The current state flag of South Australia, was officially adopted by the government
of South Australia in 1904. The flag is based on the defaced British Blue ...
Use: State Flag and Ensign. The flag of South Australia is a British Blue Ensign
defaced with the state badge. The badge depicts a white-backed piping shrike ...
Several territories have no flag: the Australian National Flag is used for the
Australian ... New South Wales - The badge was adopted on 15 February 1876.
Nov 2, 2016 ... South Australia is the southern, central state of mainland Australia. It has a total
land area of 983,482 square kilometres (379,725 square miles), ...
The South Australian flag is an adaptation of the national flag of Australia, and
features a Piping Shrike with its wings outstretched on a golden disc. all Country
South Australia. State Identity. South Australian Flag. Flag Adopted: 13 January
1904. All State flags, except the Northern Territory and Australian Capital ...
South Australia flag symbols and official animal, bird, flag, flower, motto,
nickname, seal, song, tree and more - by worldatlas.com.
The South Australian Flag (1904). In 1865 the Imperial Parliament passed the
Colonial Naval Defence Act, it permitted the colonies of Australia to possess and
The South Australian flag dates back to 1904. As with all Australian state flags the
Union Jack appears in the top-left ...
www.parliament.sa.gov.au/education/students/FlagsandEmblems/Pages/The Bird Emblem of South Australia.aspx
Sep 6, 2006 ... The Bird Emblem of South Australia ... a flag with the new device upon it - the
South Australian Shrike in the rising sun of the Commonwealth, ...