australian elections is correct?
- People must write their name on their vote
- Voting is by a show of hands
- People are free and safe to vote for any candidate
- What happened in Australia on 1 January 1901?
- The Australian Consitution came into effect
- The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps was formed
- The Australian Constitution was changed by a referendum
- Which arm of government has the power to interpret and apply laws?
- Which of these is a role of the Governor-General?
- The appointment of the Head of State
- The appointment of the state premiers
- The signing of Bills passed by the Australian Parliament