Anzac Centenary

Anzac Centenary logo and word

This page has information on using the Anzac Centenary logo and use of the word 'Anzac'.

Anzac Centenary logo

The Australian Government have developed a logo for the Anzac Centenary. 

The Logo is a registered trade mark and permission to use it must be obtained from the Department of Veterans' Affairs. Use of the logo has strict guidelines and it is unable to be used for commercial purposes.

Any individual or organisation may apply to the Department of Veterans' Affairs to use the Anzac Centenary Logo for their events and initiatives if they believe it fits with the aims and the spirit of the Anzac Centenary commemorative program.

For further information or apply to use the logo go to the Anzac Centenary website.

Use of the word 'Anzac'

Did you know that the word 'Anzac' is protected by legislation?

In 1921, a regulation was put in place to protect the word 'Anzac' from inappropriate use. If you wish to use the word 'Anzac' for your event or activity, you must first seek approval.

For guidelines and further information on the protection of the word go to the Department of Veterans' Affairs website or contact the Commemorations Group, DVA on 1800 026 185

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Last updated: 04 February 2019

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