A type of food
A person who belongs to a society
A true Auzzie
An Auzzie pub in Benalla
A street in Kazakhstan
The name of one of America's presidents
A society with no laws that lives in chaos
A society with laws that lives in chaos
The nickname of a famous weight lifter
No criminal record
A regular customer of McDonalds
Able to speak and understand basic English
Understand the rights and responsibilities of Australian citizenship
Show generosity by selling illegal dvd's online from sweden
To encourage people to do the wrong thing.
To increase crime in Australia.
To give protection, freedom and to make sure there is a resolution of dispute.
17 years and younger
17 years and older
18 years and younger
18 years and older
Whose rights and liberties I respect.
To live by my god.
To which I pledge all my loyalty.
And live by the Australian Law.
A type of burger at Hungary Jacks
The opposite of 'left'
A privilege that every citizen has and is entitled to and cannot be denied by anyone
A duty that every citizen has to uphold.
None of the above
They picked these two animals because they are Australian animals and they symbolize the Australian bush.
B) They picked these animals because they are both very different to each other and are both still accepted as Australian animals. This symbolizes Australia’s multi-cultural environment and how everyone is treated the same.
They picked these two animals because they are Australian animals and both of them cannot walk backwards. This symbolizes that Australians only walk forward and instead of backing away from a problematic situation we walk forward and deal with the situation.
They picked them so that people could see what Australian delicacies looked like.