The Australian Flag has evolved over the years from the Union Flag in 1770, The Union Jack in 1801 through to 1909 when a 7th star was added to the Federation Star, and then in 1953 came the current Australian National flag design which consists of a defaced Blue Ensign. The current Australian flag is a blue field with a Union Jack in the upper hoist side - also called a canton. Below the Union Jack on the flag is a large seven pointed white star, called the Commonwealth Star. On the fly side there is the Southern Cross consisting of 5 white stars in the shape of the Southern Cross constellation.
The Australian flag is finished with a loop at the top and bottom of the flag to loop on sister clips which are used to attach to a flagpole rope so you can proudly fly the flag on your flag pole. Clips are included with the flag for your convenience. If you are interested in the national guidelines to fly your flag, you can visit the Australian National Flag Protocols website.
You can buy the Australian flag in a range of sizes, to buy you just need to select your size from the drop down menu.
We can make flags to your specifications such as a custom design or vertical sleeve finish, please contact us for a quote on alternations.