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Flying of flags: National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week

May 24, 2022

LG Alert

Flying the Indigenous Flags on National Sorry Day and throughout National Reconciliation Week recognises the significance of these events for all Australians and is a sign of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture.
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Flying of flags: ANZAC Day

Apr 20, 2022

LG Alert

Anzac Day is a day of special significance to all Australians, particularly for our serving military personnel and returned veterans.
Australian flag

Australian National Flag to fly at half-mast

Mar 25, 2022

LG Alert

Wednesday 30 March 2022
Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags

Flying of flags: Anniversary of the Apology to Members of the Stolen Generations

Feb 9, 2022

LG Alert

Flying the Indigenous flags on National Sorry Day and throughout National Reconciliation Week recognises the significance of these events for all Australians and is a sign of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture.
Australian flag

Flying of flags for Australia Day

Jan 24, 2022

LG Alert

Wednesday 26 January 2022
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Remembrance Day

Nov 9, 2021

LG Alert

Flags at half mast and observance of 1 minute of silence on Thursday 11 November 2021.
United Nations flag with the sky in the background.

United Nations Day

Oct 19, 2021

LG Alert

Flying of flags
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Flying of flags for Australian Citizenship Day

Sep 16, 2021

LG Alert

Day of National Celebration, Friday 17 September 2021
Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags

Flying of flags for NAIDOC Week 4 to 11 July 2021

Jul 2, 2021

LG Alert

Flying the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags throughout NAIDOC Week is a sign of national respect for Indigenous Australians.
Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags

Flying of flags: National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week

May 20, 2021

LG Alert

Flying the Indigenous flags on National Sorry Day and throughout National Reconciliation Week recognises the significance of these events for all Australians and is a sign of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture.
Page reviewed 27 January 2021