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New South Wales Symbols
Transcript of New South Wales Symbols
The Platypus is the Funa emblem of New South Wales. The platypus is a furry creature, about 30cm - 38cm long, it has webbed feet and a large duck-like bill which it uses to gather its food from the bottom of rivers. The Platypus has represented Australia for more than 25 years in a row. The Platypus breeds near any type of river or pond. It takes 14-16 years till there adults.
The Capital Cite of Australia is Sydney. Sydney is one of the most vised places in the world all because of its attractions like Sydney Harbor Bride, Sydney Opera House, Parramatta Park and many more. Sydney was found by David Hurley in 1454.
The Waratah is the floral emblem of New South Wales, a large plant 10-12cm wide and comes in a variety of different colours such as red, pink, and blue. The flower grows in the bush. It has groups of tall stems as long as 15cm long which is very large for a plant. The Waratah also has more than 5,300 sill living here today. The Waratah was discovered by James Smith.
new south wales symbols
New South Wales Flag
The New South Wales flag has George's Cross which is the tiny circle with the lion and the 4 yellow stars. The George's Cross badge was adopted on 15 February 1876. Not everyone likes the flag because they don't think it covers every culture, since Australia is a multicultural country.
The coat of arms of Australia is the symbol of the Commonwealth of Australia and its Queen, currently Queen Elizabeth. The first coat of arms were created by King Edward V11 on 7 May 1908, and the current image by King George V on 19 September 1912. the 1908 image continued to be used in some different countries. Surprisingly appearing on the reverse side of the six penny coin from United States.
England George Cross
Australian George Cross
New South Wales Flag