Being a constitutional monarch, the Queen doesn’t
really participate in every decision made by the
Her role as a leader is more of symbolic and
ceremonial, with her title of Elizabeth the Second,
by the Grace of God Queen of Australia and Her other
Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth.
For ceremonial purposes, the Queen is represented by
the Governor-General of Australia as provided in the
She is also guided and counseled by the country’s
Ministers of the Crown regarding issues and matters
that concerns the Australian State.
Although sharing one same monarch or queen, no other
government under the Commonwealth Nation can advise
the queen on anything concerning Australia or any of
the other member nations.