Last modified: 2005-06-25 by jonathan dixon
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Red over yellow bicolours are found on all patrolled Australian beaches. Swimmers are advised to swim between the flags, which is the area of the beach being watched by the lifesavers.
The Bondi Surf Club site also explains that a plain blue flag marks the
board riding area boundary, a plain red flag indicates no swimming, and a
flag quartered red and white indicates a shark alarm.
Jonathan Dixon, 21 Mar 2005