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.
Feb 24, 2014 ... Sturt's desert pea is found over a greater range of South Australia than almost ....
The State Flag, which is flown from Government buildings and ...
Australian flag consisting of a blue field (background) with the Union Jack in the
canton and a magpie emblem at the fly end. The flag is sometimes referred to as
South Australia. State Identity. South Australian Flag. Flag Adopted: 13 January
1904. All State flags, except the Northern Territory and Australian Capital ...
Feb 27, 2016 ... The South Australian state flag was created as a colonial flag - a British Blue
Ensign with the badge of the colony added to the blue field.
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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
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, ...