The Papua New Guinea flag is divided diagonally into two triangles - the upper is red with a soaring Raggiana Bird. The lower is black with the Southern Cross in white depicted on it.
The Papua New Guinea flag is divided diagonally into two triangles. The upper triangle is red, while the lower triangle is black. In the red triangle, there is a soaring Raggiana bird, which represents the country’s rich and colorful wildlife. The black triangle showcases a pattern of four larger white five-pointed stars arranged in the shape of the Southern Cross constellation, along with a smaller star. These stars symbolize the country’s connection to the southern hemisphere and its unity.