The flag of South Australia (a state within Australia) comprises a Blue Ensign with the state's emblem, a piping shrike (magpie), positioned within a yellow circle on the fly side of the flag. The flag of South Australia was officially adopted by the government of South Australia on 13 January 1904. The ratio of the flag of South Australia is 1:2.
The flag's piping shrike emblem is believed to have been designed by Robert Craig, a teacher at the School of Arts in Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia.
When flown alongside the Australian national flag and the flags of the other five Australian states, the flag of South Australia is fifth in order of precedence (this is due to its position on the Commonwealth Coat of Arms).
The flag of South Australia flying