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City of Botany Bay (NSW, Australia)

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Last modified: 2021-09-25 by ian macdonald
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[City of Botany Bay] image by Jonathan Dixon, 14 Jan 2004

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Description of the Flag

The City of Botany Bay, formerly the Municipality of Botany, is located on the northern shores of Botany Bay just south east of central Sydney. It includes half of Sydney Airport.

The council flag consists of a light blue background, with the council logo in orange and white in the hoist. The logo includes a representation of a banksia flower (named after Sir Joseph Banks, botanist on the Endeavour, whose exploits in the area are responsible for the name). In the fly, the lower part of the logo is repeated 4 (possibly 5) times.

The image of the flag is made out of the logo on the council website I have seen the flag flying outside a council building in Eastlakes.
Jonathan Dixon, 14 January 2004

On 9 September 2016 the City of Botany Bay Council was amalgamated with the City of Rockdale Council to form the current Bayside Council. Since then the City of Botany Bay flags and other council symbols have been removed.
Jeff Thomson, 15 September 2021