Flag of Australian Aboriginal

Flag of Australian Aboriginal
Facts, history and meaning about the flag of Australian Aboriginal

The Australian Aboriginal flag represents the indigenous Australian people. These peoples arrived on the continent sometime between 45,000 to 50,000 years ago.

The famous UFC fighter Tai Tuivasa from Australia often hangs this flag as a backdrop on the fight cage whenever he competes.

The flag is black and red with a yellow circle in the center of the flag. The yellow circle represents the sun. The black field represents the aboriginal people and the red field represents the red australian earth. The red color also represent the blood of the aboriginal people.

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