The Wizards of Aus - Netflix
Fed up with the Magical Realm's obsession with large-scale fantasy warfare, Jack the Wizard decides to migrate to the sanest place he can think of: Melbourne's Western suburbs. After accidentally causing Flinders Street Station to turn ever so slightly into a giant Fish monster, his existence (and that of his fellow magical immigrants) is revealed to the Australian public. Fearing a backlash against himself and his kind, Jack swears off using magic in a bid to better assimilate into human life. But of course, fitting in was never going to be easy when people tend to get a bit 'explode-y' whenever you sneeze...
Runtime: 11 minutes
The Wizards of Aus - National colours of Australia - Netflix
The national colours of Australia are green and gold. They were established by the Governor-General of Australia, Sir Ninian Stephen, on 19 April 1984 in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette; on advice from Prime Minister Bob Hawke. The gold colour represents the golden wattle (Acacia pycnantha), which is Australia's national flower. The uniforms of Australia's national sports teams are usually green and gold. The golden wattle flower, and the colours green and gold, are also featured on the Coat of arms of Australia. The Australian government states that, to be used correctly, the colours are placed side-by-side, with no other colour between them. The exact green and gold colours are specified as Pantone Matching System numbers 348C and 116C. The colours are always referred to as 'green and gold', respectively. Before 1984 three colour combinations unofficially represented Australia: red, white and blue, blue and gold, and green and gold. According to the Australian government, “green and gold have been popularly embraced as Australia’s national sporting colours” since the late 1800s. Nearly every current Australian national sports team wears them (although the hues and proportions of the colours may vary between teams and across eras). Australia's cricket team first wore the colours in 1899, in the form of the baggy green, the cap presented to Australian cricket players.
The Wizards of Aus - Sports teams - Netflix
Teams that wear the green and gold include: the Australia cricket team (one day cricket and Twenty20 cricket); the Australian Summer Olympics team; the Wallabies (rugby union); the Kangaroos (rugby league); the Jillaroos (rugby league); the Wallaroos (rugby union); the Diamonds (netball); the Socceroos (men's association football (soccer)); the Matildas (women's association football (soccer)); the Boomers (men's basketball); the Opals (women's basketball); the Kookaburras (men's field hockey); the Hockeyroos (women's field hockey); the Mighty Roos (ice hockey); the Volleyroos (men's volleyball); the Australia Davis Cup team (men's tennis); the Australia Fed Cup team (women's tennis); the Australian national touch football teams; the Australia national baseball team in the World Baseball Classic; the Sharks (men's field lacrosse); the Australia women's national lacrosse team (women's lacrosse); the Australia national indoor lacrosse team (box lacrosse); Team Australia on UFC The Smashes The Ultimate Fighter: The Smashes the Wizards of Aus Australian men's roller derby team The Australian Outback Gridiron Team The Australian Powerlifting team Since 1961, the Wallabies have worn a gold jersey with green lettering and trim; they changed from a primarily green jersey to avoid a colour clash with the Springboks of South Africa.
The Wizards of Aus - References - Netflix