The flag of Queensland was adopted in 1870.
The Queensland flag is an adaptation of the national flag of Australia, and features the state badge on a white disc - the badge is a light blue Maltese Cross with an imperial crown centered.
Queensland Coat of Arms:
The Queensland coat of arms was granted by Queen Victoria in 1893, and is the oldest in Australia.
The coat of arms is composed of a Red Deer and Brolga supporting a shield divided into three sections. The top section of the shield displays the heads of a bull and ram, the left corner contains a sheaf of wheat, and the right corner features gold rising from a pile of quartz. Two stalks of sugarcane support the state badge, and the Crown of St. Edward rests above the shield.