Flag of Northern Territory (Northern Territory)
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The flag of the Northern Territory is black in the left third and shows the Southern Cross. In the right, ocher part, a white Sturt's Desert Rose (Gossypium sturtianum) is depicted. This is shown with seven petals (actually it has only five petals).
The seven-pointed star in the center represents the six states of Australia and the Northern Territory.The flag was introduced on July 12, 1961.
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The flag of the Northern Territory in Australia was officially introduced in 1978. It is a combination of the flags of the state and the Commonwealth of Australia. The Northern Territory flag features a white star on a black background, representing the state's Aboriginal heritage. The star is divided into five parts, representing the five territories of the Northern Territory.
The flag of the state of Northern Territory in Australia was introduced in 1978. It consists of a blue background with the state's coat of arms in the center. A white star on the left side symbolizes the Aborigines and the five stars represent the six states and two main territories of Australia. The flag is a combination of the Australian national flag and the state's coat of arms.
The flag of the state of Northern Territory in Australia is a blue flag with a golden star, which is a South Sea star. The star is surrounded by four white stars representing the Orion constellation. The star in the center of the constellation represents the Aboriginal people of the state. The flag also symbolizes the connection between the state and the Commonwealth of Australia.