What does the the things on the Australia flag represents?
On the Australian flag you have the union jack on the left corner , and you have four white stars ,to mark the four corners, of a wast and almost empty Australia.
The importance of Australia is the blue around the stars, which represents the sea that surrounds Australia. The Australian flag also has light years that are the meanings for the stars and the Union Jack does not have a meaning to it. The Union Jack is the red part on the flag, the really big star in the corner. No the current flag has only an historic link to Australias previous Colonial status . It…
The Eureka Flag represents how the "downtrodden" in Australia could fight for their rights. It is the oldest flag in Australia, and symbolic in that it was designed by the people it represented, not some far-off government authority. The five stars on the Eureka flag represent the Southern Cross, which has always been symbolic for Australians, and the white cross joining the stars represents unity in defiance against unnecessary authority.