The continents which take part.
The Olympic symbol of five interlocking rings represent the five continents - Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and The Americas.
Credit for this answer goes to Wayne Hewitt "While the Australian flag is indeed coloured red, white and blue, those colours are neither Australia's official colours (green and gold) nor its traditional heraldic colours (blue and gold). Green and gold has been used traditionally by Olympic and international sporting teams since 1899. They were officially proclaimed the Australian National Colours in 1984." "The colours originate from the golden wattle - the floral emblem of Australia. The green comes from the foliage and yellow from the flowers.
the Australia flag represents the british and the ancient australia
The union of America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia.
Green and gold are symbolic of Australia's national floral emblem, the wattle, as the wattle's colours are green and gold/yellow.
The national colours of Australia are green and gold.
Australia's national colours are green and gold. These colours was selected because they are the colours of Australia's national floral emblem, the Golden Wattle.
Red, white and black represent Maori.
One byte can represent 256 colours.
Australia's National colours are not blue and gold. Blue and gold are Australia's "heraldic colours", being the colours of the wreath in Australia's coat of arms. Further, blue and gold were selected as the colours of the ribbon of the Order of Australia in 1975. Australia's official National (and unofficial sporting) colours are Green and Gold, the colours of our national emblem, the Golden Wattle. These were established in a proclamation by Sir Ninian Stephen, the Governor-General of Australia on 19 April 1984.