The NT flag

NT flag colours and design

You may use an image of the NT flag for advertising or promotional purposes, but you first need to get approval from the Chief Minister. 

These images are protected by the Flag and Emblem Act. Read the law.

To get approval you can send an email to chief.minister@nt.gov.au or the director of Protocol NT at protocol.DCM@nt.gov.au.

The NT flag can only be reproduced in full colour and in a 2:1 ratio. 

You can't re-scale or manipulate the size of the flag in any way that changes its original dimensions. It should not be defaced by overprinting with words or illustrations.

Only the official colours of the NT flag can be used: black, white and red ochre (PMS 159) for any images or reproductions of the NT flag.

Download approved flag images .

Colour codes

Colour CMYK Pantone® RGB (HEX)
NT flag color - Red ochre  1 / 74 / 100 / 7 Pantone® 159 C #C75B12
NT flag color - Black  0 / 0 / 0 / 100 Pantone® Black C #000000

Correct design and colours

If you're using the flag image, you must use it in its entirety. It should not be defaced by overprinting with words or illustrations.

NT flag 

NT flag specifications

The NT flag consists of two main parts: 

  • the Southern Cross in the first and third quarters
  • and the stylised Desert Rose in the second and fourth quarters.

The stars on the black panel of the NT flag represent the five stars of the constellation of the Southern Cross. 

The points on the Southern Cross stars on the NT flag differ slightly to the Southern Cross stars on the Australian Flag.

Download NT flag specifications (470.5 kb).

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Last updated: 27 June 2017