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These are the protocols for flying the flag at half mast.

On the death of the Sovereign - from the time of announcement of the death up to and including the funeral.

On the death of a member of a royal family.

On the death of the Governor-General or a former Governor-General.

On the death of a distinguished Australian citizen.

Flags in any locality may be flown at half-staff on the death of a notable local citizen or on the day, or part of the day, of their funeral.

On the death of the head of state of Another Country with which Australia has diplomatic relations on the day of the funeral.

On ANZAC day the flag is flown half-mast until noon.

On Remembrance Day flags are flown at peak till 10:30 am, at half-mast from 10:30am to 11:03am.

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