Currently there are 15 designs and 57 variants (scroll down to see them all). Click the image of any design or variant to open a larger view in a new tab. Click the title of any design to open a detailed PDF in a new tab. Click ‘See it waving’ to open a video in a new tab (right-click the video for options). Click ‘See it in all wind conditions’ to open an interactive ‘Flag Waver’ in a new tab (where clicking ‘More Options’ will allow you to switch the wind off and on). You can also anonymously rate any or all of the designs and variants, but be aware that you cannot change your rating once you have clicked the ‘Submit your selection’ button.
Australians have always debated the suitability of their national flag, and their debate will inevitably continue until their current flag is replaced. The new national flag of Australia should be one that is symbolic, sensible, recognisable, and honourable, and one that can be held in high regard by a majority of Australians, but contrary to the recommendations of vexillologists, there is no need for it to be so simple that it can be drawn by a child from memory, nor for it to be limited to three colours, nor even for it to display no lettering. It is Australians, and not vexillologists, who are the experts on what will constitute a good design for the Australian national flag.
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