Flag of South Australia (South Australia)
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The flag of South Australia is a variant of the British Blue Ensign.In the right part it shows a Piping Shrike (flute bird, Gymnorhina tibicen leuconata) with outspread wings in a yellow circle.
This flag was introduced on January 13, 1904.
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The flag of the state of South Australia is a symbol of pride for South Australians. It represents the history and culture of the state. The flag was introduced on March 23, 1904 and is the only flag in Australia that has a Union Jack on the upper left corner.
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The flag of the state of South Australia, also known as the flag of South Australia, was adopted in 1876. It consists of a white cross on a blue background with a red star in the center. The star symbolizes the founding of South Australia as a British colony in 1836. The white cross represents the four founding states of the state: South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania.
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The flag of the state of South Australia is a blue flag with a white cross in the middle. The cross consists of four oblique bars that meet in the middle. Above it is a red star with five points. The star symbolizes the five founding colonies of the state. The blue background represents the sea that surrounds South Australia. Below is white lettering bearing the words "South Australia".