The Australian flag is Blue background with the British flag in the upper hoist corner and a large white seven-pointed star in the lower hoist corner, along with four larger white seven-pointed stars and a smaller white five-pointed star elsewhere.
The Australia flag consists of a dark blue field with the Union Jack in the canton (upper left corner) and a large white seven-pointed star known as the Commonwealth Star. Below the Union Jack and to the right of the Commonwealth Star, there is a representation of the Southern Cross constellation, which consists of five white stars. The flag represents Australia’s historical ties to the United Kingdom and its geographic location in the Southern Hemisphere. The blue represents the ocean surrounding Australia, and the stars symbolize the country’s connection to the Southern Cross and its unique location in the world.
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