Norfolk Island
Adopted 1979

Norfolk Island
Adopted 1979

Norfolk Island is the only external territory with its own official flag. The flag has three vertical panels (Pales). The outer two are deep green while the central panel is white with a deep green pine tree is a prominent feature of the Island’s flag. It was introduced by an Act of the Legislative Assembly of Norfolk Island in 1979 with assent being granted in January 1980. The administrator of the Island may authorise use of the flag by non- government bodies and individuals.

Designer Unknown at the time the flag was approved by the by the Norfolk Island Council

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