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Flag Protocol – Flying the Australian National Flag with Flags of Other Nations

The Australian Government provides protocols to assist you when flying the Australian National Flag. Given the array of circumstances under which the Flag may be flown, there are many protocols that a



    • “From the outset, PILA were wonderful to deal with. They offered advice, diagrams and specific expertise which inspired confidence in myself and all MCA staff”

      Clare Lewis, Curator

      Museum of Contemporary Arts
      Sydney, NSW
    • “We put the banners up on the new PILA banner poles for the Rip Curl Pro this year and they look fantastic. The PILA banner pole system was really easy to use as well”

      Simon Loone, Business & Tourism Strategy Coordinator

      Surf Coast Shire Council
      Torquay, VIC
    • “The poles for our wall of remembrance were perfect and looked great on the dedication day attended by many dignitaries including the Prime Minister.”

      John Henderson, President

      Nambour RSL Sub Branch
      Sunshine Coast, QLD
    • “The 11 flag poles for permanent display in the Memorial Garden look fantastic and have created some wonderful feedback. Thanks for your helpful assistance & the free upgrade to bigger poles.”

      Chris Holley, President

      Australian Railway Museum Management
      Werris Creek, NSW
    • “PILA freighted the new pole within a couple of days. The follow up phone calls that I received to make sure all went well were also an indication of the attention to customer service of PILA staff"

      Peter Worth, DT Teacher

      Thornlie Christian College
      Perth, WA