What is The National Flag of Australia?

What is The National Flag of Australia?

The Flag of Australia is a Blue Ensign. It is a Union Jack – British Flag in the top left Corner. Australians still regard as their Queen Elizabeth II and they respect her despite the fact that Australia is no longer a British colony.

The large white star in the lower left corner with seven-pointed is known as the Commonwealth Star. On September 3rd 1901 Australia adopted their current flag.

The flag includes the Federation star as one of the features which has 7 points with 1 point Representing Each State/Territory in Their Country as a Nation.

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