Niue Flag - This flag was adopted in 1975 and consists of a yellow field with a Union Jack in the upper left corner. This flag is unusual in design - the field being yellow and not blue or red, and in addition the Union Jack is also defaced. Symbolically, the Union Jack was used to represent the protection granted by the UK in 1900 after the King and Chiefs of Niue petitioned for it.
The country is also associated with New Zealand - NZ took over administration and responsibility of Niue in 1901, and is represented in the stars forming a diamond pattern depicting Southern Cross seen on the Union Jack. The yellow field represents the bright sunshine of Niue and the warm feelings of the Niuean people toward New Zealand and her people. The larger star in the centre depicts the self governing island that is Niue.
Our World flags are finished with a loop at the top and bottom of the flag to be used with clips to attach to the rope and run up a flag pole. Clips are included with the flag for your convenience.
The flags come in a range of sizes for you to choose from, 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.