Don’t miss a learning opportunity and take a leisurely stroll via the International Flag Display. The flags fly from two offset rows of flagpoles along the promenade between the High Court and the National Library on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin. The flags are flown continuously, 24 hours a day and lit at night, casting a vivid reflection on the Lake. Each flag pole has a plaque at its base identifying the nation whose flag is flying from that pole.
The display is arguably the largest in the world and very popular with visitors and locals alike.
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