Australians don’t tend to fly flags at their homes as much as Americans do. You will see it on special occasions such as Australia Day or ANZAC Day although more often from a window or temporary flagpole. It seems more people would rather wear them than fly them. Dr Geeves, who is a local resident does have a flagpole and flies the Australian flag when he is at home rather like the Queen at her royal residences. If I don’t see it I know he is in Sydney visiting his children and grandchildren. Our local post office also has a flag pole.
The Scotland Cricket Team played a match against Tasmania at a suburban ground where spectators could park right next to the action. Obviously at least one of them was Scottish!
Australian flag before a Test Match at Bellerive Oval.
Flags like this were issued for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.
Old banner at the QVMAG in Launceston which is in the former railway workshops.
Protest banners in Hobart on various occasions.