Each of Australia’s six states has a flag based on the British Blue Ensign with the relevant badge in the fly. The badges are patterned after the states’ coat of arms. Recently South Australia changed its coat of arms to the same design as the flag badge. Each state governor also has a flag. The flags date from the following years: 1875 (Tasmania, Western Australia), 1876 (New South Wales, Queensland), 1877 (Victoria) and 1904 (South Australia). The Northern Territory also has its own flag.
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Large Format Banners
Large format banners are the ideal method of communicating with your customers. Their large size make them vivid reminders of what you have in store or what event you are promoting. Large format banners provide the savvy business owner with a highly personalized, colorful and pleasant way of forming connections with their customers.
Fresh Ways to Use Custom Pennants
While you might associate pennants only with schools, their unique shape make them the perfect way for any business, non-profit organization or company to capture attention. Whether you want to highlight your business in a sporty way or you need to draw attention to a special event or sale, these triangular flags stand out in an often busy visual landscape.
They are also a fun freebie to hand out to visitors at trade shows and conferences. You can add a stick, giving children and adults alike a way to wave them and show their spirit.