需要注意的是，书分两部分。一部分是考试会考到的内容（testable section），另一部分只是供你参考阅读（non-testable section），考试的内容不会出现在这部分中。网上流传的考试模拟题中，有些居然是第二部分中的，所以这个就不用看了。例如XX悉尼网站上的模拟题，就是这样的。
参考书的名字叫Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond《澳洲公民身份我们共同的纽带》，这个资料是有中文资料，但考试是英文的，所以即使英文不好，也最好看英文资料吧。如果英文有看不懂的地方，参考一下中文资料到是可以的。
另外，很多中文网站上都有入籍考试模拟题，但绝大部分的都很不靠谱，试题的内容是书本（Australian Citizenship: Our Common Bond）里没有的，大家就不用浪费时间了。当然如果你对澳洲感兴趣，那是另外一回事儿。
1.What do we remember on Anzac Day?
The landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps at Gallipoli, Turkey
2.What are the colors of the Australian Aboriginal Flag?
Black, red and yellow
3.Which official symbol of Australia identifies Commonwealth property?
Commonwealth Coat of Arms
4.Which of these is a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
To vote in elections
5.What happened in Australia on 1 January 1901?
The Australian Constitution came into effect
6.What is a referendum?
A vote to change the Australian Constitution
7.Which arm of government has the power to interpret and apply laws?
8.What is the name of a proposal to make a law in parliament?
9.Who maintains peace and order in Australia?
10.Which official symbol of Australia identifies Commonwealth property?
Commonwealth Coat of Arms
11.Who is the head of the Australian Government?
12.What is the name of the legal document that sets out the rules for the government of Australia?
The Australian Constitution
13.How are Members of Parliament chosen?
14.Who do Members of Parliament represent?
The people of their electorate
15.When did the first convict ships arrive from Great Britain?
On 26 January 1788
16.Which is the capital of Australia?
17.Which is the nation’s largest city
18.Which state has the Torres Strait Islands in the north, tropical rainforests, temperate coastal areas and an often dry inland
19.Where is the Parliament House of Australia situated?
20.Where is Union Jack located on The Australian National Flag?
Top left corner
21.What do the black lines on the Torres Strait Islander Flag represent?
The Torres Strait Islander people
22.Which animals are on the Australian Coat of Arms?
Kangaroo and emu
23.Where did the first European settlers to Australia come from?
24.Who is Australia’s head of state?
Queen Elizabeth II
25.What song is Australia’s national anthem?
Advance Australia Fair
26.What do you call the elected head of a state government?
27.In what year did the first European settlers arrive?
28.How many states are there in Australia?
29. What is secret vote?
everyone is free and safe to vote as they wish
30.How many percent of Australians are indigenous people?
about 2 percent
31.Is Australia the biggest island in the world ?
32.In terms of area, the biggest state of Australia is:
WA / Western Australia
33.What is a parliament?
a group of people elected by voters to make laws on their behalf
34.Local governments are called?
Councils or shires
35.In what year did Federation take place?
36.Which day of the year is Australia Day?
37.What is the first line of Australia’s national anthem?
Australians all let us rejoice
38.Who is the Queen’s representative in Australia?
39.Indigenous people have lived in Australia for
At least 40,000 years
38.Where did the first European settlers to Australia come from?
40.Australia’s values are based on the …
The Judaeo-Christian tradition
41.What does Anzac Day commemorate?
The Gallipoli landing
42.What is Australia’s national floral emblem?
Wattle / Golden wattle
43.What is a Bill?
A proposed law that has not yet passed through parliament
44.What is the population of Australia?
45.What are the three levels of government in Australia?
Commonwealth, State or Territory and local
46.In what year did the European settlement of Australia start?
47.Who is the leader of the nation and represents Australia at international meeting sevents?
48.Australian soldiers entered World War I in 1915 with an attack on which country?
49.These partition of powers in the Australian Constitution establishes three arms of national government. What are they?
legislative arm, executive arm, judicial arm
50.How many official flags does Australia have?
51.What does the Anzac stand for?
Australian and New Zealand Army Corps
52.What term describes the system of national government in Australia?
Australia is a parliamentary democracy
53.Australia’s political system is a …
54.Who was the first Prime Minister of Australia?
Sir Edmund Barton
55.Which of these statements about passports is correct?
Australian citizens can apply for an Australian passport
56.Which of these is a role of the Governor-General?
The signing of Bills passed by the Australian Parliament
57.Which of these statements about state governments is correct?
Each state has its own constitution
58.After a federal election, who forms the new government?
The political party or coalition of parties which wins a majority of seats in the House of Representatives
59.Serving on a jury if required is a responsibility of Australian citizenship:
60.In Australia, everyone is free to practice the religion of their choice, or practice no religion:
61.To be elected to the Commonwealth Parliament you must be an Australiancitizen:
62.As an Australian citizen, I have the right to register my baby born overseas as an Australian citizen:
63.Australian citizens aged 18 years or over are required to enrol on the electoral register:
64.Why did the British Government decide to transport convicts to the new colony of New South Wales during European settlement?
a. British laws were harsh
b. Jails could not hold the large number of people imprisoned for their crimes
c. All of the above [√]
65.Why did People from all around the world come to New South Wales and Victoria in 1851?
To try their luck at making a fortune
66.Where do most of The Northern Territory’s small population live?
b. along the main highway between Darwin and Alice Springs
c. All of the above. [√]
67.Which of the following is true?
People who hold positions of power in the Australian community must obey Australia’s laws
68.Which of these statements is true about Freedom of association?
Australians can gather with others to protest against a government
69.Which of the following is true about the laws in Australia?
Australian representatives in government make laws to maintain an orderly, free society
70.Which of the following is true?
In Australia, the Queen does not have a day-to-day role in government
71.In each state, a Governor represents the?
Queen of Australia
72.Local governments are responsible for ?
Noise and animal control
73.Which of the following is true?
In Australia, you are free to join a political party if you choose.
74.What happened in the 1850s that triggered a new wave of migration to Australia?
Gold was discovered
75.Which of the following statements is correct?
A quarter of Australians are born overseas
76.How long have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people been living in Australia?
40,000 – 60,000 years
78.What is Australia’s official state religion?
79.All Australians are required to follow Judeo-Christian ethics:
ACE(Australia Electoral Commission) 澳洲选举委员会。是一个独立的机构，专门负责选举的。
Head of State 澳洲的首领。Head of State 是英国女王。
Royal Assent 澳洲议会通过的议案是需要皇室签字通过的，只是走一道程序。
Legislative Power,Executive Power,Judicial Power 立法、行政、司法。西方民主国家的基本政治制度的原则。
Chief Minister 澳洲有两个特别行政区（Territory），堪培拉和北领地，区的区长叫Chief Minister，与州长类似。
Union Jack 就是澳洲国旗左上角的哪个米字，其实就是英国国旗。
The Australian Citizenship
Aussie Citizenship Test