Australian Citizenship Test by Goobid

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1. When were the colonies united into a federation of states?
  • 1 January 1901
  • 26 January 1910
  • 4 July 1901
  • 2. What is our common bond?
  • The institutions
  • Citizenship
  • The laws
  • 3. How many official flags does Australia have?
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 4. Why did Great Britain send convicts to Australia?
  • British laws were harsh so the all convicts were sent to Australia
  • British have too many convicts and could not hold the large number of people imprisoned for their crimes
  • British laws were harsh and the jails could not hold the large number of people imprisoned for their crimes
  • 5. What is Royal Assent?
  • A ceremonial duty
  • A representative appointed by the Queen of Australia
  • Signing all Bills passed by the Australian Parliament into law
  • 6. Who is involved in how the country is governed?
  • All the people from the Australia house of parliament
  • All the major Australian corporations
  • All the Australian people
  • 7. How can people protest against a government action or an organisation in Australia?
  • People can protest peacefully and they can injure any person or damage property
  • People can protest violently and they must not injure any person or damage property
  • People can protest peacefully and they must not injure any person or damage property
  • 8. How can the Australian Constitution be changed in a referendum?
  • There needs to be a single majority
  • There needs to be a double majority
  • There needs to be a triple majority
  • 9. Which of these is not a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
  • Must obey the laws
  • To vote in elections
  • To seek election to parliament
  • 10. What do members of the House of Representatives discuss?
  • Matters of national importance
  • Matters of community planning
  • Matters of education planning
  • 11. Are people freely and safely to vote for any candidate?
  • Yes
  • No
  • 12. How Australian Parliament is made?
  • By Government ministers
  • By courts and judges
  • By representatives who are elected by the people of Australia
  • 13. What is a Bill in Australian politics?
  • A proposal for a new currency in Australia
  • A proposal for a new law or a change to the law
  • A written or printed public notice
  • 14. What is the penalty for breaking traffic laws?
  • Your driver's licence can be suspended however you can get a new licence right away
  • You could be fined a large amounts of money and you will go to prison if you can't pay it
  • You could be fined a large amounts of money or even sent to prison
  • 15. What is the name of the ministers important areas of government?
  • Portfolios
  • Cabinet
  • Royal Assent
  • 16. How many mainland territories in Australia?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 17. Who can propose a new law or a change to the law?
  • A Governor-General
  • A Prime Minister
  • A member of the Australian Parliament
  • 18. Which of these is an example of equality in Australia?
  • Everyone follows the same religion
  • Men and women have the same rights
  • Everyone belongs to the same political party
  • 19. Where are state and territory governments based?
  • In Canberra
  • In national capital city
  • In their capital cities
  • 20. What is Australia's national flower?
  • The sun flower
  • The golden wattle
  • The golden poppy
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