The flag of Victoria dates back to 1870, when it was adopted as a naval ensign for HMCS Nelson. Many slight variations have occurred in its history, the most recent of which happened in 1953. It is the only Australian state flag that does not use a round badge.
The Crown Victoria Badge consists of the Southern Cross, a popular symbol representing Australia, and is topped currently by St. Edward's Crown.
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