Northern Territory

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NORTHERN TERRITORY

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Official blazon
English blazon wanted


Origin/meaning

The arms show Aboriginal motifs. The female figure is derived from a sacred rock in Arnhem Land. The other symbols are simplified Churunga, or sacred map-like drawings, which have a special meaning to the owner.

The crest shows the wedge-tailed eagle, the territories' bird on an Aboriginal rock.

The red kangaroo is the territories' animal and the Sturts desert rose the official plant.

Coat of arms (crest) of Northern Territory

The arms on a 1986 coin

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Literature : Bruce, J.L. : Flags and emblems of Australia. Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst, 1996.