Eureka Flag screen printed on poly woven fabric
Screen printed Eureka Flag on poly woven fabric measuring 1800 x 1200 in correct ratio.
The design was first used as the war flag of the Eureka Rebellion (3 December 1854) at Ballarat in Victoria, Australia. A number of people swore allegiance to the flag as a symbol of defiance at its first flying at Bakery Hillon 29 November 1854. Over 30 miners were killed at the Eureka Stockade, along with six troopers and police. Some 125 miners were arrested and many others badly wounded.