NAIDOC PERTH LOGO
The NAIDOC Perth Logo was created in 2008 by Helena Chestnut; the winner of an art competition. The snake surrounding the words “NAIDOC Perth” is significant in that it represents the Wagyl. The Balga Bush was included because it is significant and iconic to the Perth and surrounding areas. If you would like to use the NAIDOC Perth logo to promote your NAIDOC event, you will need to gain permission from the NAIDOC Perth Committee. To put in a request please email email@example.com.
NATIONAL NAIDOC LOGO
The National NAIDOC logo is available for public use to help you celebrate NAIDOC Week.
By using the logo, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions set out below under the Creative Commons License. In addition, the logo:
- must be used in its entirety, as supplied. An alternative version using the graphic and text elements is not to be produced.
- cannot be used for commercial purposes. Commercial purposes include use of the logo on any promotional material that is used to make a profit.
- must be attributed as 2017 National NAIDOC logo
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright © Commonwealth of Australia . National NAIDOC logo reproduced with permission of the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA).