Using the logo

The Anzac Centenary Logo is the symbol that recognises, identifies and commemorates one hundred years of Anzac. This Centenary marks not only one hundred years since the First World War, but also a century of service of men and women who have worn our nation’s uniform. 

The Logo has been designed to encapsulate the unique qualities that forged the spirit of Anzac and our national identity:

  • courage
  • mateship
  • ​sacrifice
  • generosity
  • freedom, and
  • a fair go for all.

Its design honours all of the men and women who have served in our nation’s armed forces over the past one hundred years. They have kept the Anzac spirit alive and ensured it is just as relevant to Australia today as it was during the First World War.

The Department of Veterans’ Affairs welcomes applications to use the logo for community events and for organisations participating in the Anzac Centenary. More information on use of the logo is available at the Logo Usage Guidelines. 

Before using the logo, organisations must seek permission, which can be sought by completing the Application to use the Anzac Centenary Logo.

Logo usage guidelines

Applying to use logo