Where can I buy high quality Australian flags?
You can buy high-grade Aussie flags here at Australian Flag Makers! We offer only the highest quality flags, which includes the brand new 650D FusionTex material. Most Australian flags you will find are made from normal polyester, a low grade product that doesn’t offer the same durability as the 650D FusionTex.
Why do Australians get free flags and portraits?
Australians are very happy to criticise politicians for misusing their allowances but it some people, it seems, are equally happy to encourage MPs to do so by asking for free flags and portraits they don’t really want or need. The Constituent Request Program is meant to provide flags and other nationhood materials to community groups and clubs.
What does go local first support in Australia?
Go Local First. Supporting Australian small businesses. Introducing the song of this summer! After the hard slog our small businesses have been doing through a very difficult year, we’ve put together a little something to show we’re behind them.
What makes an Australian flag last so long?
Our Australian flags are made using the lastest printing techniques that provide outstanding true colour. The ink we use even has UV inhibitors to make sure the colours last. The flag is made with a reinforced header and is double stitched around each edge, with triple stitching on the fly end, to give the flag a longer life.
Where does the Australian national flag come from?
The Australian white ensign is an Australian National Flag with a white background. It is flown from the stern of naval vessels. The Australian National Flag is flown from the bow. The Royal Australian Air Force ensign was adopted in 1948.
When did the Australian national flag change to the Red Ensign?
The Flags Act 1953 subesquently proclaimed the Australian blue ensign as the Australian National Flag and the Australian red ensign as the flag for merchant ships registered in Australia An amendment to the Flags Act 1953 was passed in 1998 to ensure that the Australian National Flag can be changed only with the agreement of the Australian people.
When did the Australian Centenary Flag come out?
The Centenary Flag is an Australian National Flag with a white headband incorporating a cardinal red stripe and an inscription. The Centenary Flag was proclaimed on 13 September 2001.