Australian Citizenship Test Practice 1

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Why did the First Fleet of Australia arrive from Great Britain in the year 1788?

  • For learning about the cultural differences between British and Australians
  • For preaching the religion
  • For setting up a settlement of convicts for the British Government
  • For conducting scientific research on Australian wildlife and ecosystems.

What does the principle of a 'fair go' mean in Australian society?

  • Only a select few deserve opportunities.
  • Opportunities should be limited to specific social classes.
  • Everyone should have an equal opportunity to succeed.
  • Equality of opportunity is not valued in Australian society.

Which group of stars we see on the Australian National Flag?

  • The Commonwealth Star
  • The Union Jack
  • The Southern Cross
  • The Eiffel Tower

What does 'Union Jack' represent in Australian National flag?

  • Australia's aboriginal people
  • A spiritual relation to the land and the earth
  • Our history of British settlement
  • British aboriginal people

Which part of the Australian National Flag bears the commonwealth star?

  • Under the Union Jack
  • Inside the Union Jack
  • Over the Union Jack
  • None of the above

What is the law regarding discrimination based on gender in Australia?

  • Discrimination based on gender is legal.
  • Discrimination based on gender is allowed in certain situations.
  • Discrimination based on gender is a personal choice.
  • Discrimination based on gender is against the law.

What are government ministers responsible for in the Australian Government?

  • Leading the Opposition
  • Managing specific areas of government called portfolios
  • Making key decisions in the Cabinet
  • Approving the appointment of the Prime Minister

Which statement best describes the principle of equality in Australia?

  • Men have more rights than women in Australia.
  • Men and women have equal rights in all aspects of life.
  • Women have more rights than men in Australia.
  • Equal rights are not guaranteed in Australia.

What is the colour of top half portion of Australian Aboriginal flag?

  • Yellow
  • Black
  • Green
  • White

What does citizenship in Australia entail?

  • Full participation in the nation's life and community.
  • The opportunity to avoid responsibilities as an Australian citizen.
  • No obligation to participate in society or contribute to the community.
  • Citizenship is not necessary to live in Australia.

Who becomes the leader of the Australian Government after a federal election?

  • The Governor-General
  • The Leader of the Opposition
  • The Prime Minister
  • The members of the House of Representatives

Which of the following is not protected in Australia?

  • Freedom of speech.
  • Freedom of religion.
  • Freedom to be violent towards others.
  • Freedom of choice.

What is the age of sexual consent in Australia?

  • 18 years old
  • 16 years old
  • 20 years old
  • Varies depending on the state or territory

Why should you obey a lawful request from the police in Australia?

  • Because the police have ultimate authority and should always be obeyed.
  • Because it is recommended but not legally required.
  • Because all Australians commit to following the law and should support the lawful actions of the police.
  • Because the police can enforce their requests by any means necessary.

Which of the following is true about violence in Australia?

  • Verbal abuse is legal, but physical abuse is illegal.
  • Violence of any kind, including verbal and physical abuse, is illegal.
  • Violence is only illegal in certain states and territories.
  • Violence is legal and acceptable.

Who approves the appointment of the Prime Minister and ministers in the Australian Government?

  • The Leader of the Opposition
  • The Governor-General
  • The Prime Minister
  • The members of the House of Representatives

What is the name of flag of Great Britain that is a part of Australian National Flag?

  • The Commonwealth Star
  • The Southern Cross
  • The Union Jack
  • The Eucalyptus Leaf

What are the names of three important parts of Australian National Flag?

  • Union Jack, The green stripes, the Commonwealth Star
  • Union Jack, the Commonwealth Star, the Southern Cross
  • The Southern Cross, Union Jack, the yellow circle
  • The kangaroo, the Eureka Flag, the Sydney Opera House (These are not part of the Australian National Flag)

Which body is considered the key decision-making body of the Australian Government?

  • The Cabinet
  • The Prime Minister
  • The Leader of the Opposition
  • The Governor-General

Which of the following is not a fundamental value in Australia?

  • Freedom and dignity of individuals.
  • Age restrictions on sexual consent.
  • Peaceful disagreement and the right to be safe.
  • Mutual respect and tolerance.

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  • Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties
  • Government and the law in Australia
  • An understanding and commitment to Australian values based on freedom, respect and equality

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Australian Citizenship Test Fact Sheet:
  • Number of questions: 20
  • Answer correctly to pass: 15
  • Passing score: 75%