The Tasmanian Government has developed a Centenary of ANZAC logo that is the identifying symbol for the Tasmanian Centenary of ANZAC 2014-2018 Commemorative Program.
The logo that creates a unified visual symbol for Tasmanian Government agencies, ex-service organisations and community groups in Tasmania to use when promoting Centenary commemoration activities.
The Tasmanian Government encourages the community to use the branding for any non-commercial or non-profit purposes that commemorate the Centenary.
The Tasmanian Government has drafted a set of guidelines and application form for use of the Centenary of ANZAC Logo. These guidelines outline how the Tasmanian Centenary of ANZAC logo should be used to promote Centenary of ANZAC commemoration activities.
Did you know that the word ‘ANZAC’ is protected by legislation?
In 1921, Protection of Word ‘Anzac’ Regulations were put in place to protect the word from inappropriate use. It is an offence to use the word ‘Anzac’ in connection with any trade, business, private residence, boat, vehicle or charitable or other institution, or any building, without the authority of the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs.
Should you wish to use the word ‘Anzac’ in any venture, please first seek approval from the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs. Enquiries about this can be made by contacting the Commemorations and Anzac Centenary Branch of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs on 1800 026 185. Further information about this subject can be found on the Department of Veterans’ Affairs website.