Are your flags Australian Made?
The short answer is no. However the real question you should be asking is "What is Australian made?" The polyester used in the production of fabric is not made in Australia, not anywhere I can find anyway. This is the biggest misconception today claiming Australian made, it is a play with words. There are not many fabrics at all made in Australia and with all flags made today regardless of fabric type, the fabric has to imported and with flags comprising of over 99% fabric if would be extremely difficult, actually impossible to find an authentic Australian made flag.
Why do companies claim there flags are Australian made?
The reason for making these claims is to gain market share by misinforming customers with wording. Australian made flags are only printed and hemmed, or sewn in Australia, therefore there are no true Australian made flags anywhere in Australia. It is impossible to purchase an Australian made flag.
Are you an Australian company?
Absolutely. We are 100% Australian owned and operated by locals. We allocate as much of our net profit as possible for use in projects that benefit the Australian people, and we also spend our earnings back into the Australian economy.
I hear other flag companies using the wording “Lawful”. Are your flags lawful?
There is only one type of lawful flag, these flag are 100% cotton and stars and the union jack are sewn in, cotton thread is also used. Unless you are purchasing a flag that has these qualities you are purchasing a cheap flag.
Why would you sell flags that are not authentic and lawful?
To be able to claim these features the flag has to be 100% cotton and sewn together, not printed. Authentic flags are very expensive and don't possess the weathering properties as the cheaper flags on the market. We sell these cheaper style flags so everyone has the chance to fly The People's Flag. Our goal is for "We The People" to unite on the common goal of restoring our country to its former glory.
Where are your flags made?
Our flags are made in China. The reason for doing so allows us to support more causes to help benefit all the people in Australia. We are on a mission to unite "We The People".
What is an Australian made flag?
Honestly, you will find it virtually impossible to find an Australian made flag. Australia does not produce the polyester fabric used in today's flag, with over 99% of a flag being the fabric it is made of. To find a 100% Australian made flag that is also classified as a real flag, the flag would need the stars and union jack stitched on and the flag would need to be made of cotton. There are very few if any Australian textile mills left in our country that produce the cotton used in flags today and wherein lies the issue with claiming Australian made.