The adaptation of high hydrogen content fuels for low emissions gas turbines represents a potential opportunity to reduce the carbon footprint of these devices. The high flame speed of hydrogen air mixtures combined with the small quenching distances poses a challenge for using these fuels in situations where a significant premixing is desired. In particular, flashback in either the core flow or along the walls (i.e., boundary layer flashback) can be exacerbated with high hydrogen content fuels. In this work, the ability of a flashback correlation previously developed for round jet flames is evaluated for its ability to predict flashback in an annular flow. As a first step, an annular flow is generated with a centerbody located at the centerline of the original round jet flame. Next, various levels of axial swirl is added to that annular flow. Additional flashback data are obtained for various mixtures of hydrogen and methane and hydrogen and carbon monoxide for all the annular flow configurations. Pressures from 3 to 8 bar are tested with mixture temperatures up to 750 K. Flashback is induced by slowly increasing the equivalence ratio. The results obtained show that the same form of the correlation developed for round jet flames can be used to correlate flashback behavior for the annular flow case with and without swirl despite the presence of the centerbody. Adjustments to some of the constants in the original model were made to obtain the best fit, but in general, the correlation is quite similar to that developed for the round jet flame. A significant difference with the annular flow configurations is the determination of the appropriate gradient at the wall, which in the present case is determined using a cold flow computational fluid dynamics simulation.