The local government is responsible for local roads, bridges etc.
Which country did the colonies in Australia belong to?
The AEC is independent of the government
Airports and air safety are the responsibility of
What is another name for the House of Reviews?
Who is the head of the local council?
Which Commonwealth agency maintains the electoral roll?
Which of the following is a TRUE statement about the Police?
In Australia, a court judgement is based on?
The party leader with a Majority in the House of Representatives becomes?
Who approves the appointments of federal judges?
The Australian parliamentary democracy system is founded on
What is another name for the leader of the municipal council?
Governor-General’s role includes
How many senators are elected to the Upper house or Senate?
What are the different types of local government areas?
In a referendum, what does a double majority mean?
Which of the following is NOT part of the executive team in Australia?
Who is responsible for Taxation in Australia?
In Australia, state and territory government is responsible for forestry
In Australia, who has jurisdiction over child care and aged care centres?
Is it lawful to possess illegal drugs in Australia?
Who decides if the law is broken and decides on the penalty for it?
In state government, who is the head of the government?
Elected representative of the state or territory in the Australian parliament is known as
The Australian government is responsible for “Immigration and citizenship”?
What role of a jury in a court is?
Which of the following is TRUE regarding parliament and Constitution?
Which following is responsible for applying and interpreting Australia's laws?
Who is responsible for defence in Australia?
Who recommends members of parliament to become Ministers?
How many senators are elected from each state?
In Australia, it’s a crime to bribe the police.
Which of the following is a TRUE statement about AFP?
How is Bill approved in parliament before it goes to the Governor-General?
Who sign’s the bills passed by the Australian Parliament?
What is another name for the House of Representatives?
Which of the following is TRUE about voting?
Power to put the laws into practice is known as
Who has the right to be presented by a lawyer in court?
Can the federal or state government remove a judge if it disagrees with their decisions?
What type of Monarchy is in Australia?
How many members are elected to the House of Representatives or Lower House?
What is the system of government in Australia?
Local environmental issues are the responsibility of ____
What is meant by constitutional monarchy?
Who is responsible for schools?
Which one is TRUE regarding "independents" in Australia?
Why is the government power divided into three powers (legislative, executive and judicial) in the Australian Constitution?
Which one aligns best with the definition of a political party?
Who has a role in protecting life and property?
What does the term AEC stand for?
How is Australia divided for elections?
Who can put the laws into practice in Australia?
Which government is responsible for managing roads and railways?
Which government looks after immigration and citizenship in Australia?
Who has the authority to make or alter laws in Australia?
Who is responsible for trade and commerce in Australia?
Social security (Pensions and family support) is the responsibility of
Which kind of structure did the six Australian colonies follow before 1901?
Who appoints the Governor-General in Australia?
Who is the highest authority in Australian Courts?
How many senators are elected from each territory?
Who proposes new laws or variations to the existing laws?
The King has no day-to-day role in the Australian Government
Who has the empowerment to alter or modify the laws of the Australian Territory?
In a trial, who decides on the penalty for a guilty person?
Which one is NOT a political party in Australia?
Which of the following is a TURE statement about Australian courts?
How do people vote in Australian Elections?
In the Australian constitution, the power of government is divided into?
Which branch of government can interpret and apply laws?
Who is responsible for applying the laws in Australia?
When did the six Australian colonies formally unify as the Commonwealth of Australia?
In Australia, who has Executive power?
In territory government, who is the head of the government?
Who elects the representative for the Australian parliament?
What does the term ATO stand for?
What happens to the Bill presented in the Australian Parliament?
How does a Bill become a law?
Who is responsible for providing parks and playgrounds?
Elected representative of the people in the Australian or a state parliament is known as
Who is responsible for rubbish collection?
Power to make laws in Australia is known as
What change was made to the Australian constitution in 1967?
What happens if you do not vote in an election?
Legal document containing fundamental rules of the Australian Government is known as __________
Who is responsible for traffic controls in Australia?
Who is responsible for the communication network in Australia?
Who is responsible for animal control in Australia?
Who is Australia’s Head of State under the constitution?
Who approves the appointments of the Australian government and ministers?
Which of the following is a TRUE statement regarding the Cabinet?
Wearing seatbelts are mandatory for everyone travelling in a car
The essential decision-making body of the Australian Government is known as
What are the names of houses in the Commonwealth Parliament in Australia?
Who should Australian citizens raise their concerns about government policy?
Which one is the TRUE statement regarding freedom in Australia?
Who is responsible for hospitals and health services in Australia?
When did the idea of one Australian nation become a reality?
Who is the king’s representative in the Northern Territory?
Who is responsible for building permits in Australia?
Food inspection is the responsibility of
What is another name of the Australian National Government?
Australian Federal Police is responsible for police work in the Australian Capital Territory.
The Australian government is responsible for local roads, bridges etc.
Who is the King’s representative in each of the states?
What is a proposal for new law or modification of existing law in parliament?
Which of the following is a TURE statement about the Australian court system?
Who is responsible for providing “employment assistance”?
An approved car seat is NOT mandatory for babies and young children
In Australia, who has jurisdiction over foreign affairs (relations with other countries)?
Who approves the appointment of Ministers?
Which of the following is a TRUE statement?
Which branch of government can put laws into practice?
Which one is a TRUE statement regarding opposition?
What change happened in Australia in 1967?
The party leader with the second most prominent members in the House of Representatives becomes?
How many senators are elected to the House of Review?
In Australia, who has legislative power?
Do Australians ever vote in referendums?
Which Commonwealth agency is responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums?
The Australian government can be formed if the party or coalition has a majority in _____
Is Australia a constitutional monarchy?
National Police in Australia is known as
Which government looks after street signs in Australia?
Breaking traffic laws can result in fines or imprisonment
Who is the Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Defence Force?
What is the role of members of the House of Representatives?
Police is the primary responsibility of __________
How can a referendum change the Australian constitution?
Public transport is the responsibility of
The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is
Which of the following is a TRUE statement about laws in Australia?
Local libraries and community centre’s responsibility is with _______
Which of the following is TRUE for the Australian Political party?
Which of the following is considered unlawful?
The community and the police have a good relationship in Australia.
Who is the King’s representative in Australia?
Which of the following is TRUE regarding parliament and Constitution?
Primarily, the Australian government is responsible for forestry
Who is the king’s representative in each state of Australia?
The Australian constitution was initially passed as part of ____________?
Who is responsible for postal services in Australia?
How many states and territories are in Australia?
What does the acronym “AFP” stand for?
Once the majority of members in each house of parliament agree on a Bill, it goes to ___
What is the role of members of the Senate?
What did the six separate Australian colonies follow before 1901?
Who is responsible for social planning?
Who is responsible for caravan parks in Australia?
Who is responsible for the drainage system in Australia?
How many members are elected to the people’s House?
Court can decide to use Jury in some cases
Is it illegal to have a sexual relationship with children or young people in Australia?