Accreditation and Membership

We are accredited with the following organisations:

Australian Made Campaign

Founded 1983

We are privileged to be accredited by Australian Made Campaign Ltd (AMAG) to use the famous Australian Made logo for our licenced products. For over 35 years this most recognised and country of origin symbol has been used to communicate to consumers their Australian Made credentials.

Australian Flags is approved to use the symbol on the following products.

Flags.  Burgees. Banners. Bunting

The Flag Institute Trade Member

Australiana Flags as a trade member allows us to maintain contacts along with keeping up to date on the latest news, developments, and regulations. The Flag Institute as a registered body since 1971 is devoted to the study and promotion of flag and flag flying (vexillology).

We are members of a number of Australian and International Associations including:

The Flag Society of Australia (Flags Australia)

Founded 1983

The purpose of Flags Australia is to bring together individuals interested in researching, preserving, and publishing information on Australian and international flags – Vexillology. It is a not for profit incorporated association. The society is a member of International Federation of Vexillological Associations (FIAV).

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The Flag Institute

Founded 1971

The purpose of the Flag Institute is to advance public knowledge, understanding and use of flags – Vexillology. It advises the UK government and has a flag register. It is a member’s association, and UK- registered charity and is an authority on flags. The organisation is independent international, inclusive, and informed. The institute is a member of International Federation of Vexillological Associations (FIAV).

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Flag Day Australia

Founded 2020

The purpose of organisation Flags Day Australia gives the opportunity to reflect on the significant and importance of our flag. The organisation promotes Australian National Flag Day each year on 3rd September.

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Australian National Flag Association

Founded 1983

The purpose of the organisation is to communicate the importance and significance of the Australian National Flag. As a not-for-profit entity it provides educational resources, promotes the use of the Australian flag, and supports existing “fly the flag” programmes and encourages personal identity with the flag at all levels of the community.

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Institute of Managers and Leaders

Founded 1939

The Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand (IML ANZ) is a non-profit peak body association for management and leadership professionals. The purpose is to raise the national standard of management and leadership by helping professionals and organisations develop the key competencies that are required to lead well.

Australian Made Accreditation

We are proud to be accredited to use the Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) image on our products. This AMAG branding is a true mark of Australian authenticity it’s Australia’s most trusted, recognised and widely used country of origin symbol and is underpinned by a third- party accreditation system, which ensures products that carry the logo are certified as ‘genuinely Australian’.

AWTA Ltd (Australian Wool Testing Authority)

Founded 1957

The purpose of AWTA is to provide a bridge between the research and the commercial application of testing technology, by facilitating further research and development, sponsoring, and participating in practical trials, and developing and implementing relevant national and international standards, procedures, methods, and technology, providing major benefits to all segments of the wool industry in Australia and overseas. AWTA Ltd is the largest wool testing organisation in the world

Textile Recyclers Australia

Textile Recyclers Australia Pty Ltd Founded 2014

The purpose of TRA is to provide a service to reduce the need for textile fabric going into landfill in Australia by encompassing smarter, safer, cleaner, and greener innovations to assist businesses reduce their impact on the environment. By using second life upcycling solutions textiles are converted back into base fibre and then yarn into new textile fabric.

TRA are the nominated textiles recycler of raw materials to the University of New South Wales (UNSW) SMaRT Centre Green Ceramic program.