Flag of Baustralia

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Kingdom of Baustralia
Use National flag
Proportion 1:2
Adopted 20 June 2017
Design Dark blue and white pale with a dark blue Baustralian Fish charged in the centre.
Designed by John I
Vertical flag of the Kingdom of Baustralia
Use National flag
Proportion 2:1
Design Dark blue and white pale rotated 90°, with a dark blue Baustralian Fish charged in the centre.

The flag of Baustralia, often referred to as the Baustralian flag is a national flag consisting of a blue field with a white square at its centre in the ratio of 1:2:1, in the middle of which is featured a Baustralian Fish charged in the centre. It is the first specified by law for use as the country's national flag.

It's vertical equivalent is the same as the normal flag, though everything is turned 90° except the fish. The Federal Symbols Act 2, MMXVII dictates that for a flag to be considered 'vertical', it must be at most 45° from the ground.

Flag hung in Concord Palace. 16 April 2018

There also exists flags to identify whether the Kingdom is in a state of emergency or transition, or where the emergency is. Green is used for transition, dark red for emergency, black for naval emergencies, red for terrestrial emergencies, or yellow for aerial emergencies.

Ensigns, and jacks

There also exists ensigns for civil, governmental, and merchant/yacht usage.

Ensigns

Ensign name Image Use
Red Ensign Civil Ensign of Baustralia.svg Civil ensign
Blue Ensign Government Ensign of Baustralia.svg Government ensign


See also

Flags of Baustralia