What are the Australian state emblems?

Each of the states and territories in Australia has its own flora and fauna emblems, with several states or territories having more than one fauna emblem.

The floral emblem of New South Wales is the Waratah (Telopea speciosissima). The faunal emblems are the Platypus, and the avian emblem is the Kookaburra. The fish emblem is the Blue groper.

The floral emblem for Victoria is the Common Heath (Epacris impressa), sometimes referred to as Pink Heath. The faunal emblems are Leadbeaters Possum (animal) and the Helmeted Honeyeater (bird).

The floral emblem is the Tasmanian Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus). Tasmania does not have an official faunal emblem, but its unofficial animal emblems are the Tasmanian Devil and the Yellow Wattlebird.

The floral emblem for Queensland is the Cooktown Orchid (Vappodes phalaenopsis). The faunal emblems are the Koala and the Brolga. The aquatic emblem is the Barrier Reef Anemone Fish.

The floral emblem for Western Australia is the Red and Green Kangaroo Paw (Anigozanthus manglessii), while its faunal emblems are the Numbat and the Black swan.

The floral emblem of South Australia is Sturt's Desert Pea, (Swainsona formosa). The faunal emblems of South Australia are the Hairy nosed wombat for the animal, the Piping shrike for the bird emblem, and the Leafy sea dragon for the marine emblem.

The floral emblem of the Northern Territory is Sturt's Desert Rose (Gossypium sturtianum). The faunal emblem of the Northern Territory is the Red Kangaroo, and the bird is the Wedge Tailed Eagle.

The floral emblem of the Australia Capital territory is the Royal Bluebell (Wahlenbergia gloriosa) and they have just one animal emblem (or bird emblem) - the Gang Gang Cockatoo.